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Morning Sports: May 2, 2024

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Sheridan County HS Track and Field: Big Horn and Tongue River held a dual track meet yesterday with a limited number of events.

Athletes ran relay races only, and the throwers competed in the shot put and discus.

The jumping events were canceled due to the weather.

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The Big Horn boys are the defending 2A State Champs and Coach Kirk McLaughlin says the Rams have the numbers and experience to repeat, which is usually a helpful combination for the smaller schools.

What’s also helping their cause is Gavin Stafford who is arguably the fastest in the state in the 100 meter dash and he’s a pretty good long jumper as well.

BH and TR are next scheduled to compete tomorrow at Gillette.

Sheridan is scheduled to compete today at Cody, while Arvada-Clearmont will compete tomorrow at Kaycee.

Sheridan HS Soccer: Both Sheridan High School teams play tomorrow at Thunder Basin to close out the regular season.

The boys have already secured the #2 seed for next weekend’s 4A East Regional Tournament.

The girls are still jockeying for position and can get as high as #3.

Sheridan Troopers Legion Baseball: The Sheridan Troopers will play 3 games this weekend at home vs. the 406 Flyers out of Billings.

The teams will play 2 on Saturday beginning at 10am and 1 more on Sunday starting at 11am.

Colorado Rockies Baseball: The Colorado Rockies lost yet again as they would drop a 4-1 contest at Miami last night, to fall to 7-23 on the season.

The Rocks will try to avoid the 3-game sweep.

First pitch for today’s game is scheduled for 10:10am.

After today, Colorado will start a 3-game series at Pittsburgh tomorrow.

NBA Playoffs: Last night Boston would advance to the second round by obliterating Miami 118-84, and win that series 4-1.

The Celtics are now waiting for the winner of the series between Cleveland and Orlando.

Dallas picked up a 123-93 road win at the LA Clippers, to go up 3-2 in their series.

NHL Playoffs: Last night Dallas won at home vs. Las Vegas 3-2, to take a 3-2 lead in their series, while Edmonton would eliminate the LA Kings for the third straight year, winning 4-3 and winning the series 4-1.

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