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Morning Sports: July 10, 2024

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Sheridan WYO Rodeo: Tonight is the first performance of the 4-day Sheridan WYO Rodeo, but the actual competition has been going on since Monday.

Last night was some of the slack round of barrel racing.

Dona Rule from Minco, Oklahoma was the fastest.

Her time was 17.32 seconds.

More slack round events will take place this morning.

At 8 o’clock it’s team roping, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and women’s breakaway roping.

At 7pm it’s the Indian Relay Races, which will be followed by the 1st rodeo performance.

Some of the big names and locals that are scheduled to compete tonight include Jacob Lees, who is currently #8 in the bareback riding world standings, along with Ethan Mazurenko of Kaycee who is ranked #33.

In the saddle bronc riding, 7 of the top 14 in the world standings are scheduled to ride tonight.

By saying scheduled, that’s not a guarantee that they’ll be there.

Scheduled tonight is Sage Newman who is #3 in the world standings, Brody Cress of Hillsdale, Wyoming who is ranked #10, and 4-time world champion, and the current 2-time defending world champion, and Sheridan College alumnus Zeke Thurston.

Results will be posted at as we get them.

Sheridan Troopers Baseball: The Sheridan Troopers won both ends of a double-header at home yesterday afternoon vs. Cody.

In Game 1, the team jumped out to a 5-zip lead in the first inning, then they blinked and found themselves trailing 15-7, before hanging up a 10-spot in the bottom of the 6th, to win 17-15.

Avon Barney and Lathe Brown each had 4 RBI’s.

In the second game, things settled down some and Sheridan would win comfortably 8-1.

Coach Austin Cowen says both the Troopers and Cody played 2 different games and he’s pleased with the way his team adjusted.

Video highlights of yesterday’s double-header will be posted later today.

Another home double-header is on the schedule tomorrow and this time it’s conference business, as the Cheyenne Hawks pay a visit.

First pitch is scheduled for 2pm.

Colorado Rockies Baseball: The Colorado Rockies were doubled up last night at Cincinnati 12-6.

Brenton Doyle hit 2 solo home runs and Michael Toglia had a 2-run blast of his own, but the pitchers for the Rocks gave up 4 long balls which accounted for 7 runs.

Game 3 of the 4-game series is scheduled for today at 5:10pm.

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