2A Boys Basketball All-State Team

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Toledo’s Conner Marchant won the highest honor in Boys basketball as Player of the Year.  The Boomers Head Coach Eddie Townsend won Coach of the Year. Western Christian’s Payton Richardson and Alex Nicoli added to their accolades with first-team honors.  Kennedy’s Luke Hall capped a great Senior year with a Second…

Waiting For The Next Jump

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SHERIDAN, Ore.—“Just kind of taking a-day at the time, just keeping my ears open  and my eyes open.  I’ll be devasted, it’ll really hurt.  I am prepared.  I am prepared if it comes down to that,” Kaden Eggers said Monday afternoon. It was a picture-perfect Monday afternoon.  The sun was blazing…

Sheridan Rallies, Holds Off Santiam In Regular Season Finale

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com MILL CITY, Ore.— For two teams that could easily play each other here in a few days in the Tri-River Conference League Playoffs, Thursday night could be a warm-up for what is possibly to come ahead. Sheridan hasn’t had the easiest stretch to close out the regular season, having to play…

Sheridan’s Fourth Quarter Seals Win Over Blanchet

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com PORTLAND, Ore.–  Blanchet’s James Moore said that once they figure it out, they’ll be a tough team to beat. The Cavaliers had already proved they were going to be a tough out anyway in Sheridan’s 70-54 win Saturday night at Riverdale High School, leading as much as 11-6 after one before…

Dearth Rallies For Scio Holiday Tournament Win

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SCIO, Ore.–  Reilley Dearth really brought it to Earth Saturday at the Scio Holiday Classic. The Sheridan 220-pound grappler found himself down 8-0 late in the first round against Nestucca’s Issac Barnes of the 220-pound tournament championship. Slowly but surely though, that weird saying about wrestling of ‘it’s not over until…

Embracing the Journey

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SHERIDAN, Ore.– Every coaches worse nightmare occurred for Sheridan Boys Basketball with them peaking early. Yes the Spartans qualified for the Round of the 16 for the first time since 2012, but Sheridan didn’t win a game in the month of February. Granted, they played the 2A Champions in Western Christian,…

TRL Volleyball Honors

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Kennedy’s Sophia Carley recieved Tri-River League Honors while Laura Beyer recieved Coach of the Year for a Trojan squad that went 16-0 in league and are 29-1 overall entering the 2A State Playoffs. Here is the complete list: Player of the Year:  Sophia Carley, Kennedy Coach of the Year:Laura Beyer, Kennedy…

Sheridan JV Drops Tough Season Finale

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SHERIDAN, Ore.–  It wasn’t how they wanted to end their season, but with two subs to their name they battled through the adversity the best to their abilities. The Sheridan JV football team had their chances during the first half offensively to do some damage, but fumbles had hurt promising drives…

Week 7 Predictions

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com Last Week: 6-3 Season Total: 51-25 With Homecoming this week for a few schools like Dallas, West Salem and South Salem, those teams will be looking for wins while their opponents will be looking to spoil the Homecoming fun this week. Here are my picks: 6A: West Salem over Mt. View…

Delphian Picks Up Fifth-Straight Sweep In Win Over Sheridan

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SHERIDAN, Ore.–  The Delphian Dragons have been on an tear in their last six games after their 25-19, 25-23, 25-21 sweep of cross-town opponent Sheridan Tuesday night. After their five-set win over Gaston back on September 30, Delphian has won 15 straight sets and five league games since that game at…

Sheridan Drops Tough Season Opener To Monroe

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com MONROE, Ore.–  It’s a daughting task facing a team at the caliber of Monroe.  One mistake could cost you on the other end. In their 44-16 win over Sheridan, the Dragons did just that in taking advantage of the Spartans miscues. “It’s always good to capitalize on turnovers, capitalize on mistakes. …

No Pressure Entering 2019

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SHERIDAN, Ore.– DeAndre Broxterman had a tough way to end his sophomore season for the Sheridan Football team as the six-foot, 180-pound lineman left the Spartans Quarterfinal game against eventual 2A State Champions Kennedy with a knee injury in 2018. It was at the tail end of one of those great…