Playoff Implications for Saturdays Match VS LCCC
Oct 12, 2017

The Generals head into their last conference game against Laramie County Community College at home on Maier Field October 14th at 1pm. Earlier this season the game ended as a tie after double overtime, but the Generals will be looking to secure a win Saturday to finish second in the standings. LCCC needs a win to move up the standings in the conference and to avoid having to travel for the first round of playoffs. The Generals go into the game missing starting keeper Easton Hartman, but Tyler Ring will step in for him having deputized a couple times this season already. A win would mean the Generals would finish the regular season undefeated at home and host the first round of playoffs; making program history.

The Generals will be honoring second year sophomores (Jakob Kottke, Matt Bebo, Jacob Martindale, Matt Gilbert, and Titus Nickson) during the game for all their hard work, and leadership in helping the team to such a successful season after missing out on playoffs last year.

The Renew program will also be honored and will have a booth set up explaining the great work they do in the community for people with disabilities helping them with employment in and around Sheridan.

The Generals aim to make program history Saturday, with a win, which would give them the most wins in a season in program history, going undefeated at home, and hosting the first round of playoffs. The players have stressed all week that they aren?t satisfied with the success so far but are hungry to achieve more. We will see how far this young group, led by a small group of sophomores, can take this season as the potential for even greater program history can be made. Come out and help us send our sophomore class out in style for their last conference home game of the season.