Behind the pitching of Trevor Stowe and hitting of Michael Greer, Sheridan beat Evanston 15-5 on Friday at the ‘AA’ State Baseball Tournament in Rock Springs.

Greer went 5-5 with four singles and a 2-run home run. He drove in four runs. Greer’s dinger came in the seventh.

Stowe went five innings for the victory on the mound. He allowed three runs on eight hits with one walk and five strikeouts. Stowe added two hits, which included a two-run home run in the sixth.

Both teams scored twice in the first inning. Sheridan took the lead for good with three runs in the second. They had four hits and took advantage of an error by Evanston. Greer’s two-run single gave the Troopers the lead, 4-2. Ayden Roush added an RBI-double.

Sheridan (39-20) scored in every inning but the third. After the 2-2 deadlock, the Troopers scored six unanswered for an 8-2 lead. A five-run sixth was highlighted by Stowe’s long ball. Evanston stayed away from the mercy rule with a run in the sixth on two errors by Sheridan.

Roush and Caden Steel added two hits and two RBI’s apiece.

WyoPreps' David Settle spoke to Stowe and Troopers' manager Ben Phillips after the victory in the video above.

Evanston (28-22) was led by Clayton Moyles with three hits and two RBI’s. The Outlaws season came to an end the loss.

Sheridan advances to Day 4 on Saturday but as of storytime, their opponent was not known. They will play at either 4 or 7 p.m.

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