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During the last quarter of the 20th Century this "Bronc Bus" transported Sheridan High School's finest.

In Saturday's high noon showdown in the Regional Soccer Championship game between the Sheridan Broncs and the Cheyenne Central Indians it was all Sheridan 3 to 0. It was almost a foursome of goals scored by Sheridan starting on the left with Riley Ryan's first half goal, then came his second, the post head injury goal, near the 26:30 mark of the second half.

The Sheridan Broncs dominated the high noon Saturday showdown trouncing the Cheyenne Central Indians 3 to 0 to capture the "Championship" of the East Regional Soccer Tournament.

The conference champion Sheridan Broncs pose under the new "Bronc Head Logo" of the scoreboard before taking the field in the East Regional Soccer Tournament on Homer Scott Field @ Sheridan High School. The #1 ranked Broncs took on and beat the #5 ranked Cheyenne East Thunderbirds 3 to 0 in the late game Friday evening.

In the early game Friday at the East Regional Soccer Tournament being held on Homer Scott Field @ Sheridan High School, Central's Junior Coltan Allen drills this ball past Laramie's goalie for their second score of the game at the 6:50 mark of the second half to lead 2 to 0 at that point. East would come back to score but it was Central 2 to 1 at the end.

The Sheridan Bronc golf team racked up their 31st consecutive victory at the Sheridan E. R. "Scoop" Shovlain Invitational at the Kendrick Municipal Golf Course on Tuesday.

After trading goals in the last 11 minutes of play it came down to this last 30-second kick by Sheridan's Senior Hartley Stewart to seal the deal and cap off a 12-1-2 regular season for the Lady Broncs. The Lady Broncs downed the Lady Camels 2 to 1 in a scoreless game until the last 11-minutes that was filled with fireworks.

In the last regular season soccer game the #1 ranked Sheridan Broncs got on the scoreboard first with this kick by Senior Hunter Reece, on his 18th birthday, into the back of the net near the 27:30 mark of the first half on Friday afternoon. In addition to being the last game on Scott Field for the 15 Bronc Seniors it was also Senior night.

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