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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

The flags at the Police and Sheriff's Department as well as many others around Sheridan were at half staff on Tuesday as a reminder for all Americans of the service of our safety officers who work on a daily basis protecting our citizens, enforcing our laws and keeping our neighborhoods safe.

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.

At precisely 11:00 am Saturday Ashley Daniels raised the shutter to officially open the Kendrick Park Ice Cream Stand for the 2012 season. Junior High School 6th grader Thomas Detmer was first in line and ordered the huge lemon meringue cone you see on the right. Inside helping Ashley on opening day was Presley Legerski. Judging from the early turnout the stand is off to a great start.

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.

Tania Grosch, Doug Williams, Larry Davis, Jeannie Ellinger, A.J. Steven and coach Margaret Bolin. Sheridan's RENEW team won the division one basketball championship at this year's Special Olympics Summer Games at the University of Wyoming in Laramie.

Basketball is over, but track and field events continue this afternoon and conclude tomorrow/Saturday. (Photo By Ace Young)

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