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In overtime of Tuesday night's soccer match between the Sheridan Broncs and the Buffalo Bison this header by Sheridan's Jake Moore gets past Buffalo's goalie Neil Medders for what looked like a proper score to many. However Jake was called for reckless play and was given a yellow card. The goal was revoked and the game eventually ended in a 2-2 tie - thus preserving Buffalo's unbeaten season.

The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution at Monday's meeting that will change (make) parking along the north side of 4th Street diagonal to alleviate parking congestion for some of the nearby restaurants.

The count down is underway on the far left as Kay Roush in her red Ambassador jacket; Bruce Pryde, Parks Advisory Committee; Mayor Dave Kinskey; Jason Baker, City Project Manager; Ambassador Rod Trahan stand behind RENEW's ribbon cutter Jeff Mock.

With less than 8-minutes to go in a windy and hard fought battle Sheridan's Senior Hunter Reece would not be denied as he drove toward the goal and kicked the ball past Buffalo's Junior Neil Medders for the first score of the game. It was not quite enough as Buffalo responded in kind with less than 3-minutes to go in the game. It was tied at one all at the end of 80-minutes.

Sheridan Senior Macey Reid appears to want to go north while Buffalo Freshman Bre Hepp wants to go south, with the ball lodged between them, in the early game of a double header between Sheridan and Buffalo on Scott Field Tuesday. It was the unbeaten, 8 & 0, Lady Broncs taking on the, 3 & 2, Lady Bison.

Recently three Sheridan Bronc wrestlers were among the 29 Wyoming High School wrestlers who competed at the National High School Coaches Association National Championship Tournament in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Each wrestler eyed winning All-American status and four from Wyoming did including Sheridan's 195 lb Sophomore Cody Delk, 16, who came away with a 5th Place All-American status.

Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Spring is popping out all over - even the pear blossoms. Now if the temperatures don't drop too far below the freezing mark this blossom may produce a pear for actual consumption later in the summer. Tuesday night the Sheridan area can expect clear skies and a low of 27.

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