STATE SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams had to settle for runner up finishes.

Cheyenne Central was awarded a penalty kick in the first half against the Lady Broncs, that goal would hold up and Central would win the state title 1-0.

After the loss Head coach Tom Racette. And he says even though they were second the season was one of the best in the program's history.

The Lady Broncs finished the season with a school record 16 wins.

The boys title game between the Broncs and Kelly Walsh went to a shootout after they played a scoreless overtime tie.

The Trojans ended up winning on penalty kicks 5-4 Broncs Head coach Kevin Riser says it was a shame the outcome came down to penalty kicks. And it's was tough to talk with the team after such and emotional loss.

STATE TRACK AND FIELD - State track also wrapped up Saturday the Lady Broncs finished 11th, the Broncs were 9th.

The Arvada/Clearmont girls were 12th in 1-A, NSI was 17th in 1-A and in the 2-A meet the Tongue River girls finished 8th, Big horn was 12th and for the boys the Rams were 8th and the Eagles were 14th.

Sheridan county did have two state champions crowned for the Sheridan Broncs Aspen Frey won the 4-A high jump with a leap of 6'4 and Big Horn's Matt Wigglesworth was the state 2-A champ in the 300 meter hurdles.

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 6-0 after sweeping a double header with miles city yesterday they took the first game 3-1 and the second game 9-4.

Lucas Giesey and Drew Adriaens got the victories in good pitching performances and the Troop's bats came through with some big hits as well.

Head coach Ben Phillips said it was another good day for the Troopers.

Giesey was solid on the mound again for the Troops as he had to work out of a couple of jam and Cole Gustufson came through with a 2-run single to push them through in the first game.

The Troops jumped on Miles City for 5 runs in the first inning and never looked back in posting their 6th win of the year in the second game.

Coming up June 6th -8th the Troopers will host their youth baseball camp at Thorne-Rider stadium.

The camp is open to all kids ages 7-15 registration forms are available at the Sheridan Recreation district.

ROCKIES - The Colorado Rockies were swept at home by the Seattle Mariners over the weekend. The Rockies open a series this evening at the Miami Marlins.

We will have the game live for you on Sports/Talk 87.7 FM broadcast time is at 4:30.

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