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SHERIDAN — The Lady Broncs have positioned themselves well for a postseason run after a win Monday night in Casper.
Sheridan beat Cheyenne South 4-1, bouncing back from a tough weekend against Cheyenne East and Central in which they dropped two games without scoring a goal.
“It was good to have the kids just relax and play and feel what it was like to win,” head coach Tom Racette said.
Robbi Ryan got things started for Sheridan on a windy night in Casper, giving the Lady Broncs a 1-0 lead Monday.
The teams met in Casper after their originally scheduled game April 20 was snowed out. South evened things up 1-1 with a penalty kick, but Megan Songer scored just before half to regain Sheridan’s lead.
Ryan and Maddy McClure each scored in the second half to seal the win for Sheridan.
Both the Broncs and Lady Broncs play in Gillette Friday night to close their regular seasons. The Broncs go first at 4 p.m., and the girls play at 6 p.m.
A win or a tie Friday would grant a first-round home regional tournament game against Gillette for the SHS girls.
The Gillette girls also played a make-up against South Monday in Casper, winning 4-0.
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