Warriors Basketball Remain In Top 5 | Big Horn Basin Media

Warriors Basketball Remain In Top 5

Written by on January 12, 2023

The Worland Warrior Basketball team is 7 games into their season.

Let’s take a look at where they are at so far.

With a 4-3 record a 4th of the way through the season with wins against Rock Springs, Rawlins, Pinedale, and Mountain View.

Loses to St Thomas More (Rapid City, SD), Scottsbluff NE, and Cody.

The current landscape of Wyoming 3A Boys Basketball.

3A Northwest

Powell 3-2

Worland 4-3

Lovell 3-4

Thermopolis 3-5

3A Southwest 

Lander 4-2

Pinedale 6-4

Lyman 5-4

Mountain View 2-9

3A Northeast

Glenrock 2-3/1-0

Buffalo 4-4

Newcastle 0-5

Moorcroft 1-5/0-1

3A Southeast

Douglas 10-1

Torrington 3-5

Wheatland 3-9

Rawlins 1-8

In the Wyoming 3A WyoPrep Coaches & Media Boys Basketball Poll, the Warriors dropped 1 spot from last week and are 3rd this week.

Boys BB Poll 5-23

From the Twitter account of WyoPerdicts, @PredictsWyo the Warriors moved up to number 3 in Wyoming 3A Boys’ Basketball

This weekend the Warriors will be at the Big Horn Shootout.

The tournament is 12 teams from 1A, 2A, and 3A in Wyoming.

At Powell High School:

Pool A

Powell, Greybull, and Burlington

Pool B 

Thermopolis, Wyoming Indian, and Lander

At Rocky Mountain High School:

Pool A

Rocky Mountain, Glenrock, and Worland

Pool B

Lovell, Riverside, and Wind River

Worland will play Glenrock at 4:30 pm on Friday, and Rocky Mountain at 7:30 pm later that night, both games are at Rocky Mountain.

This season the Warriors have the 8th-ranked scoring offense averaging 53.3 points per game.

Worland is 6th in shooting percentage at 40.9% from the field.

Defensively the Warriors are ranked 6th allowing an average of 51 points per game.

Worland is 13th in rebounds per game with 23.4.

Senior Carter Clark is 9th in the Western Conference in scoring averaging 12.9 points per game.

Senior Kade Weber is 8th in the West in assists averaging 2.3 per game.

Senior Brock Douzenis is 9th in the West in steals averaging 2 per game, 2nd in 3 point % averaging 48%

Senior Landen Gilmore leads the State of Wyoming 3A Basketball in blocked shots averaging 1.6 per game.

The Warriors as a team are led by Clark with 90 points on the season, followed by Dozenis with 81 averaging 11.6 per game.

Both Weber and Senior Court Gonsalez average 11.3 points per game.

Douzenis has 36 rebounds this season averaging 5.1 per game, followed by Clark with 26. Weber and Gonsalez each have 26.

Weber leads the team in assists with 16, with Clark and Douzenis each with 13.

Douzenis also leads the team in steals with 14, and Clark with 13.

Carter Clark leads the team in free throws making 28 of 42 for 67% followed by Weber who is 19 for 32 at 59%

Listen to our interview with Senior Kade Weber about the season and the upcoming Big Horn Shootout.











[There are no radio stations in the database]