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Worland Warriors Steam Rolling the Competition, Remain Top Seed in 3A

Written by on February 19, 2020

AS THE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SEASON STARTS TO WIND DOWN TEAMS HAVE SEPARATED THEMSELVES AND IT SHOWS IN THE LATEST WYOPREPS.COM COACHES AND MEDIA BOYS BASKETBALL POLL.

IN THE LATEST EDITION CHEYENNE CENTRAL, WORLAND, WYOMING INDIAN AND UPTON REMAIN THE NUMBER 1 SEEDS.

BEGINNING IN CLASS 3A WITH WORLAND. IT’S BEEN AN IMPRESSIVE YEAR FOR WARRIOR BASKETBALL. ONCE AGAIN THEY ARE A UNANIMOUS PICK FOR THE NUMBER 1 SPOT IN CLASS 3A. THEY ARE UNDEFEATED ON THE SEASON WINNING 20 GAMES AND ARE THE ONLY UNDEFEATED TEAM IN WYOMING, BOYS OR GIRLS. WITH JUST TWO GAMES TO GO THIS SEASON THEY HAVE THEIR EYES SET FOR THE TOP SEED AT THE REGIONAL TOURNAMENT. LANDER HOLDS ON TO THE SECOND SPOT FOLLOWED BY WHEATLAND AND MOUNTAIN VIEW AT THREE AND FOUR. AND THE BUFFALO BISON RETURN TO THE TOP FIVE AT NUMBER 5.

IN CLASS 4A, CHEYENNE CENTRAL ONCE AGAIN SIT ATOP THE RANKINGS WITH CHEYENNE EAST NUMBER 2. SHERIDAN REAMINS NUMBER 3 FOLLOWED BY THUNDER BASIN. STAR VALLEY MAKES THEIR DEBUT IN THE RANKINGS AT NUMBER 5.

IN CLASS 2A, WYOMING INDIAN AGAIN SITS AT THE TOP FOLLOWED BY ROCKY MOUNTAIN AND PINE BLUFFS AT TWO AND THREE. SUNDANCE MOVES UP TO FOUR WITH BIG HORN DROPPING TO FIVE.

AND IN CLASS 1A, UPTON AND ENCAMPMENT ARE THE TOP TWO TEAMS FOLLOWED BY ST. STEPHENS THIRD. SARATOGA FALLS TO FOURTH WITH LINGLE-FT. LARAMIE FIVE.


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