The Big Horn Boys Basketball team, completed an undefeated, 28-0 season, by beating 2-time defending state champ, Wyoming Indian, 74-58, in the Class 2A Boys State Championship Game.

For Big Horn, Brandon Metzger had a double-double, scoring 15 points, and pulling in 15 rebounds. Michael Klepperich also scored 15 points for the Rams.

John Soundingsides led WIHS (23-7), with 20 points, and Jayson Ferris contributed with 13.

The Chiefs had been averaging about 75 points per game, but had a lot of trouble dealing with Big Horn's defense. WIHS got out rebounded 58-36, and was only 2 of 19 on 3-point tries.

For Big Horn, it's the school's 2nd ever boys basketball state title, with the other one coming in 1986.

Little Snake River 79 St. Stephens 61

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Daniel Wille scored 26 points and Sean Rietveld contributed 15 points and 12 rebounds in leading Snake River past St. Stephens 79-61 for the Class 1A boys championship Saturday.

Wille, a junior guard, hit four 3-pointers and 8 of 10 foul shots. He also had eight rebounds.

Miles Englehart added 16 points, and Conner Lee 11. Rex Stanley pulled down 11 rebounds for the Rattlers.

The Rattlers end the season with a 27-1 record and their first state title since 2000. They placed third in 2010.

Lorenzo Roman paced St. Stephens with 17 points and 18 rebounds, while Jay Brown added 21 points and four steals. Cole Littleshield had 11 points.

St. Stephens closes out the season with a 21-6 record. The Eagles also were runners-up last year.

Lovell 60 Burns 56

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Alyssa Geiser scored 18 points and Karen Koritnik added 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Lovell held on to beat Burns 60-56 for the Class 2A girls title on Saturday.

It is Lovell's first state title since 2000, and the Bulldogs finished the season with a 24-3 record.

Geiser, a 5-foot-2 junior, also had five steals.

Jodi Walker added 10 points for Lovell.

Lovell dominated the boards behind Koritnik, a 5-9 senior, outrebounding the Broncs 39-28.

Alex Ward led Burns with 31 points after averaging 14.1 points a game entering the tournament. The senior was 9 of 17 from the field, including five 3-pointers. She also sank all 8 of her free-throw attempts.

Michelle Bastian contributed 15 points and eight rebounds for Burns, which ends the season with a 21-6 record.

Cokeville 50 Kaycee 40

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Olivia Teichert scored 22 points and recorded four steals in leading Cokeville over Kaycee 50-40 for the state Class 1A girls championship Saturday.

The 5-foot-3 Teichert shot 7 of 9 from the field and made all 5 of her free throws for Cokeville. The senior also had four rebounds.

No other player scored in double figures for the Panthers. Tessa Teichert had 9 points, and Holly Grandy 7.

Cokeville closes out the season with a 19-8 record.

Kaycee, which finishes at 23-5 on the year, was led by Chelsea Jones' 11 points. Megan Lund and Chelsea Ullery each had 10. Lund and Kendi Fauber also pulled down 10 rebounds apiece.

However, Kaycee committed 22 turnovers, which Cokeville converted into 21 points. Cokeville committed 14 turnovers, which led to just 6 points for Kaycee.