Wyoming High School Girls Basketball Rankings: Feb. 12, 2015
Things have settled down in the latest coaches/media rankings, but there are still some big games remaining in the last few weeks of the regular season.
The latest 4A poll shows no change, but Sheridan is now the unanimous #1. Gillette is comfortably at #2, followed by East, Natrona and Central. The top 2 teams host all the action this week, as the Cheyenne teams visit.
The 3A poll has no change from last week as well. Rawlins still has a huge lead on the #1 ranking, followed by Lovell, Powell, Douglas and Star Valley. The only games of interest this weekend, is a couple of 3A-2A inter-class matchups, with Lovell going to Tongue River, and Star Valley hosting Lyman.
The 2A rankings have one new addition, but the top 4 are unchanged. Southeast is the unanimous #1 and are the only undefeated team left in the state. The Lady Cyclones are followed by Burns, Lyman and Thermopolis. Pine Bluffs has to share the #5 ranking with Tongue River, who appears to have rebounded as of late. Burns has the difficult schedule this weekend. First they host PB on Friday, in a game which the Lady Hornets had the last time, until they collapsed late. Then on Saturday, it's a #2 vs. #1 rematch, when Burns visits Southeast.
1A hasn't changed much but a #1 vs. #2 battle is scheduled for Friday the 13th. The unanimous #1 Cokeville Lady Panthers got knocked off their undefeated perch last week, and #2 Little Snake River would like to pounce on the chance they have in Baggs. Upton remains #3, St. Stephens has moved up 1 spot to #4, and defending champ Lingle-Ft. Laramie drops to #5.
Disclaimer: The polls have no official say or use on post-season positioning, and are only to be used as a measuring stick on the regular season. Please don’t read too much into the rankings.