There are a couple of 3A regular season games that will play middle next week, and from what we're told, they will not have any impact on post-season matchups.

Here are the standings for games played up to and including May 11th.

Click here to see scores from May 6-10.

Click on the various teams to see their team page and schedules.

Teams get 3 points for a win, and 1 for a tie.

4A East: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Sheridan wins tie-breaker over East for #2 seed, due to allowing fewer goals in conference games...7-9.

Laramie 7-1-2, 23 points…11-1-2, 35 points

Sheridan 7-2-1, 22 points…11-2-1, 34 points

East 7-2-1, 22 points…10-2-1, 31 points

Gillette 4-6, 12 points…8-6, 24 points

Central 3-7, 9 points…6-7, 18 points

South 0-10, 0 points…3-12-1, 10 points

 

4A West: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Kelly Walsh wins tie-breaker over Natrona for #2 seed, due to allowing fewer goals in conference games...9-13.

Riverton wins tie-breaker over Rock Springs for #4 seed, because the Lady Wolverines won the first head-to-head game vs. the Lady Tigers, and the second game ended in a tie.

Green River 10-0, 30 points…16-0, 48 points

Kelly Walsh 7-3, 21 points…9-5, 27 points

Natrona 7-3, 21 points…7-7, 21 points

Riverton 2-7-1, 7 points…4-13-1, 13 points

Rock Springs 2-7-1, 7 points…3-8-1, 10 points

Evanston 1-9, 3 points…2-12-1, 7 points

 

3A Northeast: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Buffalo 4-0, 12 points…7-5, 21 points

Newcastle 1-2-1, 4 points…3-11-2, 11 points

Douglas 0-3-1, 1 points…2-11-1, 7 points

 

3A Southeast: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Lander 4-0, 12 points…14-1, 42 points

Torrington 2-2, 6 points…7-5-1, 22 points

Rawlins 0-4, 0 points…1-11, 3 points

 

3A Northwest: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for an explanation of how the 3-way tie was broken.

Worland 2-2, 6 points…9-6, 27 points

Cody 2-2, 6 points…8-8, 24 points

Powell 2-2, 6 points…6-10, 18 points

 

3A Southwest: (Conference Standings and points listed first, then Overall Standings and points)

Pinedale plays at Jackson on Tuesday, May 13th, but the outcome will not change anything with the standings.

Star Valley 3-0-1, 10 points…11-4-1, 34 points

Jackson 1-1-1, 4 points…6-6-1, 19 points

Pinedale 0-3, 0 points…4-8-1, 13 points

 

3A NW Tie-Breaker:

Before the weekend, we called the WHSAA to try to figure out how the 3-way would be broken, since Worland, Cody and Powell all split with each other.

Here's the explanation that we were given:

Any games played at the Worland tournament (April 11 and 12) are not used towards tie-breakers.

You check for common opponents that were played at the same place...meaning find an opponent that all the tied teams hosted or traveled to.

For Worland, Cody and Powell...there are 3 common opponents. All 3 hosted Jackson, all 3 played at Pinedale, and all 3 played at Star Valley.

Worland has a win home vs. Jackson...Cody and Powell don't.

Worland and Powell won at Pinedale...Cody didn't.

All 3 lost at Star Valley.

So Worland went 2-1 vs. common opponents, Powell went 1-2 and Cody went 0-3, thus the Lady Warriors get the #1 seed.

The tie-breaker procedure is restarted to break the tie between Cody and Powell.

There are 7 common opponents between the 2.

Both played Jackson, Star Valley, and Pinedale twice and both played at Lander.

Cody went 2-5 (lost both vs. Jackson, split with SV, split with Pinedale, lost at Lander), whereas Powell went 1-6 (lost both vs. Jackson, lost both vs. SV, split with Pinedale, lost at Lander).

Cody's home win vs. Star Valley at the beginning of the season would pay off, for the #2 seed.

All 3 teams had Buffalo on their schedule, but Worland and Powell play the Lady Bison at home, and Cody played at Buffalo.

The common opponent tie-breaker states all tied teams must play the same common opponent at home, or all visit the common opponent.

Buffalo does not factor into the tie-breaker.