The Wyoming Indian girls basketball team won 26 games en route to the 2A state championship and had 3 players earn all-state distinction. Angela Astorga and Sandie Friday averaged 12 points a game while Jaden Ferris threw in 10 points per game. This squad was ranked #1 in 2A in scoring and shooting. Plus, they were a very effective defensive team.

At the 2A state tournament, the Lady Chiefs dominated Southeast 56-19 as they outscored the Cyclones 22-0 in the 2nd quarter. Friday ended up leading the way with 20 points and Astorga chipped in 18. In the 2A semi-finals, The Lady Chiefs came up with another impressive win, this time over Moorcroft 51-24. Ferris and Friday had 10 each and the team shot 51% from the floor in the 2nd half.

In a much anticipated 2A final, Wyoming Indian battled Pine Bluffs. It wasn't easy but the Lady Chiefs prevailed 52-46 to retain the championship trophy. Astorga was terrific in that game with 20 points. Ferris added 14 and Friday 13.

Those big three for this team were all juniors so they should be the team to beat in 2020-21 as they'll look for that coveted 3-peat.

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