The Wyoming Coaches Association released the list of all-state volleyball players for the four classifications in the 2021 season.

Recognition for all-state honors in volleyball is voted on by the head coaches. Special awards, like the player of the year, coach of the year, or defensive player of the year were not announced.

Congratulations to Laramie’s Alexis Stucky and Lander’s Demi Stauffenberg, who receive all-state for all four years of the high school volleyball career.

There are four three-time honorees on this year’s list.

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Here’s who the coaches thought were the best in Wyoming: (Players are listed by the school name first, and then alphabetically by their last name)

CLASS 4A:

Elysiana Fonseca – Cheyenne East (All-State in 2020)

Boden Liljedahl – Cheyenne East (All-State in 2020)

Peyton Carruth – Kelly Walsh (All-State in 2020)

Cydney Eskew – Kelly Walsh

Abi Milby – Kelly Walsh (All-State in 2020)

Anna Gatlin – Laramie (All-State in 2020)

Alexis Stucky – Laramie (4-times All-State! 2018-2021)

Maddy Stucky – Laramie (All-State in 2020)

Taylor Tyser – Laramie

Megan Hagar – Natrona County (All-State in 2020)

Alesha Lane – Natrona County

Erin Weibel – Natrona County

Emily Taucher – Rock Springs

Mia Hutchinson – Star Valley

Joelie Spelts – Thunder Basin (All-State in 2020)

Ellie Thomas – Thunder Basin

CLASS 3A:

Tessa Taylor – Buffalo

Emma Norris – Burns

Rylee Ward – Burns

Allie Olsen – Douglas

Olivia Nielson – Kemmerer

Emma Goetz – Lander

Demi Stauffenberg – Lander (4-times All-State! 2018-2021)

Sage Bradshaw – Lyman

Kendyll Dickerson – Lyman

Brice Hansen – Lyman (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

Kaycee Bugas – Mountain View (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

Kamri Hutchings – Mountain View (All-State in 2020)

Ashlee Tims – Mountain View

Roxanne Rogers – Pinedale

Addy Thorington – Powell

Jesse Jerome – Rawlins

CLASS 2A:

Emme Mullinax – Big Horn

Emma Prior – Big Horn

Saydee Zimmer – Big Horn (All-State in 2020)

Jocie Banks – Big Piney

Skylar Hartford – Glenrock

Adelaide Williams – Glenrock (All-State in 2020)

Camlyn Connally – Moorcroft

Char Cranston – Moorcroft (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

Jaden Shelit – Pine Bluffs (All-State in 2020)

Braelyn Kozisek – Riverside

Caroline Schlattmann – Riverside (All-State in 2020)

Vaidyn VanderPloeg – Riverside (All-State in 2020)

Josey Steed – Rocky Mountain

Tyrianna Holloman – Sundance (All-State in 2020)

Cana McInerney – Sundance (All-State in 2020)

Carleigh Reish – Tongue River (All-State in 2020)

CLASS 1A:

Emmie Barnes – Cokeville

Kylee Dayton – Cokeville

Michea Peterson – Cokeville

Tyra Thoren – Farson-Eden

McKenna Kromarek – Hulett

Bindi Hill – Kaycee (All-State in 2020)

Sierra Kilts – Kaycee (All-State in 2020)

Baylee Skinner – Lingle-Ft. Laramie

Katelynn Englehart – Little Snake River

Skylynn Ready – Little Snake River

Jayce Ervin – Meeteetse

Whitney Bennett – Saratoga

Brenna Herring – Southeast

Jordan Stoddard – Southeast (All-State in 2020)

Alyson Louderback – Upton

Hailey Turner – Upton (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

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