2023 Wyoming High School Girls Basketball 3A-4A All-State Honors
The Wyoming Coaches Association has revealed the top players in 3A and 4A girls’ basketball for the 2022-23 season.
All-State honors were voted on by all the head coaches in the class across the state.
This list includes a four-time honoree. Congratulations to Newcastle’s Jaylen Ostenson, who was an all-state player her entire prep career. In 3A, Sage Bradshaw of Lyman earned her third award.
Five players in Class 4A earned their third all-state honor. That was Molly Hays and Kennedi Niemann of Cody, Boden Liljedahl and Bradie Schlabs from Cheyenne East, and Thunder Basin's Jolie Spelts.
Karly Davis – Buffalo
Grace Peterson – Buffalo
Cantrell Rosalez – Buffalo (All-State in 2022)
Tess Rule – Buffalo
Lauren Olsen – Douglas (All-State in 2022)
Brooke Wright – Douglas
Julia Sarvey – Glenrock
Sage Bradshaw – Lyman (All-State in 2021 and 2022)
McKinlee Covolo – Mountain View
Jaylen Ostenson – Newcastle (4X All-State! 2020-2023)
Shelby Tidyman – Newcastle (All-State in 2022)
Elyn Bowers – Pinedale (All-State in 2022)
Addy Thorington – Powell
Lily Nichols – Wheatland
Raimi Hladky – Campbell County
Millie Riss – Campbell County
Ally Boysen – Cody
Molly Hays – Cody (All-State in 2021 & 2022)
Kennedi Niemann – Cody (All-State in 2021 & 2022)
Boden Liljedahl – Cheyenne East (All-State in 2021 & 2022)
Bradie Schlabs – Cheyenne East (All-State in 2021 & 2022)
Jayla Braden – Green River
Addison Forry – Laramie
Megan Hagar – Natrona County (All-State in 2022)
Alli Ligocki – Sheridan
Cameron Erickson – Star Valley
Laney McCarty – Thunder Basin (All-State in 2022)
Jolie Spelts – Thunder Basin (All-State in 2021 & 2022)
Player of the Year = Molly Hays, Cody
Defensive Player of the Year = Molly Hays, Cody
The Wyoming Coaches Association only recognizes First-Team, All-State award winners. Those are the only student-athletes that receive a certificate from the WCA.