Bearcats and Braves Are Back in the WyoPreps Coaches and Media Volleyball Poll
The latest WyoPreps Coaches and Media Volleyball Poll had two teams re-enter the rankings.
Class 3A and 4A were the two impacted by the changes. Also, two teams traded spots in 2A.
Douglas jumped back into the 3A division. The Bearcats have enjoyed some big wins lately. They checked in at No. 4. Mountain View remained at the top with seven of the 11 first-place votes. Buffalo was second again. Powell moved back to third, and Lyman fell to fifth.
Star Valley rejoined the 4A rankings. The Braves moved back to fifth. The top was the same as last week. Laramie was No. 1, followed by Cody, Thunder Basin, and Kelly Walsh.
Big Horn kept the top spot in Class 2A. The Rams earned all but one first-place vote. Greybull and Wright swapped spots. The Buffs moved back up to second, and the Panthers slid down to third. Tongue River and Burns stayed fourth and fifth, respectively.
Class 1A did not change. Little Snake River held the top position with nine of the 13 first-place votes. Upton and Cokeville remained tied for second. Southeast was fourth, and Riverside stayed fifth.
Click the button below to view the voting breakdown from the coaches and media around the state.
WyoPreps provided all the coaches and some media members around the state an opportunity to vote in our third volleyball rankings of the 2023 season.
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