The Cokeville girls now have 4 state championships to their credit in the last 9 years as they compiled a 26-2 record and beat Arvada-Clearmont for the title back in March, The Panthers had a couple of gifted athletes in Kamille Nate and Emma Teichert who were both all-state selections. Nate averaged 16 points a game, Teichert controlled the pace on both ends of the floor, plus the Panther had a double-digit scorer in Emmie Barnes. In the opening round of the 1A State Tournament, Cokeville ran over Kaycee 53-30 with Barnes going 8-12 from the field en route to 19 points. Nate chipped in 11. In the semi-final round, Cokeville needed everything they could get to nip Farson in a hard fought game 45-43. The Panthers outscored the Pronghorns 17-6 in the 4th quarter and were led in scoring by Kamille Nate with 19 points on 7-9 from the floor. Cokeville won the state championship game convincingly over Arvada-Clearmont 64-40 as Nate netted 24 points, going an astounding 10-12 from the field. The Panthers shot 53% from the floor and led by 12 at the end of one-quarter of play. The good news for Cokeville is that Nate and Teichert were both juniors this past season and Barnes was just a freshman