Farson-Eden had a strong arsenal of offensive weapons in 2018-19 with 3 players that averaged in double figures. Maizee Thoren led the way with 14 points per game and 9 rebounds per contest. Ighlee Thoren threw a dozen points a game while Kaytlyn Keeler averaged 11. Keeler and Maizee Thoren were seniors but the Pronghorns lose just 3 members of that class. Farson did qualify for the state tournament for the 2nd time in the last 3 years and ended up taking 4th place. The Pronghorns advanced to the semi-final round in 1A thanks to a 48-28 win over Lingle in which Keeler had 22 points on 9-29 from the field. Maizee and Ighlee Thoren combined for 23 points on 10-28 from the floor. In the 2nd round, Farson fell to eventual state champion Cokeville 45-43. Maizee Thoren had 17 and Kaytlyn Keeler contributed 14. In the consolation round, Farson lost to St. Stephens 51-42, shooting just 20% from the floor. Maizee Thoren was the Pronghorns leading scorer in that game with 24 points and also pulled down 16 rebounds.