Two reigning boys’ soccer state champs are looking to add to their current title streak as the Class 3A and 4A state soccer tournaments get underway in Cheyenne.

Action on the pitch is Thursday through Saturday at four locations. Class 4A will play at Cheyenne Central and Cheyenne East High Schools, while Class 3A is at Cheyenne South High School and Johnson Junior High.

In 4A, Jackson has won the last two state championships. In 3A, Worland is the three-time defending champion. Both are hoping to add another championship trophy to their arsenal this weekend.

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The Worland Warriors are on an impressive unbeaten streak. They are 14-0-1 this season, as they enter the state tournament.

WyoPreps’ David Settle spoke to head coach Ron Overcast about how his team is playing right now, how a recent victory over Powell pushed his squad and came at the right time, what he’s expecting this weekend, and a key for his team to be successful.

Worland opens with Buffalo in the first round at 4 p.m. at Johnson Junior High.

The Jackson Broncs are 15-1 this season and have held the top ranking in the WyoPreps Coaches and Media Poll most of the season.

WyoPreps’ David Settle talked with head coach Matt Hoelscher. He touched on how his team is playing enter the state tournament, how a loss this season refocused his squad, what the 4A bracket looks like, and some keys for his team this weekend.

The Broncs will play Thunder Basin at 4 p.m. in the first round at Cheyenne East High School.

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