The newest edition of the WyoPreps Coaches and Media Soccer Polls is highlighted by a lack of change.

No teams fell in the rankings, and no teams dropped from the top five. The only adjustment is a tie for fifth in 4A girls and 3A boys.

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Laramie is now tied for fifth with Natrona County in the 4A girls’ poll with 24 points in the voting. Thunder Basin remained at No. 1. The Bolts are undefeated and received 11 of the 12 first-place votes. Jackson, Rock Springs, and Kelly Walsh stayed in second, third, and fourth, respectively.

The tie in 3A boys is between Buffalo and Cody. The rest of the rankings didn’t change. Worland is at the top with seven of the ten first-place votes. Powell held in the No. 2 spot. Torrington and Lander kept the third and fourth positions.

The other two divisions are the same as last week.

That has Cody on top in the 3A girls’ rankings. The Fillies got ten of the 12 first-place votes. They are followed by Lander, Riverton, Worland, and Buffalo.

Jackson was the only team that was a unanimous pick for No. 1. In the 4A boys poll, the Broncs earned all nine first-place votes. Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Rock Springs, and Sheridan stayed in the two through five spots.

Big games this weekend occur in 3A boys with Lander at Powell and Buffalo visiting Torrington on Friday. The biggest game is a 1 vs. 2 showdown in 4A boys with Jackson at Kelly Walsh on Saturday.

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