Two teams traded spots in all four divisions of the new WyoPreps Coaches and Media Soccer Poll.

The four top-ranked teams are the same. The changes were two teams in the middle or at the bottom of the rankings switched positions with another team in the top five. No new teams entered the rankings.

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In 3A girls, the top three were the same. The Cody Fillies were a unanimous choice for No. 1. They received all 13 first-place votes. Lander and Riverton stayed in the second and third spots. Mountain View climbed to fourth, which pushed Buffalo down to fifth.

The two Casper schools swapped positions in the 4A girls’ ranks. Thunder Basin earned all but one first-place vote. The Bolts stayed on top of the poll. Rock Springs held the No 2 ranking. Natrona County moved up one spot to third. Kelly Walsh fell to fourth. Jackson remained in fifth.

After their draw earlier in the week, the 3A boys’ poll is led by Worland and Powell. The Warriors kept the No. 1 ranking with ten of the 11 first-place votes. The Panthers earned ten of the 11 votes for the second spot. Lander and Torrington flipped positions. The Tigers climbed to third, while the Blazers fell to fourth. Cody rounded out the top five in fifth.

Finally, the bottom of the 4A boys’ rankings changed. The top three are still Jackson, Kelly Walsh, and Laramie.  The Broncs received nine of the 11 first-place votes. The Trojans and Plainsmen each got a first-place vote, but they stayed put. Sheridan climbed to fourth, which means Rock Springs dropped to fifth.

Click the button below to see the breakdown of how the coaches and media voted in the soccer polls.

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