Two schools top the last rankings of the 2024 season entering the state tournament. Cody leads the final WyoPreps Coaches and Media Soccer Polls in Class 3A and Jackson in Class 4A. The Fillies regained the top spot in the girls’ poll, while the Broncs surged to first for the first time this year. The Jackson girls grabbed the No. 1 spot back, and their boys maintained their top spot.


Girls Polls

Cody won two matches last weekend and wrapped up the 3A West Conference title. That was enough for the voters, who gave the Fillies nine of the 11 first-place votes. Douglas moved up three spots to second in the last poll. Last week, the Bearcats won the 3A East Conference title with a road win at Worland. Last week’s top team, Powell, fell to third. Worland slid down to fourth. Lander stayed in the top five but dropped to fifth.

Jackson’s dominant win in the 4A West Regional pushed the Broncs to No. 1. They were a unanimous pick in 4A girls’ soccer. 4A East Regional champ Laramie moved up to second. Kelly Walsh fell to third. Riverton and Campbell County traded spots as the Wolverines climbed to fourth and the Camels dropped to fifth.

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Boys Polls

Four teams earned first-place votes in the last poll. The Cody Broncs grabbed the top spot for the first time this season. They received four first-place votes and enough votes in the second and third spots for the No. 1 ranking. Torrington remained second, and the Blazers were only six points back in the voting. They also got four first-place votes. Worland fell from first to third. Green River slid to fourth. Both of those teams garnered a first-place vote. Lander was the only team that didn’t change their position in the poll.

Finally, in 4A boys, the top five was close to last week’s rankings. The only difference was no tie. Jackson kept the top position with eight of the 12 first-place votes. The other four went to second-ranked Central. The Broncs and Indians were the two regional champs in the 4A West and East last weekend. Kelly Walsh moved six points ahead of Sheridan, which broke the tie. The Broncs fell to fourth. Defending champion Thunder Basin held onto fifth.

To see the voting, click the button to view how the coaches and media voted in the soccer polls.

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