The 2023 Postseason WyoPreps Coaches and Media Volleyball Poll
Two ties and two teams traded spots again to highlight the WyoPreps Coaches and Media Postseason Volleyball Poll.
The top-ranked teams remained Little Snake River, Big Horn, Mountain View, and Laramie. Also, there was no change in the 4A poll.
In 1A, the Rattlers kept the top spot with six of the 11 first-place votes. Cokeville moved back to second and earned four first-place votes. Upton fell one position to third. 1A also had one of the ties. Riverside moved up into a tie for fourth with Southeast.
Big Horn received all but one first-place vote in Class 2A. Wright and Greybull traded spots again this week. The Panthers moved back to second, which pushed the Buffs down to third. Tongue River and Burns held onto fourth and fifth.
In 3A, the top three remained the same, and the one change was a tie for fourth. Mountain View got nine of the 11 first-place votes. Buffalo and Powell stayed in second and third. Douglas and Lyman shared the No. 4 spot in the rankings.
Finally, in 4A, Laramie retained the top spot with 13 of the 14 first-place votes. Cody held second. Thunder Basin was third. Kelly Walsh was still fourth, and Star Valley kept the fifth spot.
Click the button below to view the voting breakdown from the coaches and media around the state.
WyoPreps provided all the coaches and some media members around the state an opportunity to vote in our third volleyball rankings of the 2023 season.
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