#1's stay the same in this week's edition of the Wyopreps.com Coaches and Media Football Poll.

Natrona, Powell, Lovell, Cokeville, and Little Snake River remain atop their respective polls this week.  Cokeville, however, is the only unanimous choice at the top.


In 4A,  Natrona took 18 of the 20 top votes to stay at #1. Gillette gathered the other two and ranks second. The Camels saw East gather more #2 votes, but,  the #1 ballots put the Camels second. Those two will battle it out on the field this Friday in Cheyenne.  Sheridan falls to fourth this week while Central remains #5. The #5 Indians take on #1 Natrona this Friday as well. Kelly Walsh got votes after their shutout in Evanston last week and are just outside the top five.

3A keeps Powell #1 with 22 of the 24 top votes. Voter confidence rose in the Douglas Bearcats this week after their win over Green River as they took the other two #1's. Buffalo is third this week with Star Valley fourth. Green River dropped to fifth. Cody got votes as did Riverton. #1 Powell hosts #3 Buffalo for the big match in this division on Friday.

2A sees Lovell #1 with 18 of the 20 top votes. Lyman took the other two. Not to look ahead too far, but, those two teams play next week. Glenrock is third this week with Newcastle fourth and Big Horn fifth.    Five other teams received mention this week in 2A in Wheatland, Big Piney, Pinedale, Burns, and Thermopolis.

1A has Cokeville a unanimous #1 with all 14 #1's. Lusk is a solid second with Southeast that way in third. Shoshoni and Pine Bluffs make their debuts on the 2012 polls in fourth and fifth. Lingle-Fort Larmie, Riverside and Rocky Mountain also received mention this week.

Six man football puts the 23 game win streaking LSR Rattlers #1 again.  They received 16 of the 18 top votes. Dubois got the other two. The Rams will go to Baggs to take on Little Snake River Friday afternoon in our second 1 vs 2 match up in a row this season. Kaycee continues to rank third with Midwest fourth. Meeteetse is rewarded for stopping their losing streak with a fifth place ranking this week. The Longhorns host the Oilers on Saturday.