Wyoming Rosters Revealed for the 2023 Wyoming-Montana All-Star Basketball Series
The rosters for the Cowboy State in the annual Wyoming/Montana All-Star basketball series were released on Thursday.
For the first time, the games will have a new location, as Gillette will host the Wyoming side of the two-day, four-game all-star action.
The games are at the Pronghorn Center at Gillette College on Friday, June 9, 2023, and at Lockwood High School in Lockwood, MT, just outside of Billings, MT, on Saturday, June 10, 2023. The girls’ game will be at 5 p.m. and the boys’ game at 7 p.m.
This year is the 47th for the boys’ series and the 26th for the annual girls’ series. The games were not held in 2020.
Four of the eight state champions during the 2023 high school season are represented on the girls’ and boys’ teams.
Girls title teams from 4A Cody and 3A Douglas have a player involved in this year’s game. All ten players on the roster were all-state last season.
Wyoming Girls Roster:
Raimi Hladky – Campbell County
Millie Riss – Campbell County
Boden Liljedahl – Cheyenne East
Kennedi Niemann – Cody
Brooke Wright – Douglas
Sage Bradshaw – Lyman
Jaylen Ostenson – Newcastle
Cameron Erickson – Star Valley
Laney McCarty – Thunder Basin
Joelie Spelts – Thunder Basin
Boys’ championship teams from 4A Cheyenne East and 2A Pine Bluffs will have a player playing in this year’s event. Six of the ten players earned all-state this past season.
Wyoming Boys Roster:
Toby Schons – Big Horn
Kysar Jolley – Cheyenne East
Wilkins Radakovich – Cody
Ryan Wells – Dubois
Brenon Stauffenberg – Lander
Braydon Bradshaw – Lyman
Isaac Patik – Natrona County
Stu Lerwick – Pine Bluffs
David DeBoer – Rock Springs
Dalton Thomas – Rock Springs
Wyoming’s head coaches in 2022 are Liz Lewis (Women’s Team) and Shawn Neary (Men’s Team). They are the current head coaches at Gillette College.
Players will report to Gillette, and practice will start on June 7, 2023.
Montana swept the four games in the series in 2022. The Treasure State girls won 69-59 and 68-49. They've won 12 straight and lead the series 37-13. The Treasure State boys won 103-76 and 94-77. They've won 20 in a row and lead the boys' series 65-27.
This year's games are the same weekend as the annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl in Casper.
Here are some photos from last year's action.