For a second straight week, the WyoPreps Coaches and Media Volleyball Poll did not have much change.

There was a tie for second in Class 1A, a team re-entered the rankings in 2A, and some teams shuffled in both 3A and 4A.

Little Snake River’s grip on No. 1 in Class 1A was a little tighter this week. The Rattlers earned seven of the 11 first-place votes. Upton and Cokeville were tied for second in the voting. Both grabbed a pair of first-place votes. Southeast and Riverside held onto fourth and fifth, respectively.

Big Horn stayed at the top of 2A with 11 of the 12 first-place votes. Wright was alone in second with most of the second-place ballots. Greybull fell from a tie for second to third. Tongue River remained fourth. Burns jumped back into the rankings in fifth.

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The tie was broken for No. 1 in Class 3A. Mountain View was at the top by itself. The Buffalos were coming off a 4-0 mark at the West Conference Duals last weekend. Mountain View got seven of the 12 first-place votes. Buffalo dropped to second, but the Bison still received four first-place votes. Lyman bumped up two spots to third. Powell and Wheatland both slid down one to fourth and fifth.

Laramie remained a near-unanimous pick for No. 1 in Class 4A. The Plainsmen got 12 of the 13 first-place votes. Cody earned the other first-place nod, and the Fillies moved to second. Thunder Basin went down to third. Kelly Walsh held fourth, and Campbell County was alone in fifth this week.

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.

Kelly Walsh-Natrona Volleyball

Kelly Walsh-Natrona Volleyball

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