WYOMING — The latest WyoPreps.com Coaches and Media Basketball Poll has been released for Week Two.
With one week in the books, there’s still a lot of basketball to be played. Teams in Green River and Rock Springs will compete in the annual Flaming Gorge Classic Tournament this week. Each team will play two games, some of which will feature top-ranked teams from 4A coming to Sweetwater County.
Below are full rankings for boys and girls basketball teams in Sweetwater County.
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4A Boys Rankings
The Green River Wolves received a vote in this week’s poll after the team opened up the season with a win over Cheyenne South at home last weekend. This week Green River will face #5 Campbell County and Kelly Walsh at home.
The Rock Springs Tigers opened the season against two tough opponents in #1 Cheyenne Central and #4 Cheyenne East. The Tigers fell to both the Indians and Thunderbirds last week, starting the season 0-2. This weekend the Tigers will welcome #3 Thunder Basin and #5 Campbell County to town.
4A Girls Rankings
The Rock Springs Lady Tigers sit just outside of the top ranked teams in this week’s rankings. The Lady Tigers received votes despite not playing due to COVID-19. Both games last weekend were canceled due to the entire team being quarantined. Rock Springs is set to face off against #1 Thunder Basin and #5 Campbell County this weekend at home.
Green River also sits just outside of the top five. The Lady Wolves were given a few votes for fifth best in 4A. Last weekend, Green River split games, losing to Laramie and beating Cheyenne South to begin the season. The Lady Wolves will take on #5 Campbell County and Kelly Walsh this weekend.
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1A Boys Rankings
The Farson-Eden Pronghorns remained #2 in 1A rankings this week. The Pronghorns are currently 1-1 with Kemmerer on the schedule this week.
1A Girls Rankings
As for the Farson-Eden Lady Pronghorns, a few points difference in voting have kept them just out of the reach of fifth place. The Lady Pronghorns are 0-2 on the season and will look to earn their first victory this Thursday against Kemmerer.