Thunder Basin's Cena Carlson was recognized as the Wyoming Gatorade Girls Soccer Player of the Year on Thursday.
The rosters for the Wyoming Coaches Association all-star soccer game were released earlier this week, with 33 boys and 33 girls comprising the four teams.
State championships in softball, soccer and track & field made for a busy weekend May 19-21 to put a wrap on the 2021-22 high school sports year.
2022 Wyoming Coaches Association all-conference soccer teams
2022 Wyoming Coaches Association all-state soccer teams
Bolt up: A year after losing to Rock Springs in the state title game, Thunder Basin finishes 18-0 with a 2-0 victory over the Tigers
Fillies open against Cheyenne East; Trojans look to hand Thunder Basin its first loss of the season.
2022 Wyoming State High School Soccer Championships scores
Undefeated Trojans enter as the No. 4 seed and face Green River; Fillies are the No. 2 seed and take on Evanston.
Trojans finish regular season 8-0-6 (6-0-6 in conference) heading into next week's Class 4A West Regionals in Jackson.
Rock Springs boys score six first-half goals in 8-0 shutout of Mustangs.
Natrona County girls, Kelly Walsh boys have chance to win Class 4A West regular-season titles. Kelly Walsh girls try to remain undefeated. Natrona County boys look to pull off upsets.
The 2021-22 Casper College women's soccer team will take on a team comprised of Natrona County and Kelly Walsh alumni at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the T-Birds' Murane Field.
Fillies are currently second in the Class 4A West Conference heading into this weekend's games at Star Valley and Jackson.
Both games between the Trojans and Fillies this season have ended in a tie.
The last time the Natrona County girls soccer team hoisted the Casper Cup was six years ago when the Fillies defeated crosstown rival Kelly Walsh 1-0. Since then, the Trojans have won four in a row in the annual trophy game, including a 1-0 shutout last year.
KW boys, NC girls enter the weekend atop the Class 4A West Conference standings.