Class 2-A Fremont County volleyball off to a good start

The Shoshoni Lady Blue volleyball team stands at an even five wins and five losses after the first two weeks of competition. Shoshoni’s season features games against teams from all four classifications of Wyoming prep volleyball.

Shoshoni senior Sonja Post spiked the ball against Cody as Hailey Donelson backed the play {h/t Randy Tucker}

The Lady Blue opened with a 21-18, 21-16 loss to Class 1-A powerhouse Saratoga in tournament play. Saratoga is currently 5-1 on the season including a win over Class 3-A Lander. Shoshoni’s other loss in Class 1-A play came in three games against unbeaten Little Snake River in the second week of the season.

The Lady Blue handled Class 2-A rival Kemmerer in the Riverton tournament but fell to Class 3-A Powell and Pinedale, and to Class 4-A Cody in three close two-game matches.


After their loss to the Rattlers in week two, Shoshoni reeled off four straight wins in Class 2-A handling Wyoming Indian, Rocky Mountain, Kemmerer, and Tongue River.

Veteran coach Christina Mills returns to guide the Shoshoni girls.

Wind River

The Lady Cougars have an abundance of talent this season and are 4-6 overall boasting a quality win over Class 3-A Lander in the Riverton tournament in three games. Wind River also posted a pair of wins over Wyoming Indian and a three-game tournament win over Greybull.

Wind River is off to a 4-6 start this season {h/t Randy Tucker}

Wind River’s losses came to Class 4-A Riverton twice, Class 2-A Kemmerer twice, Tongue River, and Little Snake River.

Head coach Lori Davidson is in her first year for the Lady Cougars.

Wyoming Indian


It’s a different season at Ethete with the addition of St. Stephen’s players to the Wyoming Indian Lady Chiefs roster. St. Stephen’s didn’t hire a volleyball coach during the rehiring phase at the school after the entire staff was terminated following a scandal with the superintendent.

Wyoming Indian returned a Wind River serve earlier in the season {h/t Randy Tucker}

Wyoming Indian is 0-5 on the season with a pair of losses to Wind River, then single-game defeats by Shoshoni, Lander, and Saratoga.

In the second meeting with the Lady Cougars head coach Jed Anderson’s girls were able to force a three-game tournament match.


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