There is at least one change in all five classifications of the new Coaches and Media Volleyball poll.

Released on Thursday, there is one new team in the latest rankings.

Class 4A has a slight change this week. Kelly Walsh is still on top with all but one first-place vote. There is a tie for second in the new poll between Thunder Basin and Cheyenne East. Star Valley remains fourth and edges a little closer to the Bolts and Thunderbirds. Rock Springs just held onto the No. 5 spot over Laramie.

Rawlins remains a clear favorite in Class 3A. The Outlaws are again a unanimous pick for No. 1. Pinedale barely holds onto second by three points in the balloting over the Lyman Eagles, who move up one spot to third. Douglas falls to fourth with Worland rounding out the top five.

The Pine Bluffs Hornets received all the first-place votes in Class 2A to stay atop the rankings. After last Saturday’s road win over the Bulldogs, the Wright Panthers are in second by themselves. Sundance falls out of the tie for No. 2 to third. Wind River holds at No. 4. The Tongue River Eagles make their debut in the poll at fifth.

A little movement at the bottom of the Class 1A rankings. The Cokeville Panthers are still No. 1, unanimously. Saratoga is a unanimous choice for No. 2. Kaycee remains third this week. Then the change has H.E.M. moving up one spot to No. 4, while Meeteetse falls to fifth.

Here is how the voting breaks down:

Disclaimer: The Coaches and Media poll is done for fun. It has no bearing on the postseason, seeding, or anything of that nature.

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