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RAWLINS – Coming off an impressive season start with tourney wins against 4A schools Natrona County, Laramie and Central, Rawlins was eager to get back home to instrument their early confidence to their advantage.

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BAGGS — Little Snake River Valley High School Volleyball (0-0, 3-4) isn’t the team they once were in previous years, but they looked similar to the powerhouse they’ve been in the past in their first home game of the season.

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CHEYENNE — If you questioned how Rawlins High School Volleyball (0-0,6-0) would pan out under new leadership, the Lady Outlaws gave you their response this weekend.

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Winners of the 2018 Rawlins Family Recreation Center Volleyball Championship Tuesday are, from left, Tawsha Lubbers, Alexandra Cape, Kellie Mann and Alicia Greninger.

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CASPER — Carbon County is home to some of the best high school volleyball coaches, players and teams in the state and it’s been recognized by the Wyoming Coaches Association.

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CASPER-A championship game usually results in tears and heartbreak by the loser, but No. 3 Encampment High School volleyball (4-4, 21-6) was nothing but smiles after taking No. 1 Cokeville (7-1, 25-10) to five sets in the 1A championship game Saturday.

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CASPER-Playing for third place wasn’t what No. 2 Little Snake River Valley High School volleyball (7-1, 28-4) was hoping for, but the Rattlers’ were not leaving Casper without something to show for it.

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CASPER — No. 3 Encampment volleyball (4-4, 21-5) is headed to the 1A state championship game after rolling over Dubois (6-2, 11-14) in the semi-finals.