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Jackson girls fall game short of first 4A soccer title

First all-West 4A final repeats conference title game, with different result for Lady Broncs.

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ROCK SPRINGS — The last time two teams from the West met in the 4A girls’ soccer final at the state tournament, none of the girls who played in Saturday’s championship match were alive.

That’s because none of us were alive. It had never happened — until now.

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Jackson freshman Lily Steinberg heads the ball against Kelly Walsh during the 4A State Soccer Championship game Saturday in Rock Springs.

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Jackson’s Melissa Morillon Jimenez fights off Kelly Walsh opponent Amberlyn Hill on Saturday in Rock Springs.

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Jackson’s Karoline Motes-Chavez and Karli Woodruff of Kelly Walsh race to the ball during the 4A State Soccer Tournament title game. It was the first-ever all-West girls soccer final in Wyoming history.

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Laramie’s Diego Villasenor heads the ball against Jackson during the 4A State Soccer Tournament.

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Jackson players celebrate a goal in the first half against Laramie on Friday during the 4A State Soccer Tournament in Rock Springs. The Broncs won 5-1 and took the consolation bracket trophy on Saturday by defeating Star Valley 6-1.

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Laramie’s McCoy Callahan battles for the ball with Owen Smith of Jackson during the 4A State Soccer Tournament on Friday in Rock Springs. The Broncs won 5-1 and went on to beat arch rival Star Valley 6-1 on Saturday for the consolation title.

Contact Mark Baker at 732-7065 or

Sports Editor

Sports Editor Mark Baker grew up in a newspaper family in TrackTown, USA. He's reported for papers in Oregon, Washington, California and Alabama, but now makes his home at "The End of the Trail."

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