The Lady Broncs soccer team ended the season on a high note as they beat Kelly Walsh 4-2 in the match for third place at the state tournament in Cheyenne.

A 3-1 defeat to Rock Springs in the semifinals denied Jackson a chance to win the tournament.

Rock Springs dominated the end of the season, winning state in their 14th consecutive victory, a record spanning back to a game against the Jackson team in late March.

2021 Wyoming 4A State Soccer Tournament

Jackson junior Phoebe Alva Rosa battles a Rock Springs opponent during the Lady Broncs’ semifinal game of the 2021 Wyoming 4A State Soccer Tournament on Friday in Cheyenne.

The Lady Broncs had a strong showing this season, finishing with a 15-5 record. They registered 80 goals and conceded a mere 28.

Jackson was led by senior Selah Hunter and freshman Taya McClennen, registering 26 goals and 16 assists each. Junior Phoebe Alva Rosa also had an impactful season, providing 10 goals and 12 assists.

2021 Wyoming 4A State Soccer Tournament

Jackson junior Natalie Joralemon battles a Rock Springs opponent during the Lady Broncs’ semifinal game of the 2021 Wyoming 4A State Soccer Tournament.

Contact Max Hammond via Johanna Love at 732-7071 or jlove@jhnewsandguide.com.

Johanna Love steers the newsroom as editor. Her time off is occupied by kid, dog, biking, camping and art. She loves to hear from readers with story tips, kudos, criticism and questions.

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