Just like their male counterparts, the Wyoming girls’ all-stars will be trying to topple Montana for the first time in a while in the annual basketball series.

For the first time, the Pronghorn Center at Gillette College will host the Wyoming portion of the two-game series on Friday night. Saturday’s game will be in Lockwood, MT.

On Tuesday, WyoPreps’ David Settle spoke with Gillette College women’s basketball coach Liz Lewis, who serves as the head coach for Team Wyoming. She spoke about hosting this year’s game on Friday night, how they’ll prepare in a short time, facing a good Montana team, and some keys for her team.

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Since the original rosters were released in mid-April, there is one change for the girls. Cantrell Rosalez of Buffalo replaces Cameron Erickson from Star Valley.

Wyoming Girls Roster:

Cantrell Rosalez – Buffalo

Raimi Hladky – Campbell County

Millie Riss – Campbell County

Boden Liljedahl – Cheyenne East

Kennedi Niemann – Cody

Brooke Wright – Douglas

Sage Bradshaw – Lyman

Jaylen Ostenson – Newcastle

Laney McCarty – Thunder Basin

Joelie Spelts – Thunder Basin

Montana Girls Roster:

Alex Bullock – Helena

Malea Egan – Colstrip

Alyse Aby – Laurel

Layne Kearns – Hamilton

Avery Burkhart – Bozeman

Ava Bellach – Manhattan Christian

Layla Baumann – Billings West

Brooke Badovinac – Butte Central

Jada Clarkson – Helena Capital

Maddie Moy – Kalispell Flathead

Head coach: Wes Keller (women’s coach at Rocky Mountain College)

This year is the 26th year of the girls’ series. The games were not held in 2020.

Montana swept the two games in 2022. The Treasure State girls won 69-59 and 68-49. Montana has captured 11 straight and leads the series 37-13. The last victory for Wyoming was in Sheridan on June 10, 2016, and the final score was 71-64.

The girls’ game is at 5 p.m. on both nights.

PhotoFest: Wyoming-Montana All-Star Basketball

PhotoFest: Wyoming-Montana All-Star Basketball

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