The first week of games in the high school soccer season across Wyoming is upon us.

Mother Nature has already had an impact on the schedule for the first week of the season.

This is the girls’ schedule for Week 1. Schedules are subject to change.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 18:

Rawlins at Riverton – postponed to May 4

FRIDAY, MARCH 19:

Final Score: Jackson 2 Lander 0

Final Score: Star Valley 2 Green River 0 (conference match)

Final Score: Sheridan 6 Buffalo 1

Newcastle at Scottsbluff, NE - postponed to 3/23

Natrona County at Cheyenne Central – canceled

Kelly Walsh at Cheyenne East – postponed

Cheyenne South at Laramie (non-conference) – canceled

GILLETTE SOCCER JAMBOREE

Torrington at Campbell County – postponed

Final Score: Thunder Basin 1 Rock Springs 0

SATURDAY, MARCH 20:

Final Score: Evanston 5 Green River 0 (conference match)

Final Score: Jackson 6 Riverton 0

Final Score: Sheridan 4 Worland 1

Final Score: Buffalo 6 Powell 1

Cheyenne Central at Kelly Walsh – postponed

Cheyenne East at Natrona County – canceled

Cheyenne South vs. Star Valley (at Rock Springs) – canceled

Laramie vs. Star Valley (at Rock Springs) – canceled

GILLETTE SOCCER JAMBOREE

Final Score: Thunder Basin 18 Torrington 0

Final Score: Rock Springs 4 Campbell County 0

Teams that are open this first weekend = Douglas, Lyman, Mountain View, Pinedale

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