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By Alex Kuhn
Sports Editor 

No. 3 Warriors knock off No. 1 Torrington 1-0 to advance to semifinals of Pinnacle Cup

Face 4A No. 5 Rock Springs today at 11:15 a.m.


April 8, 2017


Warrior Mason Werbelow pushes the attack during Friday's 5-1 win against Newcastle in the first round of the Pinnacle Cup at Worland High School.

WORLAND - At the start of the season most would have expected the No. 3 Worland Warriors to be in rebuilding mode but after Friday night's 1-0 win over the No. 1 Torrington Trailblazers, they have thrown their hat in the ring along with the other 3A state title contenders.

"I was really proud of them, they worked hard [Friday]," said WHS boys soccer coach Ron Overcast. "Talking to the team after the game we told them they need to start believing in themselves. We're a young team but we're playing well and have a lot of upside. We have to keep working hard and getting better every day."


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