One Laramie team found joy after their success, while the other had disappointment after not reaching their goal Thursday at the regional soccer tournament.

The Laramie Lady Plainsmen qualified for next week’s state soccer championships in Jackson with a 3-2 victory over Sheridan at UW’s Indoor Practice Facility.

Junior Jayla Wulff scored two goals to lead LHS to the victory over the Broncs. Laramie (7-7) advances to play top seed Cheyenne Central at 10 a.m. Friday in regional semifinals. The Lady Plainsmen will also play Saturday at either 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. based upon the outcome of the match against the Indians.

Meanwhile, the news wasn’t as good for the Laramie boys. They lost to the Gillette Camels 5-1. Freshman Cameron Hoberg scored the lone goal on a penalty kick in the fifth minute of play. That tied it at 1-1. The Camels responded with four unanswered goals and won going away.

The Plainsmen finish their season with an overall record of 5-8-1. They went 4-6-1-1 in the conference, which placed them fourth in the 4A East.