The prep softball schedule is picking up as the season begins to wind down in the Cowboy State.

The weather cooperated just enough for teams to get their games in last week. They’re hoping for more of the same this week, as a number of games this week were rescheduled from earlier in the season. Green River and Rock Springs have this week off, as they are the only two teams who have not had to reschedule a weather postponed game.

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This is the schedule. It is subject to change.

MONDAY, APRIL 26

Final Score: Laramie 7 Wheatland 3 (conference game) - McKinney 2 hits (HR) & 4 RBIs

TUESDAY, APRIL 27

Cheyenne South at #5 Cheyenne East (conference game) - Postponed

THURSDAY, APRIL 29

Final Score: Cheyenne East 2 Laramie 0 (conference game)

Final Score: #5 Cheyenne Central 14 Cheyenne South 4  (conference game) - Naughton with a 3-run HR for Central

FRIDAY, APRIL 30

Final Score: Cheyenne East 14 #2 Thunder Basin 3 (conference game)

Final Score: #2 Thunder Basin 10 Cheyenne East 2

Final Score: #1 Kelly Walsh 10 #4 Cody 0 (conference game)

Final Score: Cody 9 Kelly Walsh 7

Final Score: #3 Campbell County 7 #5 Cheyenne Central 5 (conference game)

Final Score: #3 Campbell County 6 #5 Cheyenne Central 2

Final Score: Natrona 18 Worland 13 (conference game)

SATURDAY, MAY 1

Final Score: #2 Thunder Basin 7 #5 Cheyenne Central 1 (conference game)

Final Score: #2 Thunder Basin 12 #5 Cheyenne Central 3

Final Score: #1 Kelly Walsh 22 Worland 1 (conference game)

Final Score: Cheyenne East 9 #3 Campbell County 6 ( conference game)

Final Score: Cheyenne East 11 #3 Campbell County 1

Final Score: #4 Cody 15 Natrona County 7 (conference game)

Final Score: Cody 19 Natrona County 14

Final Score: Cheyenne South 12 Wheatland 2 (conference game)

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