The final week of the high school softball season in Wyoming is here.

The schedule has already been impacted by the weather, which has moved some games to different days this week. It’s piled up the schedule for a few teams.

Only the top four in each conference will be moving on to the state tournament May 20-22, 2021, in Gillette. This week will determine which four teams will advance, and what seed those teams will have next week.

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This is the schedule. It is subject to change.


Final Score: #1 Kelly Walsh 8 #5 Natrona County 1 (conference game)


#4 Cheyenne East at Cheyenne Central, 3 & 5 p.m. (First = conference game) - postponed to Friday

Final Score: Laramie 20 Wheatland 0 (conference game) - Adair tosses no-hitter; Laramie hits 4 home runs, including a grand slam by Martin.


Final Score: #4 Cheyenne East 4 Cheyenne South 3 (conference game)

Final Score: Cheyenne Central 2 Laramie 1 (conference game) - Central clinches the final spot in the East Conference to the state tournament. Gebhart with an inside-the-park 2-run home run in the first was the difference.


Final Score: Cheyenne Central 20 #4 Cheyenne East 1 (conference game)

Final Score: Cody 12 Rock Springs 3 (conference game)

Final Score: Cheyenne South 11 Wheatland 1 (conference game)

Final Score: Worland 23 Green River 16 (conference game)

Final Score: #2 Thunder Basin 9 #3 Campbell County 3 (conference game)

Final Score: #2 Thunder Basin 5 #3 Campbell County 4


Final Score: Cody 24 Green River 1 (conference game)

Final Score: Rock Springs 10  Worland 0 (conference game)

Final Score: Laramie 5 Cheyenne South 1 (conference game)

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