After the weather canceled the first-ever weekend of high school softball in the Cowboy State, teams hope to debut on the diamond this week.

The schedule gets underway with one game on Thursday. The bulk of the action will be on Friday and Saturday.

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There are a total of 13 schools playing high school softball in Wyoming. There are six programs in the West Conference and seven in the East Conference.

The West Conference is Cody, Green River, Kelly Walsh, Natrona County, Rock Springs, and Worland.

The East Conference has Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Cheyenne East, Cheyenne South, Laramie, Thunder Basin, and Wheatland.

Most of the games this weekend will be conference games. There is one non-conference game on the schedule.

Here is the schedule for technically the second week of the season. Schedules are subject to change.

THURSDAY, MARCH 25

Wheatland at Cheyenne South - postponed; makeup date is TBD

FRIDAY, MARCH 26

Final Score: Cody 9 Worland 0 (non-conference) - Ellie Ungrund tosses a 1-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts & only 2 walks

Final Score: Rock Springs 5 Natrona County 1

Laramie at Wheatland - postponed; makeup date is TBD

Final Score: Kelly Walsh 31 Green River 3 - last report to WyoPreps was KW hit 5 home runs

Final Score: Thunder Basin 14 Cheyenne Central 4 (conference game)

Final Score: Cheyenne Central 12 Thunder Basin 9

Final Score: Campbell County 10 Cheyenne East 8 (conference game)

Final Score: Campbell County 6 Cheyenne East 5

SATURDAY, MARCH 27

Laramie at Cheyenne South - postponed; makeup date is TBD

Final Score: Cheyenne Central 14 Campbell County 3 (conference game)

Final Score: Campbell County 5 Cheyenne Central 4

Final Score: Thunder Basin 9 Cheyenne East 6 (conference game)

Final Score: Thunder Basin 17 Cheyenne East 7

Final Score: Kelly Walsh 8 Rock Springs 5

Final Score: Natrona County 21 Green River 1 - S. Randolph with 2 HRs, 6 RBIs

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