Casper Softball Association to begin practices
The Casper Softball Association is staying positive in hopes they can compete soon.
"Truly we don't have an answer yet as to what scrimmages or tournaments look like going forward but we are hoping to at least be able to do some games or tournaments, and scrimmages type situations with others around the state," said VP of the Casper Softball Association Rachel McGee.
They had board meetings last week to discuss the best way to go about the season. They are now allowed to start practicing by keeping them to 25 people. They are having team meetings to discuss guidelines and what the girls and parents need to be doing.
"We want to be make sure we are doing everything right first, and safety first, and that is something we did discuss in the board meeting, and saw in the guidelines and the rules that we need to but we all just love the game and it is really part of our summer and when it is not part of our summer it is, it is kind of heartbreaking," said softball coach Claire Smith.
Teams will be able to start practicing tomorrow.