The Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) announced that fall sports was scheduled to happen this upcoming school year. According to Cheyenne Central Athletic Director, Chad Whitworth, the decision was made through a partnership between the school districts, the WHSAA, the county and state department.
Cheyenne Extreme 18U outfielder, Jordyn Wright, will be playing in her final softball tournament in the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) tournament, after giving over half her life to the sport.
After two years at Laramie County Community College (LCCC), Golden Eagles basketball men’s basketball player, Kyle Cabs, committed to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and women’s basketball player, Haylie Anderson, committed to Ottawa University in Kansas.
Madison Blaney, who originally committed to play basketball at Sheridan College. With the cut of their sports program, she de-committed and decided to continue her basketball career at Western Nebraska Community College.
The Wyoming Coaches Association will be handing out the Coach of the year awards by having a Banquet Tour on June 29th-July 2nd. They will be giving away 54 awards to 28 schools and going to 27 towns in Wyoming.
The Cheyenne Sixers 18U finished the NOCO Invitational strong with a 13-1 win against USA Prime Halicky, 13-1 via mercy rule in the bottom of the fourth inning. It would be the second mercy rule win for Cheyenne in the Invite in the fourth inning (Saturday vs 970 Sun Devils, score: 14-2).