The 2024 Wyoming High School softball season concluded on May 18, with Thunder Basin High School from Gillette winning their third consecutive state championship. The Bolts defeated Cheyenne East in the title game for the second straight year. This year's final score was 10-0 in six innings. With the season over, here are the final records kept by for the 2024 season. This includes all games played for each varsity team in the state.


WEST: (Overall Record, followed by Conference Record)

Cody 17-8, 9-1

Rock Springs 18-10, 8-2

Natrona County 15-8-2, 6-4

Green River 7-20, 3-7

Kelly Walsh 6-15-1, 3-7

Worland 3-19, 1-9

EAST: (Overall Record, followed by Conference Record)

Campbell County 21-10, 11-1

Thunder Basin 24-5, 9-3

Cheyenne East 24-7, 8-4

Laramie 11-17, 5-7

Wheatland 9-15-1, 5-7

Cheyenne Central 11-14, 4-8

Cheyenne South 0-17, 0-12

Changes Are Coming to Wyoming High School Softball Next Year

The sport of high school softball is expanding in the 2025 season. Torrington, Jackson, and Sheridan will field varsity teams next spring. The conferences are changing to North-South, and a regional qualifying tournament will be added the week before the state tournament. WyoPreps spoke with WHSAA Commissioner Trevor Wilson about the softball changes as part of a bigger discussion of overall changes for the 2024-25 high school sports year. Click the button below to find that story with the video interview.

2024 Softball State Tournament Day 1

Photos from Day 1 of the 2024 Wyoming High School Softball State Championships

Gallery Credit: David Settle,; Carlee Howe

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