From the Casper Star-Tribune:
High school softball is officially coming to Wyoming after a unanimous vote Tuesday by the Wyoming High School Activities Association. The first sanctioned softball season will be played in the spring of 2021. Wyoming had been one of just two states (along with South Dakota) to not have a sanctioned high school softball season.
First-year representative Christina Mills of Shoshoni, the board’s only current female member, brought both the first and second readings to the table before they each passed 16-0.
Tuesday’s vote brought celebration for the grassroots movement that started the push for adding an 11th girls sport — to match the 11 boys sports that have been offered since before gymnastics’ final season in 2010.