On May 22, 2021, the Campbell County Camels achieved a first in Wyoming High School sports history, a softball state championship.

The Camels defeated Kelly Walsh, 13-10, and then had to beat Cheyenne Central twice to win it all. They did with victories of 14-11 and 14-9.

Head coach Haley Gray admitted she had a feeling it was going to be a good day. Gray saw her squad go out and win three consecutive games to win the first-ever state softball title at the high school level in the Cowboy State. WyoPreps spoke to Coach Gray after the victory about her team’s effort, winning three games in a day, her daughter, Avery’s, pitching, how their bats came alive, and more in the video above.

Campbell County had 19 hits in the first championship game, which included seven extra-base hits. Gray and Jaidyn Groombridge both hit home runs. Ciera Williams had five hits and two RBI’s, while Addy Rambo added three hits and four RBI’s. Here are some of the highlights:

In the second title game, the Camels had 14 more hits and capitalized on four Central errors. Four of the hits were extra-base hits, and that included Natalie Clonch with a home run. Here are the highlights from the second championship game.

Campbell County finished the season with an 18-8 overall record. Cheyenne Central was 12-10 in the inaugural season.

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