Watch New WHSAA Commissioner Trevor Wilson Discuss the Start of the New School Sports Year
A new high school sports school year is upon us. The 2023-24 season began on Wednesday under new leadership, to a degree.
Trevor Wilson took over as the new Commissioner of the Wyoming High School Activities Association (WHSAA) on July 1, 2023. A couple of other staff moves have been made, which include Chad Whitworth coming on board as the new Associate Commissioner under Trevor Wilson.
WyoPreps spoke with Commissioner Wilson for a little bit of a ‘state of Wyoming High School sports’ update on Tuesday afternoon.
Wilson discussed how not much is changing at the WHSAA, in terms of direction or philosophy. Wilson believes they need to continue to serve and help the member schools around the state. One new piece will be a fresh student leadership program to build off the previous ‘Join the R.I.D.E.’ campaign, in which he explains the overall direction of the new one. Wilson feels the current state of high school sports in the state is in great shape. Two of the next steps are working through the new reclassification cycle that starts next school year (2024-25) and continuing to add to their officiating ranks at all levels and in all sports.
Watch the full interview at the top of this story.