The vote was unanimous when the Executive Board of the Oregon School Activities Association took action on it during its meeting this morning.
In an Oregon Basketball Coaches Association survey, 220 were in favor of the shot clock, while 48 were against it and 28 expressed no preference.
Momentum for the shot clock has been building since last year after a rule change by the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS).
The state of Oregon isn't along in implementing the shot clock. California and Washington already use it for its high school games.
In the next two years, Idaho, Montana and Utah will join Oregon in shot clock usage.
OSAA Executive Director Peter Weber stated that cost will be a hurdle for some schools. He noted that athletic directors will find a way to make it happen so that the necessary equipment can be purchased and that people would be recruited to run the new shot clocks.