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By David Martin
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Riverton hands GR 1st loss

Strong defense holds Riverton scoreless in 2nd half

 

David Martin

Riley Yeager prepares to collide with defenders from Riverton Friday night. The Wolves lost their first game of the season 21-0.

Despite a strong defense capable of holding off many of Riverton's scoring drives, the Green River Wolves Football team received their first loss of the season at Wolves Stadium Friday.

The game was delayed by an hour due to lightning, but head coach Don Maggi said that delay, nor the wet ball, was the cause of the Wolves loss. Maggi said the Riverton team had to deal with the same setbacks Green River faced.

During the first quarter, Riverton would score their first touchdown with 8:05 left in the quarter. A strong defensive push by the Wolves would limit the Wolverines several times in t...



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