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  • Knights "C" team earns five wins, heads to State Tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jul 18, 2024

    The Green River Knights Legion Baseball C Team played five games last week from Friday though Sunday in their last tournament before they head to State. In the Knights' first game, they played against the Gillette Junior Riders Red team. During the first three innings of this game, neither team scored. In the fourth inning, the Knights scored one run to the Junior Riders' two. Then during the fifth inning, the Knights scored two more runs. Lastly, in the sixth and seventh inning, neither team...

  • Knights "A" team plays Evanston before District Tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jul 18, 2024

    Last Wednesday, July 10, the Green River Knights Legion Baseball team traveled to Evanston to compete in two conference games against the Evanston Outlaws. For the Knights' first game, the Outlaws took the lead in the first inning by scoring two runs. During the second inning, neither team scored. The Outlaws' scored a additional four runs in the third and fourth innings. Finally, in the fifth inning, the Knights got on the score board, scoring three runs to the Outlaws' one. Slowly catching...

  • Knights compete in Bolln Wood Bat Tournament in Douglas

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jul 11, 2024

    Last week, the Green River Knights Varsity Baseball team traveled to Douglas to compete in the Bolln Wood Bat tournament. The tournament took place Friday, July 5 through Sunday, July 9. In all, the Knights played five games. Starting off with the Knights' first game, they played against the Rawlins Post 122 Bandits. In the first and second innings, the Bandits took the lead, scoring two runs. Then during the third inning, the Knights got on the score board with one run. Neither team scored in t...

  • Green River hosts Knights Invite Wood Bat tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jul 3, 2024

    Last Thursday through Sunday the Green River Knights hosted the Green River Knights Invite Wood Bat tournament. This tournament is the largest varsity baseball tournament in the State of Wyoming. This year over 10 teams came from Rawlins, Riverton, Jackson, Laramie, Lovell, Cheyenne, Powell, Pocatello and Montana to participate. In the tournament on Thursday, for the Knights' first game, they played against the Montana Lockwood Razorbacks. The Knights took the lead early, scoring two runs in...

  • Knights lose to Outlaws at home, are victorious over Cutthroats

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jun 27, 2024

    The Green River Knights Varsity baseball team recently played against the Evanston Outlaws on Tuesday, June 18 and the Saratoga Cutthroats on Sunday, June 23. For the Knights' first game they played at home, hosting the Evanston Outlaws. Starting in the first inning, neither team scored any runs. During the second inning, the Knights took the lead and scored one run to the Outlaws' zero. Neither team scored again during the third and fourth innings. Then during the fifth inning, the game...

  • Knights compete strong at Pocatello Wood Bat Classic Tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jun 20, 2024

    The Green River Knights Legion Baseball team traveled to Pocatello, Idaho last week to compete in the Pocatello Wood Bat Classic tournament. For the Knights' first game in the tournament, they played against the Stansbury Blazers from Utah on Wednesday, June 12. In the first inning, neither team scored. During the second inning, the Knights let the lead slip, scoring zero runs to the Blazers' two. The Knights then got on the board during the third inning, where both teams scored two runs. Next...

  • Knights compete in Buffalo Wild Wings Tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jun 13, 2024

    The Green River Knights Legion Baseball team traveled to Billings, Montana last week to compete in the Buffalo Wild Wings tournament. In the Knights' first game, they played against the Billings Blue Jays on Thursday, June 6. In the first inning, the Knights scored zero runs to Blue Jays' eight. The same 0-8 score occurred again in the second inning, with the Knights unable to get any points. The Knights managed to get on the board during the third inning, scoring one run, but stayed behind...

  • Knights compete at Roy Peck Invitational

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|Jun 6, 2024

    The Green River Knights Legion Baseball team traveled to Riverton last weekend to compete in the Roy Peck Invitational tournament. In the Knights' first game on Saturday, they played against the Lovell Mustangs. Taking the lead in the first inning, the Knights scored three runs to the Mustangs' one. In the third inning, the Knights scored two runs to the Mustangs' six. In the fifth inning, the Knights scored one run to the Mustangs' zero. And in the sixth inning, the Knights scored three...

  • Knights take down Cutthroats and Bandits

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|May 30, 2024

    The Green River Knights American Legion Baseball team started their season at the end of April. For the Knights' first game of the season they played the Jackson Giants. The game resulted in the Knights losing with a score of 3-18. Next the Knights played the Rock Springs Stallions and they won with a score of 12-2. Moving into May, the Knights played the Stallions on May 13. Green River won with a score of 14-4. On May 19, the Knights played against the Laramie Rangers and had a hard loss with...

  • Green River Wolves Softball competes at 4A State Championship Tournament

    Tessa Robinson, Contributor|May 23, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team competed at the 4A State Championship Tournament last weekend in Gillette. Previously the Wolves' chances depended on Kelly Walsh Trojans losing either one of their last games. Kelly Walsh did lose a game, and Green River got their chance to compete at State. In the first game of the State Championships, the Green River Wolves played against the Campbell County Camels. In the first inning, the Wolves scored zero runs to the Camels' four. In the second and...