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  • Wolves track off to fast start, four qualify for 4A State track

    Jack H. Smith, Staff Writer|Apr 1, 2015

    In just their second week of the season, the Green River High School had an impressive showing in two meets. Competing at Big Piney last Friday and Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah Friday, the Wolves picked up four state qualifiers. Senior Dylan Rust qualified in the discus, junior Tyler Vendetti had a qualifying mark in the long jump, junior Josie Givens qualified in the 1600 meters and senior Holly Huber clinched a state berth in the 100-meter hurdles. Head coach Steve Boyd said Rust just...

  • GRHS returns three state placers

    Jack H. Smith, Staff Writer|Apr 1, 2015

    The Green River High School track team will have around 70 kids competing during the 2015 season. Head coach Steve Boyd said the number of kids who came out is about normal. “If you were to look at an area where we have strength in numbers it would be the boys shot and discus,” Boyd said. “We have six or seven guys there battling for the top four sports on the regional team.” Overall, Boyd said the team has some quality individuals in different events, but they do lack the depth necessa...

  • Wolves pickup first conference victory

    Jack H. Smith, Staff Writer|Apr 1, 2015

    It was a mixed weekend of results for the Green River High School boy’s soccer team. The Wolves opened their season with a thrilling 2-1 4A West conference victory last Friday over Evanston. After a scoreless first half, Green River scored one minute into the second on a goal from senior standout Chase Erickson. Evanston would answer back in the 56th minute to tie the game. The Wolves would get the game-winning goal with just three minutes left in the game on a goal from Taten Knight. “It is...

  • Ladies learn from Jamboree

    Jack H. Smith, Staff Writer|Apr 1, 2015

    The Kelly Walsh Jamboree was a learning experience for the Green River High School girl’s soccer team. Following a 5-0 season opening home win over Evanston, the Lady Wolves went 1-2 at the Jamboree, which feature games with two 26-minute halves. Green River head coach Tracy Wyant said since it’s still early in the year she had tried a lot of people in different positions, started a couple of freshman, and are still trying to figure out starting lineups. “We learned a lot from these games...

  • Green River shuts down Evanston

    Jack H. Smith, Staff Writer|Apr 1, 2015

    At halftime of their season opener against Evanston, Green River High School girl’s soccer coach Tracy Wyant and her staff talked to the team about how they needed to talk to each other more and have better ball movement. The team listened. After scoring one goal in the first half, Green River answered back with four second half goals on their way to a 5-0 victory. “They went out in the second half and applied everything we talked about and it was night and day between the halves. “They started...

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