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  • Wolves take a loss in Jackson

    David Martin, Editor|Oct 7, 2015

    Head coach Don Maggi's prediction about Jackson Hole's Theo Dawson causing problems for the Wolves football team came true last week. Dawson, who posted more than 300 yards against Green River Friday night, was the primary work horse involved in Jackson's 26-15 victory. Maggi said Green River competed well against the Broncs and worked hard at containing Dawson, which held the teams to a tie game during the first half. The two teams played in wet, rainy conditions in Jackson Hole Friday night....

  • Marchals win state tennis in Gillette

    Lillian Palmer, Staff Reporter|Oct 7, 2015

    GRHS Varsity boys tennis ended their season triumphantly. The boys team took fourth place at State, with 30 points. Gillette took first. Second was Jackson and third was Cheyenne Central. GRHS boys number two doubles duo, Patrick and Gregory Marchal won first place at State, for number two doubles' Championship Bracket. "When we won it, we were really thrilled," Gregory Marchal said. "We were trying to be optimistic but we didn't think we'd go as far as we did ... I fell over I was so excited."...

  • Lady Wolves take Riverton

    Lillian Palmer, Staff Reporter|Oct 7, 2015

    The GRHS Volleyball team came away this week with a win and a loss. They started off the week on Tuesday with a loss against Evanston, but picked up their game again against Riverton and won. The game against Riverton went on for five sets; Green River winning three of the five. "It was really good. It was five sets, so we had to fight a lot, and I think they showed a really good job of fighting through some things," Coach Rikki Shantz said. "I feel like that game got our defense back on...

  • Swimmers prep for Gillette Invite

    Lillian Palmer, Staff Reporter|Oct 7, 2015

    GRHS girls swimmers have put up a tough fight against competitors so far. This weekend, they swam against Cheyenne East and Laramie, and lost. “We had some OK swims,” Coach Coleen Seiloff said. “I think the girls have been working really hard and they’re tired, and so they’re swimming the way that we expect them to at this time of the year.” Laramie is a really competitive team this year, Seiloff said. They are good competition. “They are pretty comparable to us I think, as far as quality goes,...

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