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  • Skyrocketing towards a golfing dream: Salas signs with Central Wyo.

    Hannah Romero, Editor|May 16, 2024

    Having golfed from the time she started walking, Isabell Salas is now walking out of the Green River High School Golf program with shattered records and piles of accolades behind her. And her next steps are taking her towards a future in the sport she loves. Isabel recently signed her letter of intent to golf at Central Wyoming College in Riverton. "I definitely had other options, some may say better options," Isabell admitted. "But I met Coach Neuman for the first time mid-winter this year,...

  • Wolves Soccer wins Powell, loses to Cody

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|May 16, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Boys Soccer team headed to Powell to play a conference game against the Panthers on Friday. It was a close game during the first half, with no goals made by either team. In the second half, the Wolves scored two goals and won the game with a final score of 2-0. Leading the team were Irie Kuball and Jaxon Morris with one goal each, along with Braxton Doak and Stone Rubeck with one assist each. Doak and Maddux Hintz had six shots each during the game, while Kuball took four...

  • Lady Wolves lose to tough teams, prepare for State

    May 16, 2024

    By HANNAH ROMERO, Editor Wrapping up their conference season, the Lady Wolves faced two tough games on the road, taking on but ultimately losing to Powell and Cody. Last Friday, the Green River High School Girls Soccer team headed to Powell to play the Lady Panthers. While Green River had beaten Powell twice earlier in the season, they knew going up against them again would be challenging. And with Powell making adjustments and shifting some of their players around, they made defense a bit more...

  • Track and Field teams pick up State qualifiers, P.R.s at Regionals

    Pete Rust, Contributor|May 16, 2024

    The Green River High School Boys and Girls Track and Field teams competed in the 4A West Regional Tournament this past week at Rock Springs High School, with decent weather for the first time since earlier in the season. Teams in the 4A West include Kelly Walsh, Star Valley, Cody, Evanston, Rock Springs, Jackson, Riverton and Green River. For both the girls and boys teams, Green River finished in sixth place in the overall team results. While Green River had a number of competitors pre-qualify...

  • Girls Soccer beats Pinedale, prepares for last games

    Hannah Romero, Editor|May 9, 2024

    With another decisive victory under their belt, the Lady Wolves are now looking forward to the last two games of the conference season and what those games could mean for their position in the State tournament. The Green River High School Girls Soccer team headed to Pinedale last Friday to take on the Lady Wranglers. After having beaten Pinedale at the start of the season, the Lady Wolves came away with an even greater victory this time, winning 11-0. Even with such a strong score, it was still...

  • Wolves take down Wranglers

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|May 9, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Soccer team have had an outstanding season. They have won eleven games this year and have lost two. Nine of the wins were conference games which has currently set them up as the number one team in the 3A West Conference. "The boys have worked really hard," explained Assistant Coach Greg Doak when asked about being ranked number one in the 3A West. "Us coaches have put a lot of thought and effort into getting the boys to this point, but ultimately, they're the ones that are...

  • Track and Field gets P.R.s, prepares for Regionals

    Pete Rust, Contributor|May 9, 2024

    In another tune up meet before Regionals, the Green River High School Track and Field team took part in the Jeff Hereford Invitational Track Meet in Mountain View this past Tuesday, April 30. The Wolves competed along with teams from Rock Springs, Cokeville, Evanston, Lyman, Big Piney and host Mountain View. A number of competitors did not make the trip for the Wolves due to various scheduling conflicts. There were, however, a number of competitors who achieved their personal records for the...

  • Green River Wolves Softball loses to Worland and Cody

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|May 9, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team traveled to play a doubleheader against the Worland Warriors on Friday. The first game of the day was the conference game. The Wolves had the lead in the first inning, scoring three runs to the Warriors's two. In the third inning, Worland pulled ahead, scoring three runs. In the fifth inning, the Wolves tied up the game but were unable to keep the lead when Worland scored two more runs. In the sixth inning, Worland kept the lead, scoring five more runs. The...

  • Champion swimmer signs with Grizzlies

    Hannah Romero, Editor|May 2, 2024

    One of the Lady Wolves' championship swimmers will be jumping into the water in Colorado. Green River High School Senior Brianna Uhrig recently signed her letter of intent to swim for the Grizzlies at Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Uhrig explained that she had reached out to a few different colleges as she considered where to go. Adams State responded and she got to take a tour of the school. "I really enjoyed the campus and the area, and the coach is awesome," Uhrig said. "And...

  • Wolves Soccer continues their winning spree

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|May 2, 2024

    The Green River Wolves are on fire, as they won two more conference games over the weekend and remain on top in the 3A West Division despite their loss to Lander on Tuesday. They had won their eighth consecutive conference win of the season, and then had an unfortunate loss to the Lander Tigers. On Friday, the Wolves hosted a conference game against the Lyman Eagles. During the first half of the game, Green River scored four goals while Lyman was unable to put the ball in the net. Green River...

  • Lady Wolves are "controlling their own destiny"

    Hannah Romero, Editor|May 2, 2024

    With three more wins added to their record, the Lady Wolves are headed toward their goal of competing at State. Over the weekend, the Green River High School Girls Soccer team faced off with the same teams they played the weekend before, only this time they got to play on their own turf. "We definitely played a lot better in both games than we did on the previous weekend," Head Coach Matthew Robles said. On Friday, Green River hosted a game against the Lyman Lady Eagles. While the coaches...

  • Wolves Track and Field athletes keep improving performances

    Pete Rust, Contributor|May 2, 2024

    On Tuesday, April 23, the Green Rivers High School Boys and Girls Track and Field team traveled west to Evanston High School to compete in the Rick and Wendy Schuler Invitational with Mountain View, Kemmerer, Star Valley, Pinedale, Rock Springs, Lyman and the host Evanston. The meet was another opportunity for the individual competitors to improve their performances and try to qualify for post-season competition. Coach Hanson was pleased with the results as a number of both boys and girls...

  • Wolves Softball struggles with errors, loses to Rock Springs Tigers

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|May 2, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team hosted their last home game against the Rock Springs Tigers last Thursday. At the beginning of the game, both teams were playing strong and neither team was able to score. The Tigers took off in the second inning, scoring one run while Green River couldn't bring a runner home. The Tigers kept the momentum going, scoring two runs in the third inning, five runs in the fourth inning and four runs in the seventh inning. Green River scored one run in the seventh i...

  • Rick Carroll will retire from coaching basketball

    Staff Report|Apr 25, 2024

    Sweetwater County School District No. 2 recently announced that Rick Carroll, the Green River High School Girls' Basketball Head Coach, is retiring from his position. Carroll has coached various sports during his tenure in Green River, with his most recent stint being the Girls' Basketball coach. He was the girls' head coach for 19 years, coaching from 1991-1999 and again from 2015-2024. In a span from 1993-97, his girls teams were 118-24. His overall girls' record was 253-207, which is a total...

  • Track and Field athletes hold their own at home

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Apr 25, 2024

    This past Friday, the Green River High School Boys and Girls Track and Field team hosted their only home meet of the season, the Green River Triangular. It was also Senior Recognition day. The Wolves competed with Rock Springs and Jackson in 17 events for the girls and 18 for the boys. Green River finished second in both the boys and the girls competition, holding their own against Jackson, who has approximately 100 more students than Green River, and Rock Springs, who has over 700 more...

  • Wolves Softball beats Kelly Walsh and Worland

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Apr 25, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team hosted a conference game against the Natrona County Fillies last Friday. It was an intense first two innings as the score was held 0-0. The Wolves scored two runs in the third inning as Natrona was held to zero. Natrona scored four runs in the fourth inning and took the lead. The Wolves got into some trouble with some errors on the field and couldn't recover. Natrona continued to score while Green River was unable to bring another runner home. Green River los...

  • Wolves Soccer team ranked number one in 3A West

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Apr 25, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Boys Soccer team continues to win games! The Wolves have won seven consecutive games, six of which were conference games. Green River is ranked first in the 3A West Conference, followed by Cody in second place and Powell in third place. "I don't look at that too much. I just worry about each game," said Head Coach Josh Webb when asked about being ranked first. "But it's awesome!" On Friday, Green River traveled to Lyman to take on the Eagles. The Wolves dominated the...

  • Lady Wolves Soccer team fights for wins

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Apr 25, 2024

    The Lady Wolves fought hard to pull off challenging back-to-back wins on the road last weekend. The Green River High School Girls Soccer team traveled to face off against both Lyman and Mountain View. While the team struggled with mistakes, injuries, and difficulty doing their best, they pulled off game-winning goals once it got down to the wire. "We didn't play particularly well in either game," Head Coach Matthew Robles admitted. Still, he added, "A win's a win, no matter how ugly it is, so we...

  • Top GRHS basketball player signs letter of intent to play for Trappers

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Apr 18, 2024

    One of Green River High School's top basketball players is getting ready to take the next step in his athletic career. Theran Archibald recently signed his letter of intent to play basketball for the Trappers at Northwest College in Powell. Archibald, who is a senior this year, said he weighed his options when it came to choosing a college. He was able to visit Northwest recently and had the opportunity to talk with the coach and play with the team. "I really like the coach and the program,"...

  • Wolves earn fifth consecutive win this season

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Apr 18, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Soccer team had a fantastic weekend on the field, winning two more conference games. The Wolves are playing very strong this year and have shown their determination and skills every game they've played. A lot of their success so far has been attributed to their ability to work together as a team. On Friday, the Wolves hosted a conference game against the Powell Panthers. Green River dominated the game, scoring two goals in the first half and one goal in the second half....

  • Lady Wolves beat Powell, face two tough losses

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Apr 18, 2024

    The Green River High School Girls Soccer team had a difficult weekend of competition, going up against tough teams and facing close calls and hard losses. The weekend started out stressful but still positive when the Lady Wolves took on Powell last Friday. At the start of the season, Green River beat the notoriously strong Lady Panthers during the Pinnacle Cup Soccer Tournament in Worland. Facing Powell at home, the competition was kicked up a notch. "They were better at pressing our midfield in...

  • Wolves Track and Field gets first place finishes in Big Piney

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Apr 18, 2024

    The Green River High School Track and Field Team traveled to the "Icebox Capital of the World" this past Friday for the Puncher Invite in Big Piney. It was one of the better weather days of this spring, with temperatures reaching 65 degrees there although it was windy. Teams competing included the host Big Piney, Green River, Mountain View, Kemmerer, Dubois, Evanston, Farson/Eden, Pinedale, Lyman, Ft. Washakie, Shoshoni, Star Valley and Western Heritage Lutheran Academy. The Green River boys...

  • Wolves Softball struggles with errors, loses to Rock Springs Tigers

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Apr 18, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team traveled to play a doubleheader against the Rock Springs Tigers last Thursday. During the first game, the Wolves struggled with some errors and bringing their runners home. Green River was unable to score in the first three innings of the game, while Rock Springs got on the board in the second inning with three runs. The Tigers continued to bring in the runs and outscored Green River for the rest of the game. The Wolves lost with a final score of 2-8....

  • Wolves Softball team fights strong winds Friday, games canceled on Saturday

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Apr 11, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Softball team battled the strong winds last Friday as they took on the Cody Fillies. Their first game of the day was their conference game. The Wolves held Cody from scoring in the first two innings, and the score stayed 0-0. During the third inning, Cody scored four runs while Green River was unable to score. Cody kept bringing in the runs during the rest of the game, while the Wolves still struggled to score. Green River scored two runs during the game and lost with a...

  • Track and Field team competes with wind and 12 teams in Rock Springs

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Apr 11, 2024

    Despite the strong winds of 30-40 miles per hour with gusts over 50 miles per hour, 12 Southwest Wyoming high school track teams showed their Wyoming grit and came up with some fine performances this past Friday at the Rock Springs High School’s Tiger Stadium at the Ted Schroeder “Meet of Hope.” Teams competing included the host Rock Springs as well as Green River, Lyman, Mountain View, Kemmerer, Big Piney, Pinedale, Farson/Eden, Little Snake River, Encampment and Evanston. Over 100 competitors participated in some events. The girls finished fi...

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