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Wolves slay Red Devils

With the 14-7 win over Evanston, the Wolves are still in the running for a possible playoff game. The Wolves started off receiving the ball and Isaac Ruiz brought the ball out for a 21-yard return,...

 

Volleyball team drops 2 more games

The Lady Wolves have had a couple of tough competitors, but that won’t stop them from continuing to improve each game. Last week, the Lady Wolves took on Cheyenne East and lost in three sets,...

 

Swimmers take 1st in Rock Springs pool

The Lady Wolves Swim and Dive team didn't have to travel far to take first place this weekend. Saturday the Lady Wolves competed in Rock Springs and came in first out of four teams. Even though the te...

 

Cross country team improves times in Rock Springs

Green River High School’s cross country runners are preparing for Regionals at Natrona County High School in Casper. During the past two weeks of competition, both Greg Sherwin and Madison Yoak placed high in competition, with the two earning top 1...

 

Lady swimmers earn 4 wins

The Lady Wolves swim team won four of the five duals they competed in this weekend in Green River. On Friday, the Green River High School Lady Wolves swimming and diving team competed against...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    October 10, 2019

Wolves football takes loss in Jackson

The Wolves football had a tough loss against Jackson last Friday falling, 47-0. The 1-3 Green River Wolves traveled to Jackson this past Friday to take on the 2-2 Jackson Broncs and the states leading rusher 5’ 8” 160 lb. senior Jaden Cox who is...

 

New dance club performs at games

An idea quickly turned into a team of 41 dancers performing at middle-school football games. Green River High School dance coach Debi Kovick, who has been coaching the high school team for 5 years,...

 

Tennis coach receives 5th conference award

Green River High School’s head tennis coach Phil Harder was honored with the South Conference Girls Coach of the Year award after the conference tournament in Cheyenne Sept. 20. The award is his...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    October 3, 2019

Wolves shut out by Star Valley

The Wolves football team fell Friday, 22-0 to a tough and undefeated Star Valley team. Star Valley started the game with a good 22-yard kickoff return, which put the ball on the 32-yard line to start...

 

GR golfers learn much at state competition

Five Green River students recently attended the State golf tournament and came home with an experience they will remember. “State was actually pretty fun for us,” head coach Karyl Eyre said....

 

Tennis team battles elements at state

The Green River tennis teams not only had to compete against their opponents at State this weekend, but the weather. According to head coach Phil Harder, on Thursday the weather was great for tennis,...

 

Swimmers grab two more 1st-place finishes

The Lady Wolves swimming and diving team continues to improve each week and this week they came home with two first-place finishes. Last Thursday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Big Piney and Evanston...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 26, 2019

Wolves win Homecoming game

Green River Wolves football team defeated the Torrington Trailblazers, 14-7, for its first win of season. On a windy, rainy and chilly game at Wolves Stadium before a large homecoming crowd junior...

 

Lady Wolves Volleyball team wins 1, loses 1

The Green River Lady Wolves volleyball team split the week with a win and a loss while at home. The Lady Wolves will have one more home game against Evanston on Thursday at 6 p.m., before they travel...

 

Swimmers take 1st

The Lady Wolves swim team came out on top in two competitions this past week. Last Thursday, the Green River High School Lady Wolves came in first at the Rock Springs High School swim meet. On...

 

Tennis team takes 2nd at regionals

Both the Wolves and Lady Wolves tennis teams took second at Regionals this past weekend. “Regionals played out like I thought it would based on our season results,” head coach Phil Harder said. Th...

 

GRHS has 2-1 tennis weekend

The three Cheyenne tennis teams visited Green River Friday and Saturday, ending with two victories for the Wolves. The competitions also represented the last conference matches for the season. Head...

 

Wolves lose on the road

The Wolves football team might have played better this week against Rawlins, but the Outlaws still pulled out a win, 18-7. The Rawlins Outlaws received the ball first and quickly marched down the...

 

Lady Wolves swimming earn 3 pool dual wins

The Green River swimmers continue to improve each time they get in the pool to compete. This time, the Lady Wolves traveled to Laramie and Cheyenne to compete in duals against Laramie, Cheyenne East,...

 

Golfers prep for state tournament

The Green River High School golf team had some success during competition, including top ten finishes for both boys and girls players. During the first day at Shooting Star Country Club, Drew Gibson placed fourth with 84 strokes, a number that...

 

Runners' times improve in cross country races

The Green River High School cross country team had a chance to try the course set up for the State track meet in Afton Oct. 26 during the Wyoming State Preview over the weekend. A total of 17 schools...

 

Fantastic week for tennis teams

Visits to Rock Springs and Rawlins last week ended almost perfectly for the Green River High School tennis team. Between the two competitions, the Wolves only lost one match. The team sweep Rawlins...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 12, 2019

GRHS football season starts with close loss

The Green River Wolves football team started off the season with a close loss to Lander. Last Friday, Green River traveled to Lander to play its season opener and lost 10-7. After two running plays, the Wolves fumbled the ball on third down and gave...

 

New coach named for Lady Wolves soccer team

He may be the new head coach for the Lady Wolves Soccer team, but everyone associated with the program already knows him. Chris Nielsen was officially named the Green River High School Lady Wolves...

 

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