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Snowstorm limits wrestling team's final duals

The final week of duals for the Green River High School wrestling team resulted in less competition that the team and coaches were hoping for, but that isn’t stopping them from being ready for the...

 

Girls lose to Cody Saturday

Following a canceled game against Riverton Friday, the Green River High School girls basketball team took a narrow loss Saturday against Cody. The girls fell 46-40 to Cody in a low-scoring game where...

 

Wrestlers regroup after Star Valley loss

The Wolves are dusting themselves off following a 50-12 loss to Star Valley at home Friday evening. Early on, the Wolves fell behind as the individual losses mounted, resulting in Green River being...

 

Wolves, Lady Wolves basketball teams see winning week

The Green River High School basketball teams had winning weeks after taking on the Rock Springs Tigers Thursday and the Natrona County Mustangs Saturday. The boys earned a 58-52 win over Rock Springs...

 

Wolves swim team prepares for last chance meet Thursday

One more week for the Wolves swimming and diving team to hit an incredible milestone -- 100% qualification for the State swim meet. So far, 18 of the 19 members have qualified for various events and...

 

Swimmers compete in Laramie, Cheyenne

Laramie Duals, Jan. 29 200-yard medley relay 1. GRHS A (Jake Probst, Jason Richmond, Ryan Fischer, Araya Finley), 1:47.96 6. GRHS B (Lander Welch, Devin Bobbit, Cole Gilmore, Tyler Luth), 2:05.05...

 

Lady Wolves notch another win in Star Valley

The Green River High School Girls Basketball Team are 3-0 in their conference after a win against Star Valley Saturday. The Lady Wolves traveled to Afton for the game, which ended 36-30 in favor of...

 

Tired and swimming strong

With a few weeks left in the season, the Green River High School boys swimming and diving team are competing tired, but continue to impress head coach Colleen Seiloff. "They're kind of exceeding...

 

Lady Wolves defeat Lady Broncs Saturday

The Lady Wolves are 2-0 in their quadrant following a win at home against the Jackson Lady Broncs Saturday. The Lady Wolves shown themselves to be an overwhelming force as they played, ending the...

 

Wolves host Thoman tourney

Monday afternoon, head coach Josh Wisniewski was having his boys work on their bridging. "Keep your shoulders off the mat," he ordered as they worked through the drills. "Try to stay in your bridge."...

 

Swimmers continue to excel

With six weeks until the end of their season, the Green River High School Boys Swimming and Diving Team continue to push themselves in the pool. Head coach Colleen Seiloff said the boys are swimming...

 

Wrestlers stand tall to RS

The Wolves wrestling team had a successful week of competition, with the JV squad defeating a team from Wind River High School and the varsity boys taking down the Rock Springs Tigers at a home dual....

 

Wolves look to rebound at Thunder Basin Thursday

The weekend of basketball competition following the long holiday break didn’t go how the Wolves would have hoped. Competing in Cheyenne over the weekend, the Wolves left the state’s capital with...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    January 6, 2021

Swim team competes at Laramie meet

While other sports had the opportunity to take a break over the holidays, the Green River High School Swimming and Diving Team hit the road to compete in meets in Laramie and at Cheyenne East Dec....

 

Cowboys fall to Fresno State 81-61 Monday night

The Wyoming Cowboys struggled from the field in an 81-61 loss to Fresno State on Monday evening in the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif. Wyoming shot 39 percent from the field for the lowest total of the season. The Bulldogs also held the Pokes to...

 

Shed antler collection deadline approaches

For many sections of public lands in western and southern Wyoming, the shed antler and horn hunting collection closure is approaching. The annual closure for sections of public land, state land and Wyoming Game and Fish Commission wildlife habitat...

 

Game and fish dept. reviews 2020 accomplishments

As we approach the end of a year unlike any other, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is proud to reflect on some of our top accomplishments over the year. Notably, the Department worked tirelessly to conserve more than 800 species of fish and...

 

Girls win 2 at Flaming Gorge Classic

The Lady Wolves are riding high after a winning weekend at the Flaming Gorge Classic. The Lady Wolves beat back a late-game rally from Gillette High School Friday, earning a 44-42 win. Saturday...

 

Boys break even at tourney

The Wolves faced strong teams from Gillette and Kelly Walsh during the Flaming Gorge Classic tournament they hosted in Green River, with the boys coming up short against the team from Campbell...

 

More swimmers qualify for State

A long weekend of competition may have exhausted the Wolves swimming and diving team, but they continued to impress, qualifying four additional swimmers for the State meet. The qualifiers are Cole...

 

Green River wrestlers leave Gillette 2-4

The last week may not have gone the way the Wolves wrestling team wanted, but they continue to make gains early in the season. The boys took on Mountain View Wednesday, winning the dual at the end the night. Members of the team then traveled to...

 

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