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 By Staff Report    Sports    July 11, 2018

Troubles force Taylor into pits

A promising beginning of the night ended with Zac Taylor sitting in the pits because of mechanical problems in the Todd Henry owned midget last Saturday at I-76 Speedway. “Todd replaced all the crank triggers and in the heat we thought we finally...


Wyo. hunting applications increase

Wyoming remains one of the most sought-after hunting destinations in the West. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department saw another increase in hunting applications from both residents and non-residents alike for the May 31 limited quota draw. Overall,...


Cowboy is first alternate in qualifier

It was an outstanding day for the University of Wyoming golf program on Tuesday as Cowboy John Murdock finished as the first alternate in the U.S. Amateur Qualifier played at UW’s Glenn “Red” Jacoby Golf Course. Murdock, a Laramie native,... Full story


Former cowboys compete in Las Vegas

A trio of former Cowboys in Josh Adams, Hayden Dalton and Alan Herndon will converge on the Las Vegas Strip next week for the MGM Resorts NBA Summer League. Adams will play for the Dallas Mavericks for the second-straight season with Dalton suiting...


Cowgirls compete in European tournament

Current Cowgirl basketball player Selale Kepenc will represent her home country of Turkey while incoming freshmen Karla Erjavec and Tereza Vitulova have been selected to represent their home countries of Croatia and Czech Republic in the upcoming...

 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    June 13, 2018

Bieber named Coach of the Year

The best season in Green River High School boys soccer history had ended with a 4A West Coach of the Year award for head coach Chris Bieber. The award is Bieber’s third recognition as Coach of the... Full story

 By Staff Report    Sports    June 13, 2018

Racer takes 2nd, 2 top-5 finishes

Green River’s Zac Taylor took second in his ASCS Frontier Region debut at Gillette Thunder Speedway June 1. “For our first sprint car race of the season with a new engine, I couldn’t be more excited,” Taylor said. “It was a phenomenal... Full story


Kids Fishing Day set for June 16

There is plenty to do on Father’s Day weekend, including bringing a son or daughter to the annual kids fishing day in Rock Springs. The Rock Springs Kids Fishing Day will take place 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., June 16, at Wataha Park Pond (also referred to...

 By Staff Report    Sports    May 30, 2018

County swimmers take state title

Swimmers from the Sweetwater Aquatics Team earned a state championship earlier this year. The swimmers competed at the 2018 winter championships representing both Green River and Rock Springs. The...

 By David Martin    Sports    May 23, 2018

Wolves soccer finishes 3rd

Falling short of their goal to take the state title this year, the Green River High School boys soccer team still showed they were a strong squad in Jackson. The boys took third at State, finishing...

 By Pete Rust    Sports    May 23, 2018

Track team comes back with 1 champ

Green River’s track team has a state champion after the final meet of the year. Green River traveled to Kelly Walsh High School in Casper with 18 qualifiers, eight girls and 10 boys, to compete in the 2018 Wyoming State Outdoor Track Championships...


Local runners compete in Ogden Marathon

Six local runners traveled to Ogden, Utah for the annual Ogden Marathon. In the 5k race, John Pawleska took first place in the 65-69 age group, with a time of 25:34. Terry Pawleska finished second in the same division with a time of 39:18. In the...


Soccer season ends

The Lady Wolves soccer team's season ended Thursday night with a loss in overtime to Natrona County. The loss at regionals will leave the Lady Wolves out of State, which takes place this weekend....

 By David Martin    Sports    May 16, 2018

Wolves take regional title

A tough weekend of competition, ending with a nail-biting conclusion against the Rock Springs Tigers, saw the Wolves take the regional championship Saturday evening. The Wolves earned the first seed...

 By Pete Rust    Sports    May 16, 2018

Track prepares for state meet

The Green River Track team traveled to Jackson to compete in the 4A West Regionals in less than ideal weather. Teams from Evanston, Rock Springs, Jackson, Natrona and Kelly Walsh also competed at the meet. The top eight finishers qualify for State,...

 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    May 9, 2018

Wolves get top tourney seed

The Wolves are in a great spot heading into regionals. Ending a four-game road series with four wins, the Wolves are top seed coming into the tournament this weekend. With that, they're given an autom...


Lady Wolves have winless weekend

The Lady Wolves soccer team wrapped up its regular season games with two losses. On Friday the team took on Natrona County High School and lost, 7-2. Head coach Tracy Wyant said the Lady Wolves she...

 By DAVID MARTIN    Sports    May 9, 2018

Wolves tennis team wraps spring season

The Green River High School tennis team had the chance to play their last few matches of the season under clear skies and warm weather last week. Playing Rawlins Thursday afternoon, the Wolves had a...

 By PETE RUST    Sports    May 9, 2018

GRHS track team gears up for Regionals

In Green River’s last meet before Regionals next week, the Wolves warmed up with some fine performances at home against Lyman High School. For the girls, senior Natasha Young set a personal record in the shot put, taking second behind the top throw...

 By David Martin    Sports    May 2, 2018

Boys win 2 on the road

The Wolves notched up two more wins over the weekend, defeating both Evanston and Jackson on the road. The Wolves shut out the Red Devils 2-0 Friday evening, then came home and hit the road again to...


Lady Wolves find victory over Evanston

While on the road, the Lady Wolves soccer team picked up their second conference win, but then lost one on Saturday. On Friday, the Lady Wolves traveled to Evanston to take on the Lady Red Devils and...

 By Pete Rust    Sports    May 2, 2018

High school track team busy with weekend meets

The Green River High School track team split up last week as eight competitors traveled north to the Casper Classic, while a number of the remaining members competed at the Mountain Man Invitational in Pinedale. The Classic is a meet in which...


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