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 By David Martin    Sports    December 12, 2018 

Boys start season with 3 wins

The Green River High School boys basketball team started their season in strong fashion after earning three wins during a tournament in Riverton. The boys defeated Cheyenne South 63-49, Cody 67-46...

 

Girls earn 3 wins in tournament play

This weekend the Lady Wolves basketball team won three games in a row on the road. The Lady Wolves traveled to Casper for the Casper Invite and played Natrona County, Cody and Laramie during the...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    December 12, 2018 

Wrestlers take 2nd place in Evanston

The Green River High School wrestling team started the season strong with a second-place finish in Evanston over the weekend. The Wolves scored 202.5 points during the tournament, coming up short against Spring Creek High School from Nevada and its...

 

Boys swim takes 1st in Laramie

The Wolves swimming team took first place in the Laramie pentathlon and third in the Laramie relays. Diving and assistant coach Rick Barker said the team traveled to Laramie and competed in relays...

 

Wolves return to the court

The boys basketball team will lean on its leadership to have a good season this year. "Our seniors work together like a well-oiled machine," head coach Laurie Ivie said. "Together, they make each...

 

Wrestlers prep for Evanston tourney

Head wresting coach Josh Wisniewski is looking forward to the upcoming wrestling season. While Wisniewski admits he doesn't have anyone competing at the heavy weight division this year, he's confident...

 

The Lady Wolves are ready

The Lady Wolves basketball team has been hitting the courts for the past couple of weeks to prepare for the season. "We have a lot of girls that have come out to play basketball this year," head...

 

Indoor track: building better athletes

For head indoor track coach Dan Hansen, the upcoming season isn’t about winning a state championship. Hansen said he wants the team to improve on its performance last year at State, when the Wolves...

 

Flaming Gorge Classic scheduled

The upcoming Flaming Gorge Classic Basketball Tournament is sure to bring excitement to Green River’s basketball fans Dec. 13-15. The Green River High School athletics office released a schedule for the tournament Friday morning and will pit the...

 

Ready to make a splash

The Green River Wolves swimming team is training hard for their first meet. Diving and assistant coach Rick Barker said this year there are about 26 swimmers and four divers who have decided to join...

 

Cowgirls earn win over Mont. State

A career-high-tying 27 points from senior Marta Gomez and an inspired combined performance from Wyoming’s two centers, senior Bailee Cotton and freshman Tereza Vitulova, powered the Cowgirls to a 66-58 win over Montana State Tuesday night....

 

Cowboys beat New Mexico Lobos 31-3 Saturday

Senior Nico Evans and redshirt freshman Xazavian Valladay combined for 334 rushing yards to lead the Cowboys (6-6 overall, 4-2 MW) past New Mexico, 31-3 on Saturday afternoon in Dreamstyle Stadium in Albuquerque, N.M. Wyoming is now Bowl Eligible...

 

GRHS grad receives honors

A Green River High School graduate is making a name for himself on the collegiate level in cross country. Braden Reichl, who is a sophomore at the D-2 school Michigan Tech University, was recognized f...

 

Wolves earn coaches' recognition

Five Wolves received All Conference honors in football, with three making All State, according to a list released by the Wyoming Coaches Association. Erik Gwaltney, Kyle Ivie, Anthony Johnson,...

 

Volleyball players honored

Two Lady Wolves volleyball players were named All-Conference, while one was also named All-State. Katie Banks was named both to All Conference and All State, while Madelyn Heiser was named to All...

 

Triathlon race will continue

While the race director for the Race on the Rock Triathlon will be stepping down, the event will continue. Outgoing race director Traci Ciepiela will be replaced with Cate Miller of Rock Springs. Miller is a triathlete, as well as a military...

 

City hosts volleyball tourney

The city will host its annual Tough Turkey Volleyball Tournament this weekend at the Green River Recreation Center. According to Kevin Sadler, recreation supervisor at the GRRC, 16 teams will compete...

 

Swimmers take 2nd at state

The Lady Wolves Swimming Team showed they had what it took to swim with the big schools and came home with a second-place finish. During the meet, the several Lady Wolves broke school records....

 

Volleyball season ends in RS

It wasn't the ending the Lady Wolves volleyball team wanted. The Lady Wolves, who were ranked No. 2 in the Southwest quadrant, didn't advance to state. During regional play, which took place in Rock...

 

Team sends 17 to state swim meet

Seventeen Lady Wolves swimmers will travel to Laramie this week for the state competition. Of the 17, 14 qualified for state, while three are going as alternates. Head coach Colleen Seiloff said they...

 

Wolves' season ends in Cody

Despite a strong showing by the Wolves, their football season ended in Cody Friday night, losing their final game against the defending state champions 24-20. While the game started with a scoreless...

 

Swimmers take 2nd in conferences

The Lady Wolves Swimming team continues to improve their times each week. This week was no different when they broke records and qualified another swimmer for state while at Conferences at Kelly...

 

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