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 By David Martin    Sports    September 19, 2019 

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,...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    September 19, 2019 

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...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    September 19, 2019 

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...

 

Swimmers take 1st at home meet

The Lady Wolves swim team took advantage of swimming at their home pool and came out on top of eight other teams attending their meet. On Friday and Saturday, the Green River High School Lady Wolves...

 

GRHS volleyball team picks up first win

It was another great learning experience for the Lady Wolves Volleyball team as they played several teams at a tournament this weekend. The Green River Lady Wolves traveled to Gillette to participate...

 

Golfers prepare for Jackson at Utah course

While the Green River High School golf team was scheduled to play in Riverton over the weekend, the team ended up preparing for this week’s competition in Jackson at Mountain Dell Golf Course in Uta...

 

GRHS runner takes 8th at Soda Springs invite

The Green River Cross Country team traveled to Soda Springs, Idaho, for the annual Cardinal Classic, which ended in one Lady Wolf taking a top 10 position at the meet. Madison Yoak took eighth in the...

 
 By Pete Rust    Sports    September 5, 2019

Wolves kick off season Friday

The Green River High School Wolves started their season Friday night with a non conference Jamboree scrimmage with Mountain View and Farson-Eden high schools.  The main varsity action, which...

 

Rough start to volleyball season

It was a bit of a rough start to the season for the Green River Lady Wolves Volleyball team as the team went winless at a tournament in Cokeville. However, despite the losses this weekend, the Lady...

 

Swimmers compete at Laramie meet

Laramie Results Team Scores 1. Laramie High School 2. Cheyenne Central High School 3. Green River High School 4. Kelly Walsh High School 5. Campbell County High School 200-yard medley relay 1. GRHS: Team A: Lauren Jensen, Hailey Uhrig, Lilly Munoz,...

 

Trails Days set

This year’s ninth annual Trail Day celebration will be like none ever hosted in Sweetwater County before. Brenda Skorcz of the Sweetwater Mountain Bike Association, said the group is honoring Wyomin...

 

Wolves defeat RS Tuesday

After weather forced a postponement for a home series against Rock Springs, the Green River High School tennis team traveled to Natrona County to take on both Kelly Walsh and Natrona over the...

 

Wolves cross country host 1st meet

The Green River High School cross country team started its season with what could be one of the most difficult runs they will face this season. The team hosted its annual invite competition Friday,...

 

GR golfers struggle in Rock Springs

The Green River High School golf team opened their season in Rock Springs at a tournament that saw a lightning delay Thursday. According to Wyopreps.com, the girls took sixth place at 338, trailing behind invite winner Kelly Walsh, Natrona, Cheyenne...

 

Horse racing area needs improvement

With live horse racing action starting this weekend in Sweetwater County, the owner of the company wanted to express how improvements to the live-racing facility would continue to grow the event. The...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    August 22, 2019

Wolves tennis starts in Jackson

While the school year started Wednesday, the Green River High School tennis team already competed before the first day of the school year. The Wolves traveled to Jackson Saturday. The girls swept the Jackson squad, led by a win by Gabrielle Heiser...

 

Marathoners compete in GR

The annual Run with the Horses 10K, half marathon and marathon events took place in Green River Saturday, attracting many locals and visitors. Men's 10K 1. Ryan Giles, 30, no residence given, 41:08.8...

 

Racers tear it up at speedway

Sweetwater Speedway results for Aug. 9-10 Aug. 9 IMCA Sport Modified 1. Danny Concelman, Colorado Springs, Colo. 2. David Pitt, Rock Springs 3. Brian Carey, Aztec, N.M. 4. Verlon Lee, Lyman 5. Jason...

 

Hunting applications increase

Wyoming is one of the best locations in the country for highly-sought big game, and each year the number of hunting applications the Wyoming Game and Fish Department receives increases. The May 2019 application deadline was no different, with higher...

 

WGFD program nets trophy fish

Anglers across Wyoming are catching trophy-sized fish, and lots of them. These fishermen and women have submitted more than 190 applications with photos, lengths and catch locations to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Master Angler program....

 

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