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 By David Martin    Sports    January 22, 2020 

B-ball teams play in GR Thurs.

The Green River High School boys and girls basketball teams went to Gillette Friday to take on Thunder Basin in a non-conference game. Both teams left with a loss. The boys’ game ended 81-57, while...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    January 22, 2020 

Coach pleased with swimmers

Head swimming coach Colleen Seiloff continues to be pleased with her boys performance. The Wolves swimming and diving team competed at Cheyenne South Friday and in Laramie Saturday during a trip to...

 

Cowboys fall to Fresno State in 65-50 loss

From the University of Wyoming The Wyoming Cowboys struggled from the field in a 65-50 loss to Fresno State on Saturday afternoon in the Arena-Auditorium. The Bulldogs recorded 21 second chance points and 19 points off of turnovers, but Cowboys...

 

Cowgirls take loss from Fresno State in 89-59 effort

From the University of Wyoming The Cowgirls got caught behind early as Fresno State (14-4, 7-0 MW) rode a hot shooting night to defeat Wyoming (8-9, 4-4 MW) by a final score of 89-59. The Cowgirls were unable to hand league-leading Fresno State its...

 

Wyo. native to play in Senior Bowl

From the University of Wyoming Wyoming native and former Cowboy linebacker Logan Wilson will be one of the select college football players who will play in the 2020 Reese’s Senior Bowl this coming Saturday, Jan. 25. The game will be played at Ladd-...

 

Wrage no longer football coach

Marty Wrage is no longer the head football coach for Green River High School. A press release issued by Athletics Director Tony Beardsley announced Wrage would not be returning to the role in 2020. Wrage still is an assistant coach for the high...

 

Boys dominate Rock Springs swim meet

The Wolves were on top at the end of a swim meet in Rock Springs over the weekend. The Wolves scored 346 points by the end of the competition, securing a commanding lead over second-place Rock...

 

Basketball teams compete at Taco Johns invite

The Wolves and Lady Wolves traveled to Eastern Wyoming over the weekend to compete in the Taco Johns tournament hosted in Cheyenne and Laramie. The boys struggled throughout the tournament, losing clo...

 

Taylor competes in Chili Bowl nationals this week

Zac Taylor is heading into his fifth run at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals presented by General Tire held inside the River Spirit Expo Center in Tulsa, Okla., this week better prepared and more confident than ever. Last year's Chili Bowl...

 

WGFD sees record Cutt-Slam achievements in 2019

From the Wyoming Game and Fish Department It was a record year for one of the most sought-after achievements for anglers in Wyoming. A total of 144 anglers completed the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cutt-Slam in 2019. Established in 1996,...

 
 By Staff Report    Sports    January 8, 2020

Swimming results for Lander surprise meet

Due to closed roads, the many swimming teams were unable to go to a scheduled meet in Laramie. The Wolves ended up competing in a Lander meet scheduled to allow teams a chance to compete. Green River competed against Lander, Riverton and Rawlins in...

 

Wolves win at Thoman tourney

The Wolves wrestling squad took first in the platinum group at Bill Thoman Soda Ash tournament hosted in Green River Friday and Saturday. During pool competition Friday, the Wolves came out on top in...

 

Pokes drop Border War game

From the University of Wyoming The Wyoming Cowboys struggled shooting from the field in a 72-61 loss to Colorado State on Saturday afternoon in Moby Arena in Fort Collins, Colo. in the first Border war matchup of the season. The Pokes were led in...

 
 By David Martin    Sports    January 8, 2020

Pickleball gains fans in GR

A growing sport, combining aspects of tennis, ping-pong and badminton, has earned fans in Green River. Pickleball might not be a sport many people are familiar with, but anyone going to the Green...

 

Success follows GRHS in 2019

Green River High School athletics experienced seasons of success and heartbreak throughout 2019. Regardless of the records, athletes gave it their all regardless of the sport they played. Boys...

 

Boys see successes in GR

After two weeks and eight games, the Green River High School boys basketball team will continue working on refining its game as the group heads into the Christmas break. They're also looking forward...

 

Wrestlers compete at Wasatch Intermountain Duals in Utah

Round 1 113 - Dominic Martinez (Green River) over Thomas Dalton, Fall, 0:00 120 - Hunter Davis (Green River) over Austin Kelly, Dec., 5-2 126 - Trayson Davis over Nathan Campos (Green River), Fall, 0:48 132 - Kade Knezovich (Green River) over Noah...

 

Girls win games at Flaming Gorge Classic

The Lady Wolves had a fantastic weekend at the Flaming Gorge Classic tournament, winning the four games they competed in. The Green River High Shcool girls basketball team will have a chance to rest...

 

3 qualify for state swim meet

The Green River High School boys swimming and diving team might be young, but they’ve shown themselves to be very competitive in the pool. The team traveled to Gillette last week to compete in the...

 

Wolves will heat up the court this season

Over the past few seasons, the Green River High School boys basketball team have continually improved. Last year, they made their first appearance at State since 2009 and head coach Laurie Ivie and...

 

Swimmers prepare for last 4A season

The Green River High School boys swimming and diving team are working hard to make a splash in their final year of 4A competition. The Wolves will compete in 3A next year. The group, consisting of 29...

 

Girls plan to build on past successes

Following a fifth-place finish at state last year, the Green River High School girls basketball team looks to improve and build on its previous successes. Now in his 26th year as a head coach at...

 

Wrestlers aim to stand victorious

The Green River High School wresting team will hit the mat for the first time this weekend at an invite in Evanston and a varsity meet in Reno, Nev. According to head wrestling coach Josh Wisniewski,...

 

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