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  • Wrestlers win 3A State Championships

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 29, 2024

    The Green River Wolves capped a very successful wrestling season by capturing the 2024 3A State Boys Varsity Wrestling Championship for the second year in a row. In the field of seventeen teams, the Green River High School Wrestling team scored 242 points, putting them 30 points ahead of a very strong second-place Pinedale team. The Wolves had 20 wrestlers qualifying for State, with thirteen of those competitors finishing in the top five for their weight class. The Wolves were led by one of...

  • Indoor Track sees P.R.s at third and last meet before State

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 29, 2024

    The Green River High School Boys and Girls Indoor Track team competed this past week at the Laramie Invitational. For many of Green River's Indoor Track team competitors, it was only their third meet of the season, despite the fact that it was also the last meet before State. This was due to the fact that they could not make it to a number of meets due to the winter weather. However, the team had many personal bests recorded as they qualified 20 competitors for the State meet. State will take...

  • Wolves keep competition close, celebrate win over Tigers

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Feb 29, 2024

    The Wolves have been working hard and keeping the competition tight as they finished up their regular conference games. Starting last Thursday, the Green River High School Boys Basketball team had their work cut out for them when they took on the Star Valley Braves. "Star Valley is a very good basketball team," Wolves Head Coach Laurie Ivie explained. "They are #1 in the 4A West. They are a well-rounded basketball team full of great shooters." Green River fought to hold their own during the...

  • Lady Wolves fall to Star Valley and Rock Springs, prepare for Regionals

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 29, 2024

    The Green River Lady Wolves Basketball team hosted a conference game against the Star Valley Lady Braves on Thursday, February 22. It was an intense game for Green River as they needed to beat Star Valley to move up the ranks for the 4A West Regional Tournament. Green River started the game strong, playing with lots of good energy and better defense. During the first quarter, Green River scored nine points to Star Valley's 15. Green River had a promising second quarter, scoring 12 points to...

  • Wolves win Regional Championship in Riverton

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 22, 2024

    This past week the Green River Wolves Boys and Girls Varsity Wrestling teams competed in Riverton at the 3A Regional Championships. The Boys competed with eight other teams from the west including Pinedale, Cody, Powell, Evanston, Riverton, Lyman, Lander and Mountain View. The boys came away the Regional Champions with six individual champions. They defeated second-place Pinedale, finishing 246 to 209, with Pinedale having three individual champions. The boys qualified a total of 20 wrestlers...

  • Wolves swim away with a sixth-place finish at State Championships

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 22, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Swimming and Diving team traveled to Laramie to compete in the 3A State Championship last Friday and Saturday. This young team of athletes has continued to improve all year, and they finished their season in sixth place out of 13 teams at the Championships. “I was just really pleased with their performance,” said Head Coach Colleen Seiloff. “I think our sixth place finish was a strong finish for our young team. We had some really good swims and some really good improvements. They improved a whole bunch this year...

  • Indoor Track competes with hundreds of athletes in Simplot Games

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 22, 2024

    Green River’s Indoor Track team traveled to Pocatello, Idaho this past week to compete in one of the top high school Indoor Track meets in the nation, the Simplot Games. The team headed to the ICCU Dome, formerly the Holt Arena, on the campus of Idaho State University along with 21 other teams from Wyoming, as well as teams from many states and some foreign countries. There were as many as 300 competitors in some events. Green River’s top performance was from their girls throwers as Junior Lillian Allison finished fifth in the weight...

  • Wolves take on Evanston and Jackson in close "nail biter" games

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Feb 22, 2024

    The Wolves hit the court ready to play last weekend. After facing some hard defeats the previous week, the Green River High School Boys Basketball team was ready to make the changes they needed as they faced the Evanston Red Devils and the Jackson Hole Broncs - two teams who defeated the Wolves earlier in the first conference games of the season. This time around, the Wolves played hard and held their own until the end in both games, which were "nail biters," according to Head Coach Laurie...

  • Lady Wolves fall against Evanston and bounce back against Jackson Hole

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 22, 2024

    The Green River Lady Wolves traveled to Evanston to play a conference game against the Evanston Red Devils last weekend. In the first quarter, it was a close game for both teams as Green River scored 13 points to Evanston's 14. In the second quarter, Green River had a hard time finding the basket and slipped behind, scoring four points to Evanston's 10. Green River stepped up their game in the third quarter, scoring 18 points to Evanston's 12. In the fourth quarter, Green River scored another...

  • Wolves compete in Last Chance Meet, honor senior Joe Renfro

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 15, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Swimming and Diving team hosted their Last Chance Meet last Thursday against Evanston, Kemmerer, Lyman, Rock Springs and Sublette County. The Wolves picked up one new qualified swimmer for State during the meet, Arden Lamb, who qualified in the 100 Yard Backstroke. Mitchell Horn also picked up an additional event for State in the 100 Yard Breaststroke and Logan Gray picked up the 100 Yard Butterfly. Andrew Neher qualified in the 200 Yard Freestyle and the 100 Yard...

  • Indoor Track Throwers participate in unscheduled meet in Evanston

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 15, 2024

    On Tuesday, January 30, the Green River Wolves Indoor Track Throwers competed in an unscheduled throwers-only meet at Evanston High School’s new Bubble Facility against throwers from Evanston, Rock Springs and Mountain View. Below are the results from this impromptu meet. The Indoor Track team had a makeup meet scheduled for Saturday, February 10 at Natrona County High in Casper. However, due to a scheduling problem, the Wolves did not attend the meet. Head Coach Dan Hansen mentioned the team is excited to be traveling to Pocatello, Idaho...

  • Lady Wolves beat Riverton and fall to Cody at home

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 15, 2024

    The Green River Lady Wolves hosted a game against the Riverton Lady Wolverines on Friday. Green River hit their home court strong, scoring 23 points in the first quarter to Riverton's 11 points. During the second quarter, Green River's momentum wasn't as strong, and Riverton scored 14 points to Green River's 11 points. Green River had another high-scoring quarter in the third, scoring 23 more points to Riverton's eight. Riverton tried to make a comeback in the fourth quarter, scoring 17 points t...

  • Boys basketball seeks to learn from losses against Riverton and Cody

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Feb 15, 2024

    The Green River High School Boys Basketball team had the chance to play two games at home last weekend when they took on Riverton and Cody, who are ranked second and third in the 4A Northwest Region respectively. While the Wolves put up a good fight, they ultimately came up short in both games. "We faced some tough competition this weekend," Head Coach Laurie Ivie said, "and it's clear that we didn't perform at our best. Every game is an opportunity to learn and grow, and this weekend was no...

  • Green River Wrestlers take on Evanston at home and travel to Rock Springs

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 15, 2024

    This past Wednesday, the Green River Wolves Boys Varsity and Junior Varsity Wrestling teams returned to the friendly confines of Wolves Gym on Senior Night to take on the Evanston Red Devils. The Varsity team defeated Evanston 62-12. Evanston did not bring a girls team, so the Lady Wolves had the night off. The meet marked the return of Green River’s three-time State champion senior, Kale Knezovich, who has been sidelined until now by an early-season injury. The Wolves Boys and Girls Wrestling teams then traveled to Rock Springs on Thursday...

  • Wolves earn several All-Conference honors and take third at 3A Conference Championships

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 8, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Swimming and Diving team traveled to Pinedale to compete in the 3A South Conference Championships. The teams included Green River, Evanston, Lander, Rawlins, Lyman, Kemmerer and Sublette County. Friday was an intense day of competition. Only the top 12 swimmers and divers would be heading into the Championships on Saturday. Green River definitely showed up with a lot of determination and hit the water aggressively during the Prelims. The following swimmers and divers...

  • Wolves win game against Rock Springs Tigers and lose to Trojans

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Feb 8, 2024

    The further into the season they've gone, the tougher the Wolves have been on the court. Last weekend the Green River High School Boys Basketball team continued to take on strong opponents in intense and close games.  Last Thursday, Green River headed to Rock Springs for the annual Make-A-Wish game.  "Rivalry games are always exciting for the players, coaches, and the community," Head Coach Laurie Ivie said.  The Wolves and Tigers faced off, with Green River struggling a little in the...

  • Lady Wolves struggle to get a win against Rock Springs and Kelly Walsh

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 8, 2024

    The Green River Lady Wolves played the Rock Springs Lady Tigers last Thursday in Rock Springs. Green River and Rock Springs both started the game with a lot of intensity. At the end of the first quarter, Green River had scored 15 points while Rock Springs scored 16. The game took a turn in the second quarter when Green River only scored two points and allowed Rock Springs to score seven points. Falling behind hurt the Lady Wolves, so they came back on the court in the third quarter with a lot...

  • Wrestlers take on tough teams

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 8, 2024

    This past Thursday, the Green River High School Boys Varsity and Junior Varsity traveled to the Star Valley High School in Afton to take on the always-formidable Star Valley Braves Wrestling teams. The Wolves Varsity defeated Star Valley 43-25 while the Junior Varsity scored a 62-50 win over the Braves. After the meet, Head Wrestling Coach Josh Wisniewski commented that they were very happy with how the team competed in Star Valley. "It's always tough to wrestle them in their gym or anywhere...

  • Green River hosts Shiver in the River at the GR Aquatic Center

    Staff Report|Feb 8, 2024

    On the first day of competition at the "Shiver in the River," the Women's Sweetwater Aquatics Team scored 138 points in 13 events and came in third place, while the men scored 133 points and also came in third. During the second day of competing, the Women's Sweetwater Aquatics Team finished the meet with 284 points in third place after a total of 25 events. The men scored a total of 252 points claiming second place. Shiver in the River results 01/26/24 Girls 8 & Under; Under 100 Yard Freestyle...

  • Wolves fight Star Valley into double overtime

    Hannah Romero, Editor|Feb 1, 2024

    The Green River High School Boys Basketball team fought hard against the number one team in the west when they took on Star Valley in an intense game last Saturday. Unfortunately the Wolves came up just short of victory, losing by just a few points in double overtime. The first half of the game was neck-and-neck between the Wolves and the Braves. Both teams played strong offensively and defensively from the start. Theran Archibald and Chris Wilson led Green River, scoring 13 points each. In the...

  • Lady Wolves fall to Star Valley Braves

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 1, 2024

    The Lady Wolves Basketball team played their third conference game against the Star Valley Braves in Afton on Saturday. Green River ended the first quarter behind Star Valley with a score of 4-8. It had been a low-scoring game so far and Green River was struggling getting some shots in the basket while Star Valley got some points from free throw shots. In the second quarter, Green River came out stronger, but so did Star Valley. Green River outscored Star Valley with 12 points to Star Valley's...

  • Green River Wrestlers compete at Ron Thon

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 1, 2024

    The Green River Boys Varsity and Junior Varsity and the Girls Varsity Wrestling teams competed this past weekend in the Ron Thon Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Riverton along with a large contingent of more than 30 other teams, all from Wyoming. The two-day event included Boys Varsity and JV and Girls Varsity. The Boys Varsity took third and the Junior Varsity finished in first. The girls team, missing one of their veteran wrestlers, finished in 21st place.  For the girls, Brianna Uhrig led...

  • Wolves Swimming and Diving team competes at Laramie Invitational

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Feb 1, 2024

    The Green River Wolves Swimming and Diving team traveled east to compete in the Laramie Invitational last weekend. The teams competing were Green River, Rock Springs, Campbell County, Cheyenne Central, Douglas, Kelly Walsh, Laramie, Lander, Natrona County, Newcastle, Rawlins, Riverton, Sheridan, Thunder Basin and Worland. On Friday, the Laramie Pre-Invite was a non-scored meet. In the 200 Yard Medley Relay, the "A" team came in 11th place, with the team consisting of the swimmers Mitchell Horn,...

  • Indoor Track gets top spots out of hundreds of athletes

    Pete Rust, Contributor|Feb 1, 2024

    The Green River High School Girls and Boys Indoor Track team competed last weekend at the Weber State University High School Indoor Track Meet in Ogden, Utah. They competed with athletes from 42 schools and hundreds of additional athletes competing "unattached," meaning they were not with a  school team. Top finishers for the Wolves included, once again, Junior Lillian Allison for the girls, who took first place in the huge field of competitors, winning the shot put with a fine early-season thr...

  • Lady Wolves come out on top for both conference games

    Jackie Finch, General Manager|Jan 25, 2024

    The Lady Wolves Basketball team tore up the court last week, winning both of their conference games. Green River hosted a conference game against the Evanston Red Devils last Thursday. The Lady Wolves started the game strong, pulling ahead of Evanston in the first quarter with a score of 14-3. In the second quarter, Green River scored six more points to Evanton's three points. Evanston outscored Green River in the third quarter, scoring 16 points to Green River's 15 points, but it wasn't enough...

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