Green River Star -

By David Martin

Boys basketball remains strong in Cheyenne


January 10, 2018

The Wolves’ road trip to Cheyenne may have resulted in their first loss of the season, but the boys remained strong and held their ground against other teams competing in the Cheyenne Invite.

The invite is the final tournament before the start of their conference games.

The Wolves’ first game was against Laramie Jan. 4, which resulted in a 61-59 victory for Green River. The second team they faced was Sheridan, who managed to hand the Wolves their first loss of the season at the end of a tightly contested match up ending with a 65-64 score. In the third game of their road trip, Green River was able to rebound while playing the squad from Fort Collins, Colo., notching another win in a contest that ended 69-63.

The Wolves will now take on Cheyenne South and Laramie this week, with both teams coming to Green River for competition.

The Wolves will host Cheyenne South Friday at Green River High School, while Laramie will take to the Wolves’ home court Saturday in their second meeting with the boys team.

The game against Cheyenne South will take place at 7 p.m., while the match against Laramie will start at 2:30 p.m.


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