Green River Star -

By Pete Rust

Wolves come up short Friday night


September 12, 2018

Star photo by David Martin

Sophomore James King gets taken down by several Rawlins Outlaws Friday night. The game between the two schools would end 16-14 in favor of the Outlaws, giving the Wolves their first defeat of the season.

The Wolves were hoping to start their season at 2-0 against their second non-conference foe this season, but Rawlins hung on for a close 16-14 victory. 

For the second week in a row, both teams have new coaches with Rawlins running a new and difficult to defend Wing-T offense, which is very deceptive with each play looking the same for the first few steps and though Green River was aware of this relatively rare high-school offense it proved to be a tough running game to defend at times.

Wolves received the ball and after Anthony Johnson fell on the ball at the 15-yard line the Wolves went...

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