Wolves top Torrington 14-7 in homecoming matchup Friday

The Wolves’ Tayler Jensen carries the ball in homecoming action Friday. Jensen scored both of GRHS’s touchdowns of the game against the Torrington Trailblazers.

By Ann Jantz, wyo4news.com

Green River, Wyoming — Not even the cold and wet weather Friday night could dampen the homecoming spirit of the Green River Wolves Football team as they put out the flames of the Torrington Trailblazers 14-7.

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Both teams couldn’t find their groove in the first quarter and the game was scoreless moving into the second quarter.

Wolves quarterback Jachob Fuss evades the Torrington defense.

GRHS’s Tayler Jensen was hot Friday, scoring both of the Wolves’ touchdowns. His first was made in the early minutes of the second quarter. He then made good on another catch from quarterback Jachob Fuss with only 3:17 left on the clock in the fourth quarter.

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Torrington’s only touchdown of the game also came in the fourth quarter.

The third quarter was also scoreless, but Torrington looked to be gaining some steam.

A Torrington defender grabs the jersey of an unidentified Green River player.

This non-conference win will give the Wolves some confidence as they head into conference play at home Friday, Sept. 27 against powerhouse Star Valley. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. in Wolves Stadium.

Hiking the ball.


Green River High School Marching Band at halftime Friday.
On the piccolo.
GRHS Cheer Squad
Great splits


GRHS Dance Team

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