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Feb 5, 2018 Photo by Randy Tucker

Forced to wait for two months and 15 games before seeing their defending state-championship boys basketball team this season, Riverton High School fans finally ...


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Forced to wait for two months and 15 games before seeing their defending state-championship boys basketball team this season, Riverton High School fans finally got their chance Friday night - against archrival Lander, no less. There wasn't an empty seat in the house as the RHSR00;girls and boys swept both games against the Tigers before nearly 3,000 fans at Wolverine Gym. Riverton's Treyton Paxton (22), shooting in the first half against Lander defenders Max Mazurie (2) and Cody Renner, was the game's high scorer.

Forced to wait for two months and 15 games before seeing their defending state-championship boys basketball team this season, Riverton High School fans finally got their chance Friday night - against archrival Lander, no less. There wasn't an empty seat in the house as the RHSR00;girls and boys swept both games against the Tigers before nearly 3,000 fans at Wolverine Gym. Riverton's Treyton Paxton (22), shooting in the first half against Lander defenders Max Mazurie (2) and Cody Renner, was the game's high scorer.


Forced to wait for two months and 15 games before seeing their defending state-championship boys basketball team this season, Riverton High School fans finally got their chance Friday night - against archrival Lander, no less. There wasn't an empty seat in the house as the RHSR00;girls and boys swept both games against the Tigers before nearly 3,000 fans at Wolverine Gym. Riverton's Treyton Paxton (22), shooting in the first half against Lander defenders Max Mazurie (2) and Cody Renner, was the game's high scorer.

Forced to wait for two months and 15 games before seeing their defending state-championship boys basketball team this season, Riverton High School fans finally got their chance Friday night - against archrival Lander, no less. There wasn't an empty seat in the house as the RHSR00;girls and boys swept both games against the Tigers before nearly 3,000 fans at Wolverine Gym. Riverton's Treyton Paxton (22), shooting in the first half against Lander defenders Max Mazurie (2) and Cody Renner, was the game's high scorer.

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