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Wolverines stun Gillette to advance to 4-A title game

Mar 9, 2013 By Craig Blumenshine, Staff Writer

CASPER - The Riverton Wolverines stunned the top-ranked Gillette Camels 69-63 Friday night in the semifinals of the Class 4-A state basketball tournament at ...


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Riverton point guard Kade Salisbury worked the ball up court against pressure from Gillette's Michael Cook (32) late in Friday night's Class 4-A semifinal game at the Wyoming state high school basketball tournament in Casper. Coley Nicholls (32) and Seth Quayle( 43) were ready for a pass from Salisbruy. Trailing by 10 after three quarters, Riverton rallied for a stunning 69-63 victory over the top-ranked Camels and will play Evanston for the state championship Saturday night at the Casper Events Center. Photo by Steve Peck/dailyranger.com

Riverton point guard Kade Salisbury worked the ball up court against pressure from Gillette's Michael Cook (32) late in Friday night's Class 4-A semifinal game at the Wyoming state high school basketball tournament in Casper. Coley Nicholls (32) and Seth Quayle( 43) were ready for a pass from Salisbruy. Trailing by 10 after three quarters, Riverton rallied for a stunning 69-63 victory over the top-ranked Camels and will play Evanston for the state championship Saturday night at the Casper Events Center. Photo by Steve Peck/dailyranger.com


Riverton point guard Kade Salisbury worked the ball up court against pressure from Gillette's Michael Cook (32) late in Friday night's Class 4-A semifinal game at the Wyoming state high school basketball tournament in Casper. Coley Nicholls (32) and Seth Quayle( 43) were ready for a pass from Salisbruy. Trailing by 10 after three quarters, Riverton rallied for a stunning 69-63 victory over the top-ranked Camels and will play Evanston for the state championship Saturday night at the Casper Events Center. Photo by Steve Peck/dailyranger.com

Riverton point guard Kade Salisbury worked the ball up court against pressure from Gillette's Michael Cook (32) late in Friday night's Class 4-A semifinal game at the Wyoming state high school basketball tournament in Casper. Coley Nicholls (32) and Seth Quayle( 43) were ready for a pass from Salisbruy. Trailing by 10 after three quarters, Riverton rallied for a stunning 69-63 victory over the top-ranked Camels and will play Evanston for the state championship Saturday night at the Casper Events Center. Photo by Steve Peck/dailyranger.com

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