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Wolverine boys bounce back from opening loss to earn consolation title

May 20, 2013 By Craig Blumenshine, Staff Writer

ROCK SPRINGS -- A three-goal assault in the second half propelled the Riverton Wolverines boys soccer team to the consolation championship at the Wyoming High ...


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Riverton sophomore Deitrick Becker did not allow Rock Springs Tiger Kellyn Goodrich to clear the ball during the consolation championship match at the Wyoming Class 4-A state soccer tournament in Rock Springs. The deflection allowed Riverton senior midfielder Aaron Nirider to net his first ever varsity goal to put Riverton in the lead for good. Photo by Craig Blumenshine

Riverton sophomore Deitrick Becker did not allow Rock Springs Tiger Kellyn Goodrich to clear the ball during the consolation championship match at the Wyoming Class 4-A state soccer tournament in Rock Springs. The deflection allowed Riverton senior midfielder Aaron Nirider to net his first ever varsity goal to put Riverton in the lead for good. Photo by Craig Blumenshine


Riverton sophomore Deitrick Becker did not allow Rock Springs Tiger Kellyn Goodrich to clear the ball during the consolation championship match at the Wyoming Class 4-A state soccer tournament in Rock Springs. The deflection allowed Riverton senior midfielder Aaron Nirider to net his first ever varsity goal to put Riverton in the lead for good. Photo by Craig Blumenshine

Riverton sophomore Deitrick Becker did not allow Rock Springs Tiger Kellyn Goodrich to clear the ball during the consolation championship match at the Wyoming Class 4-A state soccer tournament in Rock Springs. The deflection allowed Riverton senior midfielder Aaron Nirider to net his first ever varsity goal to put Riverton in the lead for good. Photo by Craig Blumenshine

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