JACKSON, Wyo. \u2014 Lady Broncs head coach knew going in that the Wolves of Green River were one of the top-scoring teams in the state. He identified the players he was most worried about \u2014 the outside shooting of Kayde Strauss and the low post game of Ashelynn Birch \u2014 and then watched as Green River did most everything it wanted to en route to a 55-34 win over Jackson.\r\n\r\nThe Lady Wolves came into the game averaging more than 58 points a game. They came up a trey short of that Saturday afternoon but looked very impressive. Junior shooting guard Kayde Strauss finished with 11 points. Birch poured in 15 of her own \u2014 all from the paint \u2014 and for the Wolves, everything they threw up seemed to fall.\r\n\r\nJackson could not recover from a 23-4 1st quarter. Hailey Hardeman led all Lady Broncs with 10 points on the afternoon. Gracie Hardeman, Megan Tucker, and Jennifer Feuz each added 5 points.\r\n\r\nJackson took care of the ball better in this game, cutting down the turnovers, but Green River just exploded on offense.\r\n\r\nThe Lady Broncs fall to 1-11 with the loss, 0-2 in conference. They host Evanston on February 1 for their next game.\r\n\r\nBoys\r\n\r\nThe Jackson boys didn\u2019t fare much better. It\u2019s hard to believe Green River came into Saturday\u2019s affair riding a 7-game losing streak and winless on the road. It was the Wolves who dominated play from the outset, running away with a 77-25 win over the Broncs.\r\n\r\nSilas Wotkyns accounted for more than half of Jackson\u2019s points with 13. Evan Brunner finished with 8. After that, there\u2019s not much to talk about.\r\n\r\nColter Dawson did a pretty good job neutralizing Green River\u2019s big man (all 6\u20197\u201d, 222 lbs of Cole Murray), but the outside shooting of the Wolves was impressive to start the game. Jachob Fuss finished with 20 points. Dylan Taylor (14 pts), Drew Gibson (12 pts) were also impressive for coach Laurie Ivie\u2019s green machine.\r\n\r\nPoor passing and ball control continues to be something the Broncs have to work on, but this team also needs to make shots.\r\n\r\nThe loss drops the Broncs to 0-12 (0-2 in conference). Next up is a home game against Evanston this Saturday afternoon.