Marty Wrage, who helped lead Greybull to the brink of a championship, will move to Green River to take over the Wolves’ program.

The Radio Network and KUGR on Facebook first reported Wrage’s change. Additional information on the change is available from a Casper Star-Tribune story.

Wrage was 27-12 as Greybull’s head coach, leading the Buffaloes to a Class 2A runner-up finish in 2016. The Buffs made the playoffs in each of Wrage’s four seasons as head coach.

In Green River, he replaces Don Maggi, who resigned after seven seasons. Green River went 7-3 last season, bowing out of the Class 3A playoffs in a 17-13 semifinal loss to Torrington.

Previously, Wrage was the head football coach in Ogallala, Nebraska. He will teach physical education in Green River.

Other Wyoming schools with new head coaches, or with vacant head coaching spots, include Class 4A Cheyenne Central and Sheridan, Class 3A Lander and Powell, and Class 2A Lovell and Wheatland. If you know of other coaching resignations statewide, please email me at


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