A game sometimes comes down to which team wants it more...and Riverton did everything to prove that fact.

The Wolverines shot 47.4% from 3-point land (9 for 19 compared to 1 for 8 for the opposition), won the assist battle (11-3), the turnover category (7-19), jumped out to a 20-6 lead after 1 quarter, and demolished the defending champs from Worland, 62-34, to claim their first title in school history.

Kylan Schultz was the leading scorer for Riverton with 14 points, while Easton Paxton and Teron Doebele each added in 13.

Cody Baumstarck led the Warriors with 12 points and Stone Ramos added in 10.