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Can’t rain on their parade

NWC rodeo team succeeds despite downpour during Miles City rodeo

Not even a downpour of rain could dampen the Northwest College rodeo team’s spirits as they racked up some serious points at the Miles City rodeo last weekend.

Donarski goes from Panther to Trapper

Breanna Donarski has levels of success in her three years starting for the Powell varsity volleyball team and is primed for more, as she recently signed on the dotted line to join the Northwest College Trapper program.

AND ANOTHER THING: My curse reversed?

Anyone who really knows me, and/or anyone who is a true, die-hard Cub fan can understand the turmoil I went through last Thursday evening.

Panthers pounce on competition

At Thursday’s home quad relay meet that was mostly for fun, with such events as the hurdles relay, Powell also saw another state qualifier as Lexee Craig triple jumped 33 feet, 5.5 inches to stamp her ticket in a second event.

For Powell senior Nic Urbach, there was never much doubt that he would be a wrestler, and the lifetime in the sport has served him well as he recently signed to continue his career at Northwest College.

Merritts finally get to Boston

For Ladell and Jeanna Merritt, competing in last week’s Boston Marathon was a long time coming, but worth the wait.

Anissa Warner: Living out a legacy

Powell track and field standout Anissa Warner made it official Tuesday, signing on the dotted line in accepting an athletic scholarship to the University of Wyoming.

AND ANOTHER THING: The Hoehne five

This is the sort of column I do every so often, writing about five topics that have been brought to mind in recent days.

This past week has been a little on the odd side, given the weather that we’ve been experiencing.

Abraham breaks 31-year-old record

The Powell Middle School boys followed the Lady Cubs lead at last weekend’s invitational meet at Cody, with a number of top finishes and even breaking a long-standing school record in the process.

Panthers step up at Billings

While the bulk of the Powell High School track and field team was off winning the Riverside Invitational in Basin, a handful of Panthers trekked up into Montana to test their wares on the big stage of the Billings Invitational.

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