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At 6’4”, NWC’s Julynne da Silva Sá a force to be reckoned with

On a team where the average player checks in at about 5’ 7”, Northwest College sophomore Julynne da Silva Sá isn’t hard to spot.

NWC on eight-game win streak

The Northwest College Lady Trappers basketball team started the conference portion of their season with a pair of wins.

After winning five of their first six games to start the 2017-18 season, the Northwest College men’s basketball team has gone just 4-8 since. They opened Region IX play last week with losses to Western Wyoming Community College and Central Wyoming College.

The Powell High School swim team beat Lander by one point at the Worland Invite on Saturday, 274.5 to 273.5. The Panthers also posted several personal best times along with new state qualifiers. Lander — which has won 21 consecutive Class 3A state titles — was among six other teams that Powell topped at the Worland Invite.

The Douglas Bearcats came to Powell on Saturday, where the Panthers won 56-31 to remain undefeated on their home court this season.

The Powell High School Lady Panthers faced off against the No. 1 team in the state at home Saturday, losing 53-32 to the Douglas Bearcats. With the win, Douglas now has an overall record of 11-0.

The Northwest College women’s basketball team christened the newly refinished Cabre Gym floor with an 86-59 victory over the Basketball Elite All-Star Alumni team on Saturday.

In a world where kids are often defined by the sports and activities in which they participate, finding one’s place can be a difficult task.

PHS Swimmers improve times

Coming off of winter break, the Powell High School swim team posted great times in back-to-back competitions, starting with a dual against Lander on Friday night. The Panthers finished only a handful of points behind the Tigers and then hosted the Gene Dozah Invitational, where the team finished second among the seven schools present.

The Lady Panthers basketball team competed in the Big Horn Basin Classic in Cowley over the weekend, finishing with a 2-1 record. The Lady Panthers downed Burlington 53-20 and Worland 56-36, but lost a heartbreaker to Greybull, 36-31.

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