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Sports

Local golf course still needs $12,000 in donations

The Powell Golf Golf Club’s Keeping it Green in 2015 crowdfunding project has been a success through six weeks, but project director Toby Bonner said there’s still plenty of work to be done.

cloud of smoke and a pile of popped balloons were all that was left after an explosion of rapid gunfire at the Park County Fairgrounds May 16-17 during the third annual Shoshone River Shootout.

The return of summer means the return of the Powell Recreation District’s summer slate of activities, including old favorites and new additions this year.

District director Colby Stenerson said there were 279 activity days last year, with an average of 122 participants each day.

Kyle Sullivan’s mom still keeps Powell High School head track and field coach Scott Smith updated on Sullivan’s performances at the University of Wyoming.

After all, it was Smith who played a part in getting him there.

Due to a chest injury, Powell High School senior Riley Stringer was unable to compete at the Class 3A West Star Valley Regional in Afton over the weekend.

But, he received some good news when he got there.

In about 10 years of playing baseball, I saw my future of competing in the Major Leagues go from inevitable to imaginary.

Growing up will do that.

After the Class 3A West Star Valley Regional meet on Friday and Saturday in Afton, Powell High School track and field is sending 25 athletes to the 3A state meet this week at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper.

Lady Panthers now face Newcastle with Class 3A state berth on the line

The Powell High School girls soccer team has improved their defense, but with the biggest match of their season thus far on the horizon, the Lady Panthers will likely need to see the same improvements on offense.

3A state play-in game next for Panthers

With a chance to end its regular season on a high note, the Powell High School boys soccer team did just that — even if the scoreboard didn’t show it.

Seniors end prep careers on top

The Powell High School Year End Athletic Awards Night ended Monday with the naming of seniors Riley Stringer and Jenni Ebersberger as the PHS senior male and female athletes of the year.

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