Wind: 7 mph
Panther golfers struggle on home course in one-day event
Unfortunately, there was no place like home for the Powell High School boys golf team.
Defense and turnovers were the way of Friday night’s game in Green River, with the host Wolves managing to break through twice in a 14-0 win over Powell.
Add nine more qualifying times
Before taking third at a Saturday meet in Worland, Powell High School’s girls swim team made the most of their last home competition of the season.
For the first time since 2005 — and the only time until 2027 — Powell is hosting this year’s Class 3A State Golf Tournament on Friday and Saturday.
It was a warm and sunny Monday in Lovell, where teams assembled for the Rocky Mountain Invite cross country meet at the Foster Gulch Golf Course.
Panther tennis had its last two matches before the regional tournament late last week, and while the results weren’t quite there in the win column, there certainly were reasons.
The Powell Panthers emerged triumphant in their Friday night Homecoming game, beating Riverton 23-18.
Powell High School’s girls swim team earned temporary bragging rights as the Big Horn Basin’s top orange and black team.
It was an encouraging pair of late-week matches for Powell volleyball, picking up a 3-1 win Thursday while falling by the same margin on Saturday.
The times came up a bit, though the placings didn’t change much, as the young Powell cross country team ran at the Michelle Ludwig Invitational at the VA Hospital Grounds at Sheridan on Saturday.
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