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Putting in the work

Practices began statewide Monday for Class 3A high school football. For the Powell Panthers, looking to rebound from a 1-7 season in 2017, all eyes turn to new head coach Aaron Papich. Papich was … more

Panther tennis teams go 1-1 on road

The Powell High School tennis teams won seven of their eight singles matches against Green River and Rock Springs on Monday and Tuesday, but found the going a bit tougher in doubles competition, … more

Pioneers place two on All-District team

Two members of the Powell Pioneers American Legion baseball team received postseason honors recently, as pitcher/centerfielder Colin Queen and right fielder Kobe Ostermiller were named to the West … more

PHS shines at Cody/Powell Invite

The Powell High School golf teams opened the 2018 season with their rivals down the road, hosting the Cody/Powell Invitational Thursday and Friday. The invite featured schools from around the … more

PHS tennis a solid mix of youth, experience

With the loss of several talented players from last season due to graduation, the Powell High School tennis teams will look to begin rebuilding, opening their 2018 campaign on the road at Green River … more

New coach, same goal

For the first time in seven seasons, the Northwest College volleyball team will have a new head coach roaming the sidelines. Following the departure of Shaun Pohlman, now the head coach at … more

Blazing a new trail in the Cowboy State

As an undersized defensive end playing for the Sacramento Sirens of the Independent Women’s Football League, Jeny Gardner was used to overcoming obstacles to get where she needed to go — … more

Panther golf teams swing into season this week in Cody, Powell

With just a few practices under their collective visors, the Powell High School golf teams will swing into regular-season action this week, with a Cody/Powell invitational at the Olive Glenn Golf … more

Hooks Ranch team wins Park County Ranch Rodeo

Ten four-man teams from around the region descended on the Park County Fair last month, competing in the second annual ranch rodeo. In addition to battling in four different events, awards for top … more

NWC soccer adds depth, experience

The 2017 Northwest College men’s soccer team featured a number of firsts: A first-year coach, the first season sweep of conference rival Laramie County Community College and the program’s … more

Peters era begins for women’s soccer

With the first week of official practice now in the books, Northwest College women’s soccer coach Bobby Peters said he’s encouraged by what he’s seen so far. “They’re … more

NWC women’s basketball tops WBCA Honor Roll

The Northwest College women’s basketball team had a memorable season in 2017-18, winning 25 games for the first time in program history and advancing to the semifinals of the Region IX … more

307 Soccer wins 2018 USA Cup title

Before the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Schwan’s USA Cup soccer tournament in Minnesota, all anyone wanted to know was who the kids in the loud yellow jerseys were. As all the teams … more

Powell Swim Club sends four to state meet

The Powell Swim Club wrapped up its summer season recently, with four swimmers competing at the 2018 Wyoming Summer Long Course Championship Swim Meet. The summer championship meet was held on the … more

Powell All-Stars take third at state

The magic carpet ride that was the 2018 postseason for the Powell Little League Majors All-Stars ended Friday with a 7-1 loss to Gillette, knocking the host team out of the Wyoming State … more

New drivers finish well in fair derby

When Team Murdock pulled in to register for the Park County Fair Demolition Derby, they revealed secret weapons: a new driver and a fresh car. Tait Murdock couldn’t sleep before Saturday … more

Season ends at district for Pioneers

A pair of familiar foes brought a premature end to the Powell Pioneers’ hopes for a state tournament berth. Losses to Green River and Riverton in last week’s district tournament in Cowley … more

Powell officer helped run torch to Special Olympic games

For the second time, a Powell police officer was chosen to participate in a nationwide torch run to help fundraise for the Special Olympics USA Games. Officer Matt Koritnik traveled to Seattle for … more

Minors All-Stars 4th at District

The Powell Little League 10U All-Stars battled to a 1-2 record against tough competition in last week’s District 1 Tournament in Lovell, finishing fourth. “I’m proud of how they … more

Making strides: Local athletes training to excel

With fall sports just around the corner, local athletes from middle school up are kicking their daily workouts into high gear at a local gym to prepare for the upcoming seasons. As part of a … more
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