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Pioneers pull one out

The first two contests saw losses to the Sheridan Jets by a 9-3 score Thursday afternoon and an 8-1 downing by the Billings Angels early Friday. Defensive lapses, in the form of seven Powell errors, helped Sheridan score eight runs in the first … more

PHS track shines at home invite

“It was great weather, and the kids once again took advantage of that,” said Powell head coach Scott Smith. “They got a lot of [personal records] and a couple more state qualifiers, so it was a good day.” Powell didn’t compete in any of … more

Lady Trappers hoops coach steps down

“The College of Idaho, it’s in a gorgeous area, and I have friends that are out that way,” Beal said. “So when the opportunity to coach for a four-year school in that area came up, it was something I felt I should at least look at.” The … more

Panthers battle to 1-1 tie in Riverton

“The game didn’t go as well as I expected as far as scoring is concerned,” said Powell head coach Jeff Dent. “I was hoping we’d rack up a few more goals; we were expecting a little more to happen up front. But it went really good as far as … more

Lady Trappers add two more conference wins

With the two wins, the team now has a conference record of 6-2 and an overall record of 18-6. Lady Trapper 56, Lady Generals 46 NWC welcomed conference rival Sheridan College (11-13, 4-4) to Cabre Gym Jan. 31, and while the game was far from … more

NWC Trappers struggle at home, on road

After an emotional, team-defining win against previously undefeated and nationally ranked Gillette College late last month, the Trappers returned to earth last week with back-to-back conference losses. The missteps drop NWC to 12-12 on the season, … more

Wrestlers share Christmas presents with local families

Head coach Nate Urbach said he started the annual “Wrestlers’ Christmas” after getting the idea from a colleague, who recalled how athletes at another school helped families in need during the holiday season. Since then, PHS wrestlers have … more

Lady Trappers mine local talent

So much so, in fact, she even participated in a little photo trickery to make herself a part of the team, well before she ever took to the court officially. Sitting in head coach Janis Beal’s office recently, joined by a couple of teammates … more

Trappers take two at Shootout

The Trappers opened the tournament with a 97-85 win against a scrappy Williston State squad, and rounded out the weekend with a 111-82 dismantling of Game Gear Saturday afternoon. “I’m happy with the weekend,” said Trappers head coach Brian … more

NWC splits two heading into break

“I told the guys the other night that it’s been a long time since we had that feeling (of losing a game),” said NWC head coach Brian Erickson. “We have four losses right now, and what we learned from those games is what makes us better. The … more

NWC Lady Trappers 2-0 at First Bank of Wyoming Shootout

“I think a big thing for us, with moving forward from last weekend in some of our struggles, is that I thought they brought it for 40 minutes,” said NWC head coach Janis Beal. NWC 88, Williston 32 On Friday evening, the Lady Trappers … more

Lady Panther JV basketball season off to a solid start

Powell High School JV coach Troy Hildebrand said the “beginning of the year is always a big learning curve at the JV level as players adapt to new roles.” Hildebrand added that, “So far, everyone (has) really stepped up and taken on any … more

Trappers place four wrestlers in top three at NWC Open

Trappers head coach Jim Zeigler said he thought Safarov and Anau “did an outstanding job.” Safarov moved up to the 133-pound weight class and took first place and Anau placed first at the 285-pound weight class. Zeigler also pointed out … more

NWC battles to OT

On Thursday, the Lady Trappers fell 74-70 to the Lady Cougars, who went on to win the tournament while playing on their home court in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. “First of all, (I’m) extremely proud of this team and how they finished the year,” … more

Stenerson and Bonander earn All-Conference honors

Tayli Stenerson ended the season with 116 points (an average of five per game), which included leading the Lady Panthers with 18 3-point baskets. Tayli Stenerson also had a team-best 88 assists, averaging 3.8 per game, and 42 steals, averaging 2.1 … more

PHS cross country steps up the pace

On the girls’ side of the meet, the Lady Panthers took a step up in finishing second out of the six competing teams. The Powell girls totaled 69 points, just 20 behind the winning Cody squad’s 49. Thermopolis was just four points further back … more

JV boys basketball ends season with 7-12 record

“(The) biggest thing is I thought the kids played well,” said PHS JV coach Waleryan Wisniewski. “Consistency was a hard thing that we had to deal with all year.” With the continuous changes throughout the year, finding a groove and … more

Northwest Trapper rodeo riding strong

Montana State currently leads the men’s standings with 1,663.5 points; Northwest is close behind in second with 1,459 points, 80 points ahead of third-place University of Montana Western, which has 1,379. The margin on the women’s side is … more

NWC women’s soccer team relying on youth movement

First-year interim head coach Jessica Lum will be beginning her career as well, following in the footsteps of coach Rob Hill, who left the program after last season. Following a scrimmage last week against the Powell High School boys soccer team, … more

Pioneers continue to progress in losses

“Miles of improvement from the first game to today,” said manager George Laughlin. “We can rely on everybody that we call on, we got confidence in our guys and I think we will be peaking now that conference is getting started.” Powell … more
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