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Northwest College freshman grappler Daniel Jordan wrestled his way to a district championship at 285 pounds over the weekend at the Rocky Mountain District Tournament. Competing in Sterling, … more
Ranked No. 2 in the state and coming off a second-place showing at the 3A West Regional, the Powell High School wrestling team has its sights set on its first 3A state championship since 2015 this … more
It was a young and inexperienced team that took to the pool this season for the Powell High School swimming and diving team, but that doesn’t mean they weren’t competitive. The … more
With three individual champions, one runner-up and five third-place finishers, the Powell High School wrestling team placed second at this weekend’s 3A West Regional at Panther … more
The first time the Powell High School girls’ basketball team squared off against Lander this season, the Lady Panthers squandered an 18-point lead on their home floor to lose 45-41. But … more
The Powell High School boys’ basketball team welcomed a familiar foe to Panther Gym Tuesday, as the Panthers squared off against the Worland Warriors (8-8, 1-2) for the third time this … more
The Worland Warriors jumped out to a quick lead Tuesday night against the Powell High School girls’ basketball team and never looked back, as the battle of 3A Northwest rivals went to Worland … more
After a promising 3-2 start to open Region IX North conference play, the Northwest College men’s basketball team has dropped five straight, with road losses last week at Sheridan and … more
The Powell High School wrestling team closed out the 2018-19 regular season in dominating fashion Friday, winning duals against Buffalo and Worland at the Powell Quad meet. “I thought we … more
Down 45-44 to Thermopolis in overtime, the Powell High School girls’ basketball team needed a spark, especially considering its leading scorer, senior Aubrie Stenerson, had just fouled out of … more
After a pair of frustrating losses to Pinedale and Big Piney the prior weekend, the Powell High School boys’ basketball team battled back into the win column Friday night, beating Thermopolis … more
It was a special weekend for the Northwest College wrestling team, as the Trappers honored the memory of former Trapper Christopher Brooks Apodaca at the Apodaca Duals at Cabre Gym. Though young … more
The Northwest College men’s basketball team put itself into position last week to beat two of its rivals in the Region IX North before late-game letdowns led to a pair of heartbreaking … more
Coming off a road win against Lander on Friday — and looking to avenge a loss to the Broncs last season — the Powell High School wrestling team was determined to make a good showing in … more
After a regular season that showed a lot of promise but was besieged by a flu bug that just wouldn’t go away, the Powell High School swimming and diving team had all the pieces in place over … more
The Powell High School girls’ basketball team ran their win streak to three games over the weekend, rallying late to beat Pinedale Friday 39-30, then routing Big Piney 33-9 Saturday at Panther … more
The cure for the Powell High School boys’ basketball team’s recent woes wasn’t found at home over the weekend, as the team lost back-to-back contests against Pinedale and Big … more
In 1996, a young, unassuming wrestler from Riverton arrived on the Northwest College campus, determined to make his mark as a student, and as an athlete. Christopher Brooks Apodaca did exactly … more
The Northwest College men’s basketball team ran their winning streak to three games last week, winning a tight contest on their home floor against Central Wyoming 89-83. But the streak came … more
Six weeks removed from its last win, the Northwest College women’s basketball team continued to struggle at home and on the road last week. The Lady Trappers lost to a pair of Region IX North … more
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