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Trappers toppled by Mary Marauders

Mary, a Division II four-year school that plays in the Northern Star Intercollegiate Conference, wasted little time in establishing control after the noon start against the Lady Trappers, scoring five first-half goals for a large lead at … more

Panthers rally to corral Cowboys

“They were a really good team,” Powell quarterback Mason Olsen said. “It was real good experience and a great way to start the season against strong competition.” Miles City’s Custer County Cowboys went 11-1 a season ago, with their … more

Powell volleyball starts well in Riverton

Playing five matches over two days kept the team busy — as well as successful — as a 4-1 record for the weekend would indicate. “It was a great first weekend, with the seniors being phenomenal leaders,” head coach Randi Bonander said. … more

A new beginning for Panther tennis team

But Bieber had a hand in his replacement, asking Joe Asay, a former stand-out swimmer in Cody, to take over. “There’s always been a lot of tennis in the area and while I was a swimmer in Cody during the winter seasons, before my senior year I … more

Local golf standout Rickert looking to end competitive career on a high note

It will also mark the end of a remarkable amateur career as it will be the last Senior tournament in which local legend Ron Rickert will play. “I started playing in the Wyoming Senior Golfer’s Association and my first tournament was in … more

Panther football seeing mix of size and speed

And though they won’t be on their home field, the Powell Panthers will be joining in the annual onset of Friday night lights across state lines as they travel to their “Zero-Week Game” at Custer County in Miles City, Montana. It will be a … more

New year brings new start for Panther volleyball

The Powell High School volleyball team is no exception as the likes of Anissa Warner (All-Conference) and Breanna Donarski (All-Conference, All-State), along with Kinsey Ashby, Emily Herman, Richelle Phister and Nikkole Schneider have moved … more

Riders clobber stinking water

It was one of many events on Saturday and Sunday celebrating the fourth annual Wild West River Fest in Cody. Forty-one boats competed in the slalom Saturday morning. The largest turnout yet, said Amy Quick, river fest organizer. Each … more

Panther football makes most of practice game

It also seemed appropriate “football weather” for the 2016 Panthers of the gridiron to play their annual intra-squad game to give their fans an early glimpse of the team. It is also a chance for the players to get after it and give their … more

Lady Panthers dive into swim season

Last year’s squad placed fourth as a team in the 3A Wyoming State Finals, and had 14 state qualifiers from the 20-girl roster. Some key swimmers were lost to graduation, as is the case annually in high school sports, notably Amanda Tracy who … more

Trappers look to turn things around

After rolling through the first half of the schedule with six wins against just two losses, the Trappers were feeling pretty good about themselves — a little too good, as it turned out. “We had a couple of real good wins in there and the guys … more

Where rodeo’s legends get their start

The Champions Challenge is an 11-rodeo series featuring the top ranked members of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Throughout the series, prize money totals increase from $80,000 on up to $128,000 — the rodeo in Cody totaled $92,800 in … more

Panther golfers start fall season

Hildebrand sees a boys team that should feature a healthy amount of intra-squad competition for varsity spots and several young Panthers who played a lot of golf over the summer. Coming off a 13th place finish at last year’s Class 3A state … more
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