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Elementary students complete marathons by end of school year

No matter the day — in sunny September or dreary December — hundreds of elementary school students in Powell faithfully ran laps. Students ran during recesses, and eventually, those … more

Two Panthers gear up for 2018 Shrine Bowl

Two Powell High School graduates — Max Gallagher and Brooks Asher — will represent the Panthers in Saturday’s 45th annual Wyoming Shrine Bowl. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. at … more

Pioneers drop two at home

The Powell Pioneers baseball team put on a hitting display Saturday, racking up 22 hits and scoring 17 runs in a doubleheader against the visiting Billings Blue Jays. Unfortunately, the Blue Jays … more

Panther track celebrates season

It was a season for the books for the Powell High School track teams, as athletes, coaches and parents gathered recently to celebrate their accomplishments. Bolstered by a record-breaking 111 … more

Panthers hand out soccer awards

After a slow start to the 2018 season, the Powell High School boys’ soccer team demonstrated a gritty resolve, improving with each game and earning a trip to the state tournament in Jackson … more

PAC Tri features 25 soloists, six teams

Competitors from all over Wyoming and parts of Montana made the trip for the event, which represents the very first triathlon of the season for the state. “We were so lucky to have the weather cooperate for just one day,” said race director … more

Mud rides discouraged at Cody bike park

Despite many signs at Beck Lake Bike Park — some which announce the bike park is closed — riders are using the trails after it rains. The damage done to the trails, especially to the pump track and jump lines, takes a great deal of work to fix, … more

Pioneers fall to Riverton, weather over weekend

Saturday found the Pioneers in Riverton, where a disastrous fourth inning led to a 13-1 loss to open conference play. Monday’s game against Billings had the Pioneers angling back into the win column with a 5-1 lead after two innings. But as … more

Cub track ends season at Best of the Best

“We had an amazing day,” said PMS girls’ coach Dale Ann Meeker. “The kids really rose to the occasion, and it was a quick turnaround for them. They had the conference meet, then two days later, they’re back on the track. There wasn’t … more

Lady Panthers receive postseason honors

Senior defender Joey Haire and sophomore forwards Kayla Kolpitcke and Michele Wagner were named to the 3A West All-Conference team, with Haire also named to the 3A All-State team. Powell head coach Jack Haire was recognized by his peers as the 3A … more

Northwest hires interim women’s hoops coach

Levett has been named the interim head coach for the 2018-19 season. “We are excited to have Camden as part of our coaching staff,” said NWC President Stefani Hicswa. “He comes highly recommended and we are eager for him to … more

Pioneers sweep Angels at home

This year, however, the Pioneers wasted no time in taking their first two victories — sweeping the Billings Angels 7-5 and 4-3 in Saturday’s home-opening double-header. “It turned out to be a really good weekend,” said Pioneers head coach … more

New lineup of kids activities available this summer

For 2018, the district has added new activities while upgrading some of the existing ones, said director Colby Stenerson. One change on tap for this year is an expanded Kids’ Camp for those 5-9 years old. The program, which used to only be … more

Powell Middle School track and field has record-breaking season

For the seventh-grade teams, three field records and two track records were broken. In the girls’ shot put, Jamalee Hernandez set the new mark with a throw of 28 feet, 1 inch; there had been no previous record listed. In girls’ discus, Grace … more

Powell leaves mark at state track

The realization hit hard. “That’s it ... I’m done,” Hanks said. She stood in stunned silence for a few moments, then gave a sad smile. “I can’t believe it’s over.” The 2018 Wyoming State Track Meet is now in the books, and for … more

Panthers end season 0-2 in Jackson

But the Panthers found out quickly just how competitive state tournament play can be, losing in the opening round in a 6-0 rout to Rawlins on Thursday. Then on Friday, facing a talented Torrington team that had pushed eventual champion Worland to  … more

Lady Panthers take sixth, Panthers seventh at state track

As a team, the Lady Panthers finished sixth with 53 points; the Cody Fillies took the top spot with 108.5 points. On the boys side, the Panthers picked up 39 points and finished tied with Lander for seventh place; Star Valley took home the team … more

Amid mixed weather, PHS track teams post strong results

The sun shone brightly at Kelly Walsh High School for most of the day, though inclement weather caused a shutdown of the meet with a few events remaining on Friday’s schedule. The day began with Lady Panther senior JuliaKay O’Neill notching a … more

Discovering sports from around the globe

A group of fourth-graders from Westside Elementary School dutifully line up, backs against the tennis court nets on a beautiful morning earlier this month. The instructors for this portion of the day’s activities are all business, as they know … more

Panthers fall to Rawlins, Torrington at state tournament

Powell came out lethargic to open Thursday's game and Rawlins took advantage, scoring three goals in the first 20 minutes of play. Freshman keeper Ashton Brewer was peppered with shots the entire first half, and the Outlaws held a 5-0 lead at the … more
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