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Panthers making strides: Tracksters break personal records in Lovell

Close to 80 boys and girls from PHS competed at the weekend meet and head coach Scott Smith guessed that around 80 percent of them set at least one personal record. “That’s what you hope for,” Smith said, calling it “a great meet” for … more

Trapper rodeo team opens spring strong in Bozeman

“I was pretty happy with the results, because I didn’t think we were going to win it,” said Trappers head rodeo coach Del Nose. “We got to the short round and Bozeman made some mistakes; our guys stepped up to the plate.” The NWC men … more

On to the next level: Four Lady Trapper volleyball players sign with four-year universities

Middle blockers Julianna Hughes and Holly Pittman, right side hitter Aleksandra Saric and libero Bre Donarski signed their letters at a ceremony on the NWC campus last week. Lady Trappers interim head coach Bethany Conde coached all four players as … more

PHS track teams excel at Rocky Mountain Invite

“I was really happy with that meet, we had some great breakout performances. We threw a few kids into some new events and they really did well,” said PHS head track coach Scott Smith. “I was really happy we finally had some nice weather, and … more

Worland outlasts Panthers 1-0

“We plan on doing things better and making it a game,” Dent said last week. The Panthers didn’t disappoint. Worland (8-1) took the field at Panther Stadium Monday with their trademark physical brand of soccer, but instead of rocking back on … more

Panthers fall to Worland 3-1

A hat trick by Worland senior Casey Wassum and a few near misses by the home team later, Worland got exactly that, heading back home with a 3-1 win. “We played OK. Overall I think Worland just wanted the game more, for some reason,” said … more

Lady Panthers Tie 1-1 with No. 2 Douglas

“That was an exciting game,” said Powell head coach Jack Haire. “The smiles on the girls’ faces, you can just tell they’re enjoying playing. We’re not losing to the top teams, we’re competing with them, and that’s … more

Running with the wind: Panthers battle Douglas to 1-1 draw

A wind-blown contest Friday at Panther Stadium, however, forced Douglas to all but abandon that strategy, something Panthers head coach Jeff Dent and his squad planned for. Powell put the Bearcats on their heels from the start and both teams battled … more

PHS track strong in Worland

The Panthers finished first in a field that included Cody, Worland, Ten Sleep and Riverside (Basin), scoring 230 points; Cody was second with 211. On the girls side, Cody took the top spot with 237 points, while Powell followed with 200. “We … more

Northwest names Conde interim volleyball coach

Conde’s tenure as interim coach began this week. “The whole thing was kind of in the works the last couple weeks,” she said. “We got all the paperwork done, and yesterday [Monday] was my official starting day as coach for the … more

Big numbers bode well for future of PHS tennis

On Saturday, the high school players will open the spring season at the Cody Invitational, competing against the host team, as well as teams from Sheridan and Green River. There may be a team or two from Casper showing up as well. Most of the … more

Brazilian natives sign with Northwest Trapper soccer

“Other programs are not as flexible with international players as Northwest is,” Rodrigues said. “Other schools may not have the amazing intercultural group that I have here. Every year, I’d like to recruit from different parts of the world … more

Buck steps down as PHS football coach

Buck’s resignation — and promotion to his new position — is set to be made official at Wednesday’s school board meeting. “The opportunity was here,” he said of the new position. “I’m very comfortable here [in Powell], this has … more

Lady Panthers fall short in Worland

Powell opened the tournament early Friday afternoon with a 2-0 win over Rawlins. The Lady Panthers played 4A Rock Springs later that day, with the eventual Pinnacle Cup champion Lady Tigers earning a hard-fought 3-1 win. Saturday saw Powell drop a … more

Opening day promo features Meeteetse voice, backdrop

When Taylor first heard the pitch last month, he couldn’t help but think he was being pranked. April Fools’ Day was just a couple days away, after all, and the idea sounded beyond preposterous. But since the guy on the other end of the line … more

Powell track meet canceled due to weather

It's just the latest in a series of local sporting events that have been called off due to the wintry weather. Middle and high school track meets in Burlington, which had been set for Friday and Saturday, respectively, were also canceled, … more

Update: MSUB baseball team scraps plans to play in Cowley

A fresh flurry of snow in Billings earlier this week left Dehler Park in unplayable condition — and that prompted MSUB’s Yellowjackets to look for a new spot for their “home opener.” MSUB initially decided to travel to Cowley, which built … more

Putting in the work: Panther defender capitalizing on his love of the game of soccer

Shopa’s folks were career military and, like any military family, moved around a lot. That he’s homeschooled added a degree of difficulty at times, as not all schools are receptive to homeschooled kids participating in extracurricular … more

Wyoming prospects commit to Northwest men’s soccer

Brayan Castro of Worland, Morgan Dowling of Cody and Ramon Lopez of Casper have verbally committed in the last couple of weeks to play at NWC, recruited to fill vacancies at the midfield positions left by graduating sophomores. “I’m excited … more

Young wrestlers grapple at Powell wrestling tournament

Below are the results for the Powell wrestlers. Pre-PeeWee 35-39 First Place: May Luke (2-0) PeeWee 41 First Place: Kane Coombs (5-0), Second Place: Guy Burr (4-1), Fourth Place: Case Davis (2-3) PeeWee 43 First Place: Tucker … more
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