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Panthers’ basketball season ends at regionals

“You can just see their improvement from start to finish,” said PHS head coach Chase Kistler. To illustrate his point, Kistler noted that the Panthers lost to Star Valley 64-51 on Thursday — whereas the Braves had beaten Powell 69-36 roughly a … more

Lady Trappers extend hoops season

Western Wyoming Community College (6-25, 4-16) drew first blood, but Northwest College (24-7, 15-4) responded to build up a 14-point lead. The Lady Mustangs, however, started a run of their own with about four minutes remaining in the first … more

Trappers place eighth in nation

Nodir Safarov became the national champion at 125 pounds and Lisiate Anau was runner-up at 285 pounds while Jeff Oakes, at 184 pounds, and Tate Allison, at 157 pounds, made the podium with eighth-place finishes. “[They] worked hard and wrestled … more

Lady Trappers finish second in Region IX North

The Lady Trappers will host the Region IX-North play-in game at 6 p.m. Friday against Western Wyoming Community College. “Sheridan and Gillette were important just for us to maintain that No. 2 seed,” said Lady Trappers head coach Janis Beal. … more

Lady Trappers’ Comeback Kid

But a routine play during the Lady Trappers’ home opener against Williston State on Nov. 10 slammed the brakes on what both were hoping would be a productive season. “It was just a fastbreak,” Beal said. “She went up and came down and … more

Two state champs: Panther wrestling team places fourth

Reese Karst and Brody Karhu won the state championship in their weight classes (also earning All-State honors in the process) while Bo Dearcorn took third, Brandon Thompson placed fourth and both Emma Karhu and Stephen Preator placed fifth. Star … more

Lady Panthers crush Fillies to end regular season

The Powell girls (15-6 overall, 6-0 in Class 3A West’s north quadrant) beat Cody 40-28 at home on Friday to follow up a 32-28 loss to Worland on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The Lady Panthers will compete in the 3A West Regional Tournament in Pinedale … more

Panthers lose two at the buzzer

“I was impressed with how my guys played,” head coach Chase Kistler said of the two games, adding that the Panthers are playing more consistently than they have all year. Worland 53, Panthers 50 The first basket of the Tuesday, Feb. 20, … more

Two Panther wrestlers win titles at state tourney

PHS junior Reese Karst and sophomore Brody Karhu battled to the top of their brackets in the 138-pound and 152-pound weight classes, respectively. Karst defeated Tristan Kingsley of Torrington in a 5-2 decision, winning a state title for the second … more

Northwest wrestlers head to NJCAA National Championships

The Trapper wrestlers competing in the Friday-Saturday event include three Rocky Mountain District Champions — Nodir Safarov at 125 pounds, Tate Allison at 157 pounds and Lisiate Anau at 285 pounds — plus four others: Taylor Jeffries at 133 … more

Trappers claw back for a win

The Trappers’ last win on the court was their stunning upset against then sixth-ranked Gillette College in late January. And after a double-OT loss to Miles Community College last Wednesday, head coach Brian Erickson knew his team was running out … more

NWC Lady Trappers split last two games

Lady Trappers 61, Miles Community College 55 “It was kind of an ugly first half,” said head coach Janis Beal of last week’s game against Miles Community College. “I felt like our girls were letting Miles dictate the style of game and the … more

Panther Swimmers take third at state

Lander won its 22nd consecutive state championship, scoring 325 points. Lyman placed second with 197 and Powell took third with 189. Kemmerer was fourth with 125 and Rawlins was fifth with 125. Head coach Stephanie Warren said the coaches and … more

Panther wrestlers place second at regional tournament

Reese Karst, Brody Karhu and Brandon Thompson all won first place in their respective weight classes. “I thought we wrestled well for the most part,” said PHS head coach Nate Urbach. “Probably the most consistent that we have had all year, … more

Lady Panthers win two on road

After struggling with 23 turnovers in each of their two prior games, the Powell High School girls bounced back with just 14 between the two weekend games. The two wins put the Lady Panthers’ record at 5-0 in the quadrant and 14-5 … more

Trappers place second at District Championships

Head coach Jim Zeigler said that as a whole the tournament was a “little bit of different,” this year — meaning not as many teams competed. Last year, five teams competed in the Rocky Mountain District Championships; this year there were … more

Northwest extends win streak to five

The Lady Trappers beat Central Wyoming College on the road on Wednesday, Feb. 7, by a 82-57 margin and then dismantled Little Big Horn College at home on Saturday, 117-33. NWC is riding a five-game win streak headed into this week’s action, and is … more

Wrestling, her sport: Emma Karhu is Powell High School’s first female wrestler

Rory Karhu, Emma’s father, coached USA wrestling and took Brody — Emma’s older brother — to practice. With the kids needing more wrestling partners in the 35  pound and under weight class, Emma started practicing with the team — which … more

Panthers split home games

“It was good to get a win,” said PHS head coach Chase Kistler. Mountain View 56, Panthers 49 The Panthers jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter, 13-4, and led 25-18 at halftime. In the second half, Mountain View made a … more

Panther grapplers fall to Cody 38-32

“It was an exciting dual,” said head coach Nate Urbach. “It went back and forth and it came down to the last match and we ended up not getting it.” The dual started at the 285 pound weight class with Powell’s Brandon Thompson, a senior … more
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