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PHS track teams shine at Cody dual

The Lady Panthers topped the Fillies 152-133, with six first-place finishes. The Panthers came up short against the Broncs 161-119, with three first-place finishes on the day. “With a meet like this, it’s early in the season,” said PHS head … more

Heading into the final lap: PHS senior Hanks enjoys the moment, eyes the future

As he threw out some trash, “I turned to go back to my seat, and boom!” Hunter said. He was hit. “I’m like, ‘Who the heck is running into me?’” Hunter recalled. “I look and there’s Maddy Hanks.” Hanks, a senior standout on … more

Lady Panthers stun No. 2 Worland

Last year’s PHS team built on that loss, surprising everyone by earning a trip to the state tournament. With some heavy hitters returning this season, and the Powell team off to a strong 2-1 start, Haire and his staff knew this year’s squad … more

Top-ranked Warriors rout PHS

Dent’s quote summed up what turned out to be a long Tuesday afternoon for the young Panthers (1-3), as the top-ranked Warriors lived up to their billing in an 11-2 win. “We came expecting Worland to play hard and be fast. But we did not … more

Cody soccer standout signs with NWC

Genevieve Sauers, a standout on the pitch for the Cody High School Fillies, signed a letter of intent with NWC last week in Cody. Sauers is the first Wyoming recruit to be signed by new Lady Trappers head coach Bobby Peters. “I wanted to be … more

Last-second heroics lift PHS: Panthers win 3-2 over Riverton

“It was a tough one,” Dent said. “Do I tell them to slow down and run the clock out, or do I have them keep playing?” The Powell High School boys, who lost their season-opener in an overtime heartbreaker against Pinedale, decided against … more

Lady Panthers top Riverton 3-1

Against the Lady Wolverines (0-3), Powell proved exactly that. Bolstered by the return of three starters, the Lady Panthers (2-1) controlled the action throughout, maintaining the lion’s share of possession and creating better scoring … more

Panthers, Lady Panthers fourth at Cody Invite

Both teams finished fourth overall at the 10-team event, which featured a solid mix of class 4A, 3A and 2A competition. Sheridan finished in the top spot for both boys and girls. “It was a really good meet, with high-quality teams,” said PHS … more

Strong turnout fuels Panthers

That number is up 30 from last season, and well above the 60-plus average that have come out in years past, according to Panthers’ head coach Scott Smith. Those numbers guarantee a bit of much-needed depth for both the boys and girls’ … more

Lone Wolf Taekwondo tournament a success

“It was the most smoothly operated tournament we’ve had in many years,” said Lone Wolf Martial Arts Academy’s Chris Ivanoff. “Everything ran smoothly, everyone was comfortable. The competitors that came were some of the best we’ve seen … more

Northwest College Trapper sophomores moving on

Those moving on include 2017 captains Robert George and Ryan Tyrer, who have signed letters of intent with the University of Hawaii-Hilo and Anderson University in South Carolina, respectively. Midfielders Luis Diaz Menendez and Carlos Felgueroso … more

Lady Panthers open season 1-1

“I like the way we’re looking for the second game of the season,” said PHS head coach Jack Haire. “I think we’re picking up right where we left off at the end of last season.” Lady Panthers 1, Pinedale 0 A stellar game in goal by … more

Panthers come up short at home

Both teams came to Powell ready to play. The Panthers dropped a 3-2 nail-biter to Pinedale in overtime on Friday, while Star Valley took an 8-0 win on Saturday. “It was very educational,” Dent said of the two games. “I have a very young … more

Quartet of Lady Trappers honored

Kira Marlow Marlow earned All-Region honors and made the All-Tournament Team at the Region IX tourney. The guard from Shelley, Idaho, completed her season shooting 45.7 percent from the field, 18.4 percent from the arc and 63.5 percent at the … more

Ice Cats skate to fourth straight state title

A 20-0 regular season record guaranteed the Ice Cats would see every opponent’s best effort in the postseason, which doesn’t always bode well. Just last season, the Rock Springs team entered the state tournament undefeated, only to come up short … more

Panther cheerleaders place 10th at state

“They did great,” said PHS head cheer coach Vicki Walsh. “They went out and performed so well — the best that I had seen them do it all year.” The Lady Panther cheerleaders placed 10th in the cheer non-stunt routine and seventh in the … more

Lady Panthers to kick off season at home

Two years ago, the team suffered through a winless season at 0-16. But in a huge one-year turnaround, the Lady Panthers advanced to the state tournament last season and finished in sixth place. This year, head coach Jack Haire said the goal for the … more

UPDATE: Lady Panthers finish third at state

Juniors Aubrie Stenerson and Rachel Bonander earned All-State honors. They, along with senior Maddy Hanks, also earned All-Conference honors while juniors Katie McKenzie and Karlie McKenzie earned honorable mention All-Conference honors. Lady … more

UPDATE: Lady Trappers come up short in Region IX tourney

The Lady Trappers beat Trinidad State Junior College 79-58, then fell in the semifinals against the defending Region IX champions, No. 22-ranked Western Nebraska Community College, 67-62. Lady Trappers 79, Trinidad State Junior College 58 At … more

Powell girls take third at state

Both teams struggled to score early, though the Lady Panthers capitalized on key second-quarter turnovers to go into the half with a 15-11 lead. Both teams scored with more consistency in the second half, but the Braves were unable to make up their … more
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