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Turnovers hurt Lady Panthers

The Lady Panthers had 23 turnovers in each game, a factor in both losses. Powell lost to Mountain View 47-33 and Lyman 49-36. “The whole weekend, turnovers was our problem,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. Mountain View 47, Lady … more

Lady Trappers add two more conference wins

With the two wins, the team now has a conference record of 6-2 and an overall record of 18-6. Lady Trapper 56, Lady Generals 46 NWC welcomed conference rival Sheridan College (11-13, 4-4) to Cabre Gym Jan. 31, and while the game was far from … more

NWC Trappers struggle at home, on road

After an emotional, team-defining win against previously undefeated and nationally ranked Gillette College late last month, the Trappers returned to earth last week with back-to-back conference losses. The missteps drop NWC to 12-12 on the season, … more

Lady Trappers mine local talent

So much so, in fact, she even participated in a little photo trickery to make herself a part of the team, well before she ever took to the court officially. Sitting in head coach Janis Beal’s office recently, joined by a couple of teammates … more

Panther swimmers place second at conference

Creed broke the conference and Kemmerer pool record in the 100 breaststroke to finish in the top spot of that event, with a time of 1:10.31. Wilkerson continued his winning ways in diving, finishing first with a score of 450.30. The Panthers had 25 … more

Lady Panther basketball team beats Pinedale, Star Valley

Lady Panthers 39, Lady Wranglers 22 Powell (12-3 overall) came out in the first quarter to outscore Pinedale (3-14) by a 10-3 margin. By the end of the third quarter, the Lady Panthers had increased the lead to 30-15. They went on to win … more

PHS wrestlers rebound to beat Lander after loss to Worland

Worland 43, Powell 16 It was a battle of top-five teams on Thursday in Worland, as the fourth-ranked Panthers squared off against the No. 2 Warriors. Worland won 43-16. The Panthers’ 16 points came by winning only three matches. Bo … more

Trapper/Gillette upset!

Clad head to toe in black, Erickson had a message for his team ahead of squaring off against the undefeated and nationally-ranked Pronghorns. “I asked the guys in the locker room for a moment of silence,” Erickson explained. “They looked at … more

Trappers lose to Western Wyoming in Apodaca Dual Showdown

“... Overall, I thought our guys competed hard. I was proud of them for the way they wrestled,” head coach Jim Zeigler said of the 27-14 loss. “Obviously we’re disappointed we didn’t win the match, but I was proud of them for wrestling … more

McManamen a leader on and off the court

Luckily for Northwest College sophomore Dani McManamen, she more than meets those expectations on and off the court, thank you very much. The younger sister of recently-graduated University of Wyoming cager Jason McManamen, McManamen jokingly said … more

Panther swimmers improve times in last week of regular season

“We are still continuing to cut time,” said head coach Stephanie Warren, “which in this point of the season is good.” Honoring its seniors On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the swim team hosted the last dual of the season against Cody — and used … more

Lady Panther ballers keep rolling

“Really good weekend for us,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. “Two great hostile environments to play in, and the girls did a nice job of winning both games.” The Cody game could be an important one for the Lady Panthers in terms of … more

Panther wrestlers grapple at Ron Thon

“[W]e lost a bunch of really close matches, but overall, I thought we competed really hard; I was actually pretty happy with our performance overall,” said PHS head coach Nate Urbach. “We’re just a small step away from winning a bunch of … more

NWC Trappers bust slump

The Trappers (11-9, 2-2) are slowly working their way back to full strength after injuries to key players. Head coach Brian Erickson said a two-game win streak was just what the team needed after dropping the first two games of their conference … more

Lady Trappers rout Little Big Horn, stumble against MCC

Lady Trappers 94, Little Big Horn College 41 Little Big Horn College (1-14, 0-3) has only five players on the roster and had a player foul out midway through the fourth quarter. “We kind of started to create some bad habits,” said head … more

NWC wins dual in third criterion

On Friday at 7 p.m., the Trappers will compete against Western Wyoming in the Apodaca Dual — the team’s only home dual of the season. Northeastern Junior College Dual At the end of Saturday’s dual, both teams had a score of 24. In … more

PHS unbeaten in conference play

Powell 40, Riverton 29 After the first quarter, the score was 7-4 Powell and the Lady Panthers led 19-11 at halftime. “I thought Riverton did a really good job of slowing the tempo of the game and I thought the girls did a good job at the … more

One week, three competitions for Panther swimming team

The Panthers continued to improve upon their times while winning triangulars in Worland and Cody. PHS followed that up with a second place finish at the Bruce Gresly Invite in Lander. Head coach Stephanie Warren said that, with a hard week of … more

Panthers come up short against Riverton, Lander

Against the defending state champion Riverton Wolverines, the Panthers lost 58-53 in overtime. Against Lander, Powell battled back from a 17-point deficit at halftime before falling 47-44 to the Tigers. Riverton 58, Powell 53 Riverton scored … more

Brazilian native making an impact on the hardwood

And with a determined glare to go along with her 6’ 4” frame, on the court, the native of Barcarena, Brazil, can be a bit intimidating. Off the court, however, she falls decidedly into the “sweetest person you’ll ever meet” category, at … more
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