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Breanne Thiel

Two coaches from Powell High School — Ray Bieber and Scott Smith — have been nominated for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Coach of the Year Award. The NHSACA’s National Convention is being held in Peoria, Illinois, this week with the awards banquet Wednesday.

Trapper Bubba Boots places second in all-around

Fifty-eight teams from around the country were represented at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper last week and the Northwest College men’s rodeo team took 12th.

Powell’s Bryce Bott finished eighth in the nation at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper (CNFR) on Saturday in tie-down roping — an improvement from a year ago, when he finished 16th.

Heading into tonight's championship round at the College National Finals Rodeo, Northwest College will have three cowboys competing in four events.

Northwest College will have two new soccer coaches for this upcoming fall season: Stan Rodrigues as the men’s soccer coach and Jessica Lum as the interim women’s coach. They’ll fill the vacancy created when Rob Hill — who had coached both teams — left in March to be a technical coordinator for a soccer club in Boise, Idaho.

On Friday night, the Powell Little League Juniors baseball team is inviting the community to enjoy a doubleheader against Worland with game times at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Visit to Shiriners Hospital made a lasting impression

The Shrine Bowl is technically a football game comprised of high school seniors from all classes in Wyoming split into North and South teams. But it’s also about more than just football.

Despite being shorthanded, the Powell Pioneers snapped a season-long losing streak with a win over the weekend.

Powell’s conference rivals set to change in some sports with 2018 reclassification

Powell-Cody games likely won’t have quite the same meaning in coming years, as some shuffling of sports classifications will split the regional rivals into different classes in several sports.

Close to 90 people ran from the Park County Fairgrounds and around the Powell area on Saturday, competing in the sixth annual Dano’lope’ Dash.

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