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When one thinks of the sport of swimming, chances are the words biomechanics, psychology and physiology are not what typically comes to mind. But for Powell High School swim coach Bob Smartt, that is exactly what comes to mind first.

NWC Wrestling begins season at Cowboy Open

Trappers return pair of All-Americans in Anau, Oakes

The Northwest College wrestling team begins its season Saturday at the Cowboy Open at the University of Wyoming.

Powell High School’s junior varsity football team ended the season with a .500 record, going 2-2.

Heading into his senior season at Rocky Mountain High School, Tanner Coleman knew he’d have to step up his game to make his mark on the team.

Region IX tournament begins Wednesday in Sheridan

Shaking off a losing record (1-8) to begin the season, the Northwest College volleyball team completed its regular season schedule last weekend as the No. 2 team in the conference. The Lady Trappers lost against Laramie County Community College in four sets on Friday, but rebounded Saturday for a 3-1 win against Eastern Wyoming College.

Losses to Star Valley, Pinedale end Powell’s state tourney hopes

The Lady Panthers volleyball team competed at the 3A West Regional volleyball tournament in Riverton on Friday and Saturday, losing to Star Valley in three sets and Pinedale in four to bring an end to the season.

Hackenberg uses Last Chance Meet to punch ticket to Gillette

Seventeen Powell High School swimmers will be heading to the 3A State Swim Meet in Gillette this week, as Maddi Hackenberg became the team’s 17th qualifier at the Riverton Last Chance Meet on Thursday.

NWC on four-game win streak

Final two home games will decide conference title, playoff seeding

The Northwest College volleyball team is now on a four-game winning streak after victories in three sets against Central Wyoming College and Western Wyoming Community College on Friday and Saturday.

Erickson to rely on size, athleticism for new season

To classify the 2016-2017 Northwest College men’s basketball season as Jekyll and Hyde-esque wouldn’t be off the mark.

Trappers lose 5-1 in first round of Region IX playoffs

A season of memorable highs and disappointing lows came to an end Saturday for the Northwest College men’s soccer team, as the Trappers dropped the opening game of the Region IX playoffs 5-1 against Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff.

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