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October 11, 2011 8:38 am

Happy homecoming

Wet weather, Worland can’t stop No. 3 Powell

Dewey Schwahn hauled in three touchdown passes while Keithen Schwahn returned a kickoff for a touchdown as third-ranked Powell bounced back from its first loss of the season for a 36-10 victory over Worland. The win lifts the Panthers to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in 3A West conference play.

October 11, 2011 8:25 am

Happy homecoming

Wet weather, Worland can’t stop No. 3 Powell

Dewey Schwahn hauled in three touchdown passes while Keithen Schwahn returned a kickoff for a touchdown as third-ranked Powell bounced back from its first loss of the season for a 36-10 victory over Worland. The win lifts the Panthers to 5-1 overall and 2-1 in 3A West conference play.

October 11, 2011 8:24 am

Trapper spikers split weekend

NWC tops Eastern Wyoming

The Northwest College volleyball team continued its midseason road trip through the Region IX North division over the weekend, splitting games at Eastern Wyoming and Laramie County Community College.

October 11, 2011 8:11 am

Trappers thrash Northeastern

Men’s soccer rolls past Region IX newcomers

Sunday’s home finale by the Nothwest College men’s soccer team was delayed by nearly 20 minutes after visiting Northeastern College was slow to arrive at Trapper Field. In retrospect, they may have wished they’d taken longer.

October 06, 2011 9:34 am

Women’s rodeo wins at Western

Trappers second at season’s midpoint

The Northwest College women’s rodeo team brought home the team title from the University of Montana, Western event over the weekend. Buoyed by the performance, the Trappers vaulted over two schools and into second place in the Big Sky region standings.

Four second-half goals lift NWC to win

Region IX goals leader Leonardo Medeiros added to his total with a Saturday hat trick to help rally Northwest College past No. 16 Laramie County, 5-4. The win keeps Northwest College just one point behind LCCC in the race for a first-round bye in the season-ending Region IX tournament.

Four second-half goals lift NWC to win

Region IX goals leader Leonardo Medeiros added to his total with a Saturday hat trick to help rally Northwest College past No. 16 Laramie County, 5-4. The win keeps Northwest College just one point behind LCCC in the race for a first-round bye in the season-ending Region IX tournament.

September 29, 2011 9:18 am

Panthers remain in top spot

With the exception of a lone unknown voter who doesn’t think they’re worthy of a place in the top five, the Powell Panther football team was a near-unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in Class 3A this week. Powell received 22 of 23 first-place votes in the latest Wyopreps coaches and media poll.

September 27, 2011 8:55 am

Bronc busters

Panther defense blanks Jackson

Entering Friday night, the challenge for Powell’s defense was simple — slow down the leading rushing attack in Class 3A football. Jackson entered the contest averaging nearly 6 yards per carry and 265 yards on the ground per game.

Mission accomplished.

September 22, 2011 8:52 am

Kings of the hill

Powell Panthers ascend to No. 1 in 3A Standings

There’s a new sheriff in town as the Powell Panther football team moved into the top spot in the Wyopreps.com coaches and media football poll this week. The Panthers become the third school in five weeks to sit atop the poll.

The Panthers remained unbeaten with a 49-0 thrashing of Torrington last Friday. The team opens 3A West conference play this week with a 6 p.m. game against Jackson. The Broncs bring a 2-1 mark into that fray.

The Panthers received 24 out of 30 first-place votes in this week’s poll. Three more pollsters listed Powell second. The team also received one third-place vote and one fourth-place vote. One ballot submitted did not place Powell in the top five.

Sitting in second place behind the Panthers is Buffalo (2-1). The Bison received three first-place votes and moved up three spots in the rankings after a 17-14 overtime victory over previous No. 1 Green River last Friday.

Speaking of Green River, the Wolves slid to No. 3 following their defeat. The loss didn’t dissuade one voter in the state from continuing to keep Green River atop their ballot.

No. 4 Lander (3-0) and No. 5 Douglas (2-1) received the only other No. 1votes cast this week. Douglas, the preseason No. 1 team in the state,  slid two spots in the poll despite winning its game last Friday.

Riverton, Cody and Worland also received votes in this week’s poll.

Other updated polls this week:

Class 3A volleyball
1. Douglas (15-6), 2. Lander (17-2-1), 3. Cody (9-5), 4. Wheatland (14-9), 5. Torrington (8-5-1).

NJCAA volleyball

1. Western Nebraska (14-0), 2. Western Wyoming (17-0), 3. Blinn (20-0), 4. Tyler (15-0), 5. College of Southern Idaho (11-5), 6. San Jacinto-Central (16-3), 7. Salt Lake (13-4), 8. Iowa Western (17-2), 9. Eastern Arizona (13-3), 10. Miami Dade (4-3), 11. Paris (16-3), 12. Northeastern (12-4), 13. North Idaho (11-6), 14. Seminole State (16-2), 15. Barton (9-4), 16. Wallace State-Hanceville (14-0), 17. Seward County (11-2), 18. Navarro (14-2), 19. New Mexico Military (17-7), 20. College of Central Florida (16-3).

Receiving votes: Arizona Western, Central Wyoming, Clarendon, Hillborough, John A. Logan, Kaskaskia, Mineral Area, Missouri State-West Plains, Panola, Sheridan.

NJCAA men’s soccer

1. Barton (7-1), 2. Darton (6-1), 3. Schoolcraft (8-0), 4. Iowa Western (8-0), 5. Tyler (3-1-1), 6. Monroe (4-0), 7. Yavapai (7-0-2), 8. Georgia Perimeter (7-1), 9. College of DuPage (9-0), 10. Jefferson (8-0), 11. Western Texas (9-0), 12. Otero (5-1-1), 13. North Iowa Area (7-1), 14. Mercer County (3-1), 15. Cloud County (4-0-2), 16. Arizona Western (5-2), 17. Lincoln Land (7-1), 18. College of Southern Maryland (4-0), 19. Pima (5-2-1), 20. Chandler-Gilbert (5-2-1)

Receiving votes: CCBC-Essex, Cincinnati State Technical, Indian Hills-Ottumwa, Oakton, San Jacinto-South.

NJCAA women’s soccer
1. Paradise Valley (7-0), 2. Tyler (6-0), 3. Georgia Perimeter (4-0), 4. Monroe (5-1-1), 5. Butler (6-1-1), 6. Laramie County (9-1), 7. Anne Arundel (6-0), 8. Southwestern Illinois (6-1-1), 9. Iowa Western (6-3), 10. Johnson County (6-2-2), 11. Brevard (4-1), 12. North Idaho (4-0), 13. Louisburg (7-0), 14. Parkland (7-0), 15. Pearl River (7-1).

Receiving votes: Community College of Rhode Island, Scottsdale, Western Texas.