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The Cubs boys and girls traveled to Lovell for the conference track meet on May 10  and then to Riverton on May 13 for the Best of the Best meet.

Lander originally was scheduled to host the Best of the Best, but weather moved the meet to Riverton.

The Powell High School boys’ soccer team is a healthy first-round favorite as the Class 3A State Tournament begins today (Thursday) in Jackson.

The Panthers open at 9 a.m. with a match against Pinedale for the third time this season.

Powell is 2-0 against the Wranglers after beating them 7-0 in the season opener March 22 and again 5-2 on the road May 3.

The Powell High School track and field teams will count on a deep and diverse group of athletes as the Panthers seek state glory this weekend in Casper.

The Panthers are the only team in Class 3A to have an athlete qualify in every event at the state meet.

Defense will be key to success in Jackson  

When the Powell girls kick off their first-round match of the Class 3A State Soccer Tournament at 2 p.m. today (Thursday) they will be facing a daunting, but not unbeatable, opponent.

Powell’s Sullivan wins conference decathlon title  

LARAMIE — Powell native and UW junior Kyle Sullivan won the decathlon and the University of Wyoming track and field teams had a historic 2014 Mountain West Outdoor Championships last week in Laramie.

Team awaits return of three starters  

An undermanned and inexperienced Powell Pioneers team was no match for the Sheridan Troopers in Sunday’s season-opening doubleheader.

Powell, playing without at least three starters, lost 12-5 and 12-2 against the AA Troopers.

The road to state was never going to be an easy one.

There was an extra stop along the way, but by Saturday’s end, Powell beat Torrington in Lander to get to Jackson.

The Powell High School girls’ soccer team advanced to the Class 3A state tournament on the heels of a 1-0 victory against the Trailblazers (7-6-1, 2-2 Southeast) in Saturday afternoon’s qualifying game.

Girls search for goals as team gears up for playoff  

The PHS girls’ soccer team finished the 2014 season unfinished.

A 16-game regular season schedule wasn’t enough for the Panthers either to qualify for or to be eliminated from state title contention, and the girls will play Torrington in Lander on Saturday in a do-or-die playoff.

Panthers look to rack up personal bests, earn high seeds

Powell Panthers yet to qualify have two more days to prove they belong at the state track meet.

The Powell High School track and field team competes at the regional meet in Lander Friday and Saturday, giving athletes a shot at extending their season by another week.

Del Nose named Big Sky Coach of the Year  

The Northwest College men’s rodeo team wrapped up the 2014 spring season with a second-place finish in the Big Sky Region and a berth at the College National Finals Rodeo.

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