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Dante Geoffrey

Cardinals win championship; all-star team has been  picked

The Powell Cardinals beat the Lovell Diamondbacks 8-0 to claim the Powell Little League Major Division championship Thursday night.

Cory Heny hit a solo home run and pitched two perfect innings of relief to lead the Powell Pioneers to a 4-2 victory over the Cody Cubs Wednesday night.

The graduation requirements of a Northwest College student will bring a variety of outdoor opportunities for Powell youths this summer.

Kym Casner, 24, is an outdoor education major who plans on graduating in December. She is working this summer on her practicum, a required project that will gain her real-world experience in her field.

The importance of team play – and the apparent lack of it in regards to the Powell Pioneers – was brought up in a letter to the editor that ran in the June 4 issue of the Powell Tribune.

It was supposed to be a dramatic clash between two cross-county rivals. Instead, it quickly became a one-sided laugher that wasn’t even as close as the lopsided score.

June 25, 2013 7:56 am

The boys of summer (school)

In life, as in baseball, everybody experiences setbacks. Some are small, some are demoralizing, and some take up a month of your summer.

 

June 20, 2013 8:29 am

Vogt K-outs Lovell Mustangs

Frankie Vogt struck out 19 batters in a complete-game one-hitter Tuesday night, Matt Sweet drove in two runs and the Powell Pioneers beat the Lovell Mustangs 7-1 in the first league game of the season.

 

When I was in elementary school, pro wrestling was a pretty big deal.

Well, not to me — I chose to invest an unhealthy amount of my time on real sports that give athletes concussions and turn them into suicidal depressants — but to most of the male population of Gehringer Elementary, the ring was king.

Powell High School didn’t have to search far to find its next varsity boys’ basketball coach.

Current physical education teacher and former Panthers freshman boys basketball coach Chase Kistler has been chosen to replace Mike Heny as head coach of Powell’s varsity team. It will be Kistler’s first time as a varsity head coach.

Frankie Vogt continues hot season with 12-for-14 tournament

The Powell Pioneers’ seesaw season continued over the weekend in Williston, N.D., at the Cash Wise Foods/Delaney Recycling Baseball Invitational.