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Dante Geoffrey

For the second time in a week the Northwest Trappers volleyball team couldn’t finish what it started against a nationally ranked opponent.

The Powell Panthers volleyball team knocked off the defending Class 2A state champions Tuesday night in Powell.

Felicity Zegarelli’s first-set performance against Central Wyoming was forgettable, especially after she followed it with three sets of memorable and timely play that helped lead the Northwest Trappers to a win Tuesday night.

Game halted by lightning

Lightning crashed twice during Friday night’s Powell Panthers football game, once on the game’s first play, and again to end the game after three quarters of play.

The Powell Panthers volleyball team went 5-2 but failed to place after getting off to a promising start at the Mont./Wyo. Border War in Powell Friday and Saturday.

The Northwest Trappers volleyball team won the first set against the No.1-ranked squad in the nation but lost back-to-back matches for the first time this season in Rock Springs this past weekend.

The Trappers (5-5) were swept by the New Mexico Military Institute 23-25, 23-25, 14-25 Friday and then lost in four sets to No. 1 Western Nebraska Community College 25-23, 17-25, 19-25, 14-25 Saturday.


The hometown heroes and consensus preseason Class 3A favorite Powell Panthers looked to be in championship form in their home opening blowout of the Custer County Cowboys Saturday night.

The Northwest College men’s soccer team is 2-2 to start the season despite playing with a depleted squad.

The Trappers beat Dodge City (Nebraska) 1-0 at home Aug. 23 and Chemeketa (Salem, Ore.) by the same 1-0 score in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Aug. 31.

The Powell High School girls’ swimming and diving team will look to make a splash at state this year with one of the deepest squads in recent memory.

A fire burning near the Beartooth Highway south of Red Lodge, Mont., has rerouted the Cycle Greater Yellowstone bicycle tour.

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