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Don Cogger

We got hit by a freight train,” said Panthers head soccer coach Jeff Dent.

Sauers first Wyoming recruit signed this year

A familiar name within the Park County soccer scene will hit the field for the Northwest College Lady Trappers this fall.

A recent survey of the community showed overwhelming 88 percent support of early-release Fridays in the Powell school system. That in itself is “unheard of,” according to superintendent Jay Curtis, as we know that people are usually more divided on most decisions. As a result, the 4.5-day school week will be ushered in with strong community buy-in for the start of the 2018-19 school year.

With visiting Riverton tying the game late on a penalty kick and time winding down in regulation, Panthers head soccer coach Jeff Dent wondered if his team should pump the brakes and prepare for overtime.

Powell High School girls’ soccer coach Jack Haire knew going into Friday’s game against visiting Riverton that his would be the faster team.

The sun was shining, but Mother Nature made up for it with the wind, as the Powell High School boys and girls track teams opened their season at the Yellowstone Sports Medicine Invitational in Cody on Saturday.

Renovations to Northwest College’s Johnson Fitness Center are being accelerated.

The Powell High School track and field team is shaping up to have its deepest roster in years, with 111 athletes turning out to participate for the 2018 season.

Powell played host to the 25th Annual Lone Wolf Taekwondo Championships earlier this month, welcoming 15 schools to what’s become the largest tournament of its kind in Wyoming.

Five members of the Northwest College men’s soccer program will be taking their talents to the next level, signing letters of intent with four-year schools to continue their careers on the pitch.

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