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Don Amend

Regional play begins this week

The regular season ended for the Northwest Trapper volleyball team after they collected two more wins last week, and this week they take their 28-4 record to Rock Springs and the Region IX North Tournament on a mission to qualify for the National Tournament.

have decided to break a promise.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the things we Americans are afraid of. Among other things, I said our politicians and others often try to scare us for their own purposes and that I could write more on the subject.

team of determined Panthers battled their way to a spot in the state volleyball tournament last week with a win over Cody.

The Northwest College Trappers secured their grip on first place in the region with two road wins last week that also saw one team member reach a personal milestone.

The Powell Panthers earned the second seed in the regional tournament after splitting two conference matches over the weekend.

The Northwest Trappers rang up four more wins last week to run their volleyball record to 23-4 for the season.

Not long ago, my chauffeur, nutritionist and cat wrangler, the one who actually heads my household, took me on a ride to Cody.

Two conference rivals invaded Cabre Gym last week and were sent home losers, as the Northwest College Trappers remained undefeated in Region IX play.

I’m getting kind of old.

Not so old, though, that I don’t remember those “good old golden rule days,” like, say, the fourth grade.

The Powell Panthers volleyball team collected a second conference win on a weekend that saw the standings tighten.

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