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Don Amend

PHS Volleyball preps for 3A West in Rawlins

The Powell Panthers head into conference competition this week after closing out the preseason with a mixed performance in tournament action in Rawlins over the weekend that featured all 16 Class 3A teams.

I’m not happy about it, but this column is going to be about the presidential election.

It’s too early. The election is more than a year away, for Pete’s sake, and the people who are running for president, at least most of them, already hold offices. They should be doing the job they were elected to last time. They could wait another six months and still have plenty of time to deliver their glittering visions of how great they would be at running the country.

The Northwest College Trapper volleyball team roared out to a big first set win and swept the Rocky Mountain College JV team despite a ragged performance in the closing set Wednesday night.

The Northwest Trappers opened the 2015 volleyball season in a big way, knocking off the top-ranked junior college team in the nation and surprising their coach in the process.

new era began for the Powell High School volleyball team last week, and while the team won only one of five matches, new coach Morgan Kistler was pleased with the results.

The Powell Panther volleyball team hits the road to open their season this weekend at the Douglas Invitational.

I’ve had a lot of time to think the last couple of years.

When you’re young, nothing marks the passage of time more than the first day of school.

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