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Aleksandra Djordjevic pronounces her I’s like E’s and her W’s like V’s, and when she gets into “trouble,” she isn’t afraid to facetiously use “I don’t know” as an escape route.

NWC men overwhelm Rocky Mountain JV

23-1 run ignites Trapper romp; team moves to 7-1 on season

At one point, the Trappers trailed by four.

And then, the Northwest College men’s basketball team left a trail of fire behind them as they chalked up a 100-70 rout of Rocky Mountain College’s visiting junior varsity squad Tuesday at Cabre Gym in Powell.

Trapper volleyball heads to nationals

Northwest seeded 9th, face 8th-seed State College of Florida

For the last 11 days, the Northwest College volleyball team has been asking a question that head coach Shaun Pohlman has no answer for.

Why not us?

‘Brothers’ lead NWC to 6-1 record

Transfers Boucher and Desilien team up to help Trappers to fast start on season

After five years playing along side Christopher Boucher, William Desilien was convinced that if he and his best friend were going to fulfill their potential, they’d need to be on the court at the same time.

Lady Trappers triumph with 1-2 punch

Offense, defense delivers first winning streak

Northwest College women’s basketball coach Janis Beal was waiting for a well-rounded effort from her team.

The Lady Trappers gave her two.

Trapper men share scoring in victories

Seven Trappers reach double digits during weekend games

These weren’t just any victories for Northwest College; these were equal opportunity victories.

Cowboy Open tall task for trappers

Sophomore Jacob Beck takes first

A “butt chewing” was all Jacob Beck needed to right the ship.

With an offense like this, who needs defense?

Well, Northwest College men’s basketball coach Brian Erickson does. And despite a 3-0 road trip in which the Trappers averaged 105 points per game, Erickson is hoping NWC puts the pressure on sooner than later.

Several times during the recently concluded Powell High School athletics fall season, I had coaches, players and parents relay to me a statement of reminiscence.

“You should have been here last year,” they’d tell me.

PHS volleyball settles for 3rd

Following second-round upset loss, Lady panthers finish on high note

CASPER — The Lady Panthers played like champions, they just did so on the wrong day.

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