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Sports

PHS comes on strong at Casper Classic

Though it was pushed back a few days due to the wild Wyoming weather this spring, the Wyoming Track and Field Classic went off Monday at Harry Geldien Stadium at Kelly Walsh High School in Casper.

Trappers seek to best Dillon at final rodeo of season

Competition is tight as the college rodeo season enters the final stretch. A mere 35-point difference pushed the Northwest College Trapper men out of the top three and into fifth at the University of Montana rodeo in Missoula last weekend.

Powell tennis takes on Cody

The spring season for tennis is more about gaining experience and working toward improvement for the regular season next fall than wins and losses in the now.

A silver linings weekend for soccer

There were no wins for Powell soccer this weekend, but there were positives taken from losses to both Buffalo and Cody.

The one bit of a sour taste came from the Panther boys at Buffalo Friday, where they took a 5-1 loss to the Bison.

Dukes it out against inclement weather

It has been a hodgepodge of a spring practice season for the Powell golf team, with troublesome weather and conflicting schedules making last weekend’s Panther Spring Invitational the first time that head coach Troy Hildebrand has had his full team competing.

Earlybird gets season started

The tournament season at the Powell Golf Club teed off with the Earlybird Tournament on Saturday, which played host to 14 teams, totaling 56 players.

“It was a cool day with a wonderful turnout,” PGA Pro Chris Jones said.

Can’t rain on their parade

NWC rodeo team succeeds despite downpour during Miles City rodeo

Not even a downpour of rain could dampen the Northwest College rodeo team’s spirits as they racked up some serious points at the Miles City rodeo last weekend.

Donarski goes from Panther to Trapper

Breanna Donarski has levels of success in her three years starting for the Powell varsity volleyball team and is primed for more, as she recently signed on the dotted line to join the Northwest College Trapper program.

AND ANOTHER THING: My curse reversed?

Anyone who really knows me, and/or anyone who is a true, die-hard Cub fan can understand the turmoil I went through last Thursday evening.

Panthers pounce on competition

At Thursday’s home quad relay meet that was mostly for fun, with such events as the hurdles relay, Powell also saw another state qualifier as Lexee Craig triple jumped 33 feet, 5.5 inches to stamp her ticket in a second event.

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