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Best record in the Region IX North? Check.

Clinched home court for the regional tourney? Check.

Ready to win one of two region berths in the national tournament? The Northwest College Trappers say they plan to check that, too.

Panthers hope for run of success

The regular season is over for the Powell Panthers and head coach Chase Kistler is eager to see which team will appear on the floor at Lander Valley High School today (Thursday) — the high-flying squad that runs over opponents, or the at-times listless team that struggles to keep its focus.

It was a stellar regular season for the Lady Panther basketball team, but “we start brand new now,” said head coach Scott McKenzie. “We have to come ready to go this weekend.”

CASPER — “I’ve said it a million times, but when they come here, they wrestle hard.”

Nate Urbach was talking about Douglas High School on Saturday night, and indirectly, the 15 other Class 3A teams competing Friday and Saturday in Casper.

PHS boys swimming claims second

Ben Wetzel highlights 3A state meet with two titles, prestigious award

Just because Lander Valley High School has a stranglehold on Class 3A swimming doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of success to go around.

After a round of play-in games over the weekend, eight teams advanced to the quarterfinal round of the Region IX Men’s Basketball Tournament, which will play out on the Cabre Gym court starting Thursday.

Kye Catlin is honored to be in the same conversation with Powell High School alumnus Auston Carter.

He just wishes it was for one reason, not two.

Powell High School boys swimming coach Stephanie Warren has been honest with her swimmers this season.

Five representing Northwest college wrestling in Iowa

The Northwest College wrestling team will send five grapplers into battle at the two-day NJCAA National Wrestling Championship starting Friday in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

PHS repeats as regional champs

‘Underdogs’ give Panther wrestling a push

LOVELL — Any idea that Powell High School’s dream of a fourth straight state wrestling title rests on the shoulders of five Panthers was shattered on Friday and Saturday.

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