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Panthers take championship

Karst named outstanding varsity wrestler at home invite

Powell High School’s wrestlers opened their season with a victory at home, beating 19 other teams at the Powell Athletic Roundtable Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Twelve PHS wrestlers placed in the top six.

PHS swimmers start season strong

The Powell High School boys swim team started the season out strong at home in a triangular with Worland and Cody. Eight of the Panthers’ 16 swimmers posted state qualifying times — and they won nine of the 12 events on Friday.

Panther basketball goes 1-2 in Cody

A win over Douglas highlighted the Powell High School boys basketball team’s opening weekend in Cody.

Off to best start in a decade

NWC Lady Trappers go 2-0 at Big Horn Federal Shootout

Two recent wins put the Lady Trappers’ record at 9-4 — the best start to a season for the Northwest College women’s basketball program in at least 10 years.

Trappers show improvement in Great Falls

The Northwest College wrestling team traveled to Great Falls, Montana, to compete in the Argo Duals on Friday, where the team went 1-2. On Saturday, the Trappers competed amongst 23 teams in the Heritage Inn Open, with sophomore Taylor Jefferies finishing third in the 133-pound weight class.

Powell High School’s freshman football team won five out of their eight games this season.

A tough stretch that saw the Northwest College men’s basketball team drop four of five games ended over the weekend at the Big Horn Federal Shootout, with the Trappers notching wins over Dawson Community College and Rocky Mountain JV.

About 20 schools will descend on Powell this Friday and Saturday for the Powell High School Wrestling Invitational, which will officially begin the season for the Panther wrestlers.

Panther swim team dives into season

The Powell High School boys’ swim team will dive into the 2017-18 season at home on Friday in a triangular against Worland and Cody at 5 p.m.

Lady Trappers go 1-1 at Idaho Invitational

The Northwest College women’s basketball team saw mixed results at the College of Southern Idaho Tournament in Twin Falls, Idaho last week. The Lady Trappers faced off against Arizona Western, losing 58-55, on Friday, Nov. 24, and rebounded Saturday to beat Tohono O’odham Community College, 113-56.

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