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PHS cross country steps up the pace

On the girls’ side of the meet, the Lady Panthers took a step up in finishing second out of the six competing teams. The Powell girls totaled 69 points, just 20 behind the winning Cody squad’s 49. Thermopolis was just four points further back … more

Outlaws send three to NWC soccer team

Just over a month ago, the Rawlins High School boys’ soccer team squared off against Powell to open the 2018 Wyoming State Soccer Tournament, downing the Panthers 6-0. The Outlaws went on an … more

JV boys basketball ends season with 7-12 record

“(The) biggest thing is I thought the kids played well,” said PHS JV coach Waleryan Wisniewski. “Consistency was a hard thing that we had to deal with all year.” With the continuous changes throughout the year, finding a groove and … more

Northwest Trapper rodeo riding strong

Montana State currently leads the men’s standings with 1,663.5 points; Northwest is close behind in second with 1,459 points, 80 points ahead of third-place University of Montana Western, which has 1,379. The margin on the women’s side is … more

Junior golf program gaining steam

A revamped format in the summer junior golf program has proven to be a hit, with 40 to 50 kids attending weekly lessons at Powell Golf Club. A joint effort of the PGC and the Powell Recreation … more

NWC women’s soccer team relying on youth movement

First-year interim head coach Jessica Lum will be beginning her career as well, following in the footsteps of coach Rob Hill, who left the program after last season. Following a scrimmage last week against the Powell High School boys soccer team, … more

Pioneers continue to progress in losses

“Miles of improvement from the first game to today,” said manager George Laughlin. “We can rely on everybody that we call on, we got confidence in our guys and I think we will be peaking now that conference is getting started.” Powell … more

MudFest makes for a fun mess

“Overall it was a great event. It ended up being a “north vs south” battle with the guys from Casper area going head to head with the guys from Billings area, all meeting up in the middle right here in Powell,” event organizer Brock Ninker … more

Cody sweeps doubleheader

Tuesday’s day-night doubleheader against the Cody Cubs A squad was a tale of two games for the Powell Pioneers. The Powell team survived a 22-1 rout in the first game to battle back for a more … more

Tough schedule awaits volleyballers

It will be a bit of a rebuilding year for the Lady Trappers, as the team returns six sophomores and welcomes 10 freshmen. NWC head volleyball coach Shaun Pohlman said that though there are six returning players, it “doesn’t necessarily mean … more

Sixth annual PAC triathlon a fun, welcoming event

“We couldn’t have had a better day with the weather,” said race director Tanya Bonner. “Thought it went really well.” Competitors could compete either solely or as a team and local athletes as well as athletes from a few different … more

Trappers enter new era on the pitch

The Trappers, fresh off of a pair of strong “friendlies” against Colorado Northwestern Community College and Northwest Kansas, open their season Friday against Northeastern Junior College at Trapper Field. Head coach Stan Rodrigues said he’s … more

Panther swimmers place second at conference

Creed broke the conference and Kemmerer pool record in the 100 breaststroke to finish in the top spot of that event, with a time of 1:10.31. Wilkerson continued his winning ways in diving, finishing first with a score of 450.30. The Panthers had 25 … more

Lady Panther basketball team beats Pinedale, Star Valley

Lady Panthers 39, Lady Wranglers 22 Powell (12-3 overall) came out in the first quarter to outscore Pinedale (3-14) by a 10-3 margin. By the end of the third quarter, the Lady Panthers had increased the lead to 30-15. They went on to win … more

PHS wrestlers rebound to beat Lander after loss to Worland

Worland 43, Powell 16 It was a battle of top-five teams on Thursday in Worland, as the fourth-ranked Panthers squared off against the No. 2 Warriors. Worland won 43-16. The Panthers’ 16 points came by winning only three matches. Bo … more

Fitness stations installed at Homesteader Park

Enjoy walking the pathway at Homesteader Park? You can now add strength training to your routine, with the addition of several outdoor fitness stations that are available to the public free of … more

Brawling against the Bulldogs

“Another good close game for us and finding a way to win,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. “Lovell is a really good team.” Up until the final seconds, neither team led by more than two points throughout the fourth quarter. Coach … more

5 Trappers named Region IX All Conference

Five Trappers also received post-season honors, as Ryan Tyrer, Luke Holt, Daniel Lobera, Robert George and Aaron Kovac were named to the Region IX North All Conference teams. “I’m a little shocked,” Rodrigues said of the recognition. … more

After overtime comeback, Lady Trappers are Region IX Tournament-bound

The overtime win will not only be remembered as a comeback that extended the Lady Trappers’ season; it’s also the first time in her eight years as NWC’s head coach that Janis Beal’s squad has posted a win at the Swede Gymnasium in … more

PHS wrestling battles at the Battle of the Bighorns

Taking a detour to Worland, the squad battled to a second-place finish at the Battle of the Bighorns. Powell also had three wrestlers — Reese Karst, Eli Briggs and Ty Dearcorn — grapple in a “best of the best” match; Karst and Ty Dearcorn … more
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