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Pioneers 1-3 at Billings tourney

The roller-coaster season of the Powell Pioneers Legion A baseball team continued in earnest over the weekend, as the club finished 1-3 in the 2018 Stanaway Wood Bat Tournament in Billings. The … more

Lady Panthers JV volleyball team wins conference

“I am so proud of these girls, they impressed me all throughout the season,” said JV coach Tasha Miller. “One of my highlights was the game against Billings Senior.” When Billings Senior came to Powell on Sept. 12, Powell won in three … more

Trappers drop heart-breaker to Sheridan 62-58

After all, the two teams had met twice during the regular season, each winning on its home floor; NWC’s win came in a triple-OT performance last month that fans will be talking about for years. Despite a loss to the Generals a week ago to end the … more

Panthers struggle against Bulldogs

“We started out slow,” PHS head coach Chase Kistler said of the Dec. 13 loss in Lovell. Powell trailed 12-2 at the end of the first quarter. The Panthers managed to claw their way back to three points, 18-15, toward the end of the second … more

Rain cuts 3A state tourney short at Powell Golf Club

Hosting the Class 3A State Tournament on Friday, “we suffered our worst day of the year by far,” said PHS coach Troy Hildebrand. Normally, the Powell boys would have gotten a chance to rebound on day two of the tournament, but rain forced the … more

NWC’s Peters tapped to lead soccer programs

Northwest College women’s soccer coach Bobby Peters will have a full plate heading into fall, as the first-year coach has agreed to also take the helm of the men’s program for the … more

Cody downs Panthers 2-0

It was the second scoreless game in a row for the Panthers, following a 1-0 loss to top-ranked Worland last week. “We’ve got a young team,” said Powell head coach Jeff Dent. “We have to remember that when games like this happen. Their … more

Are you ready for some football? Friday Night Lights begin at Panther Stadium

“It’s always good to have them at home,” PHS head coach Chanler Buck said of the non-conference rivalry game against the Bearcats. “It’s always exciting playing that Douglas team.” The Panthers look to rebound from a 41-6 drubbing at … more

Largest field ever for Lone Wolf Taekwondo Championships

“This tournament is our yearly celebration and we welcome spectators from across the Big Horn Basin to come see what Olympic-style taekwondo is all about,” said instructor Chris Ivanoff of Lone Wolf Martial Arts in Powell. “It’s great to see … more

Panther football doused at Green River

Neither team had much luck moving the ball in the early going on the cold and rainy night. The Panthers stuffed Green River’s first drive and then forced a fumble on their second possession. Another drive for the Wolves was essentially squashed … more

Lady Panthers fall to Cody in OT

The Lady Panthers (4-6-1, 1-2) slowed the potent Cody offense for much of the game, using a couple of different defensive formations to keep the Fillies (10-1, 3-0) off balance, “I thought we played outstanding as a team; the ball was moved … more

New coach, new season for Lady Panther swim team

“Our first week of practice has progressed smoothly,” Smartt said. “We have had a new training system, for the athletes to learn: USRPT or Ultra Short Race Paced Training.” Smartt explained that half the team participated in the summer … more

Powell swimmers thump Cody, finish third in Worland

Competing against Cody in a Thursday dual, six PHS girls posted Class 3A state meet-qualifying times in eight different events. “It was a really good day for qualifications,” PHS head coach Luke Robertson said, adding, “I think everybody … more

Cubs strong at Riverton meet

The eighth grade boys amassed 131 points to finish first in the eight-team field, while the seventh grade boys piled up 109 points to finish second. Other teams present were Lander, Cody, Worland, Saratoga, Thermopolis, Little Snake River and … more

Lady Panthers volleyball to open season at Riverton Invitational

“All the girls worked hard this last week,” said PHS head coach Randi Bonander. “[The girls] focused on how to be grateful athletes, and now we are ready to get the season started.” On the varsity team this year, the Lady Panthers have … more

Panthers making strides: Tracksters break personal records in Lovell

Close to 80 boys and girls from PHS competed at the weekend meet and head coach Scott Smith guessed that around 80 percent of them set at least one personal record. “That’s what you hope for,” Smith said, calling it “a great meet” for … more

Trapper/Gillette upset!

Clad head to toe in black, Erickson had a message for his team ahead of squaring off against the undefeated and nationally-ranked Pronghorns. “I asked the guys in the locker room for a moment of silence,” Erickson explained. “They looked at … more

Trapper rodeo team opens spring strong in Bozeman

“I was pretty happy with the results, because I didn’t think we were going to win it,” said Trappers head rodeo coach Del Nose. “We got to the short round and Bozeman made some mistakes; our guys stepped up to the plate.” The NWC men … more

Trappers lose to Western Wyoming in Apodaca Dual Showdown

“... Overall, I thought our guys competed hard. I was proud of them for the way they wrestled,” head coach Jim Zeigler said of the 27-14 loss. “Obviously we’re disappointed we didn’t win the match, but I was proud of them for wrestling … more

Discovered on a whim

However, after a year of playing lacrosse, O’Neill does know that “it’s been a ton of fun.” “And I’m glad to play for the university, and I’m glad that I decided to just try it out,” she said. This is O’Neill’s second year … more
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