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It will be a youth movement for the Powell High School boys’ swimming and diving team this season, as 10 freshmen will take to the pool for the Panthers. “We’re a young team, but … more
In the interests of safety — namely, concerns about emerging grizzly bears — the trail had been temporarily closed since late March. The Nature Conservancy has been enacting precautionary closures since 2015. Heart Mountain’s trail officially … more
It was a busy but productive weekend for the Powell High School girls’ swimming and diving team, with invites in Cody and Riverton producing a host of state-qualifying performances. At … more
The Northwest College volleyball team is riding a hot streak of late, winning four straight matches dating back to Sept. 8. The Lady Trappers just finished their busiest week of the Region IX … more
This weekend will be a busy one for Powell High School athletics, as the winter sports season kicks off with home contests for every team with the exception of boys’  and girls’ … more
At its spring meeting in April, the Wyoming High School Activities Association Board of Directors Meeting voted to reclassify Wyoming schools in basketball, volleyball, outdoor track and field and soccer. While Powell appears set to stay in Class … more
After a decisive Zero Week win against Riverton last week, the Powell High School football team went into Friday’s season-opener at Worland looking to build on that momentum. Instead, after … more
The Powell High School girls’ swimming and diving team continued to impress over the weekend, winning the Worland Invitational as the season reaches its midpoint. The Lady Panthers dominated … more
The team exhibited their up-tempo style of play for a healthy crowd of spectators Friday with a 3-2 win against the NJC Plainsmen at Trapper Field. The crowd was just as large for Saturday’s match, though the visiting Cougars from WNCC took … more
“It was good to get a win,” said PHS head coach Chase Kistler. Mountain View 56, Panthers 49 The Panthers jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter, 13-4, and led 25-18 at halftime. In the second half, Mountain View made a … more
Both games were hard-fought contests, with the Lady Trappers creating plenty of scoring opportunities. Finding the back of the net proved to be a little more of a challenge, however, as NWC fell to the Plainswomen and the Lady Cougars 2-0 and 3-1 … more
“It was an exciting dual,” said head coach Nate Urbach. “It went back and forth and it came down to the last match and we ended up not getting it.” The dual started at the 285 pound weight class with Powell’s Brandon Thompson, a senior … more
“This team is funky, because I wouldn’t bet against them, but I wouldn’t bet on them just yet,” said NWC head volleyball coach Shaun Pohlman. “I don’t know how good we are; I don’t know how bad we are. We really gotta play a game that … more
After a promising 3-2 start to open Region IX North conference play, the Northwest College men’s basketball team has dropped five straight, with road losses last week at Sheridan and … more
The Lady Panthers had 23 turnovers in each game, a factor in both losses. Powell lost to Mountain View 47-33 and Lyman 49-36. “The whole weekend, turnovers was our problem,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. Mountain View 47, Lady … more
The Worland Warriors jumped out to a quick lead Tuesday night against the Powell High School girls’ basketball team and never looked back, as the battle of 3A Northwest rivals went to Worland … more
Asher finished in ninth place in the state for his performance on defense throughout the 2017 season and made the Class 3A All-State team in the linebacker position. He averaged 14.8 defensive points scored per game, amassing a grand total of 118 … more
The Powell High School boys’ basketball team welcomed a familiar foe to Panther Gym Tuesday, as the Panthers squared off against the Worland Warriors (8-8, 1-2) for the third time this … more
“Overall, it was a really good trip,” said Trappers head coach Brian Erickson. “It was great in the way of experience. North Idaho is picked to win the Scenic West Athletic Conference; they’re a really good team. Playing them twice gave us a … more
Sogabe, a native of Kamakura, Japan, said she was “really glad to have made it.” Like most players at the collegiate level, “Hiro,” as she’s known to her teammates, began playing soccer at a young age. This was Sogabe’s first full … more
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