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Marchant signed her letter of intent on May 17. “As I was going through emails with coaches and talking with coaches over the phone, none of them really grasped my attention and made me want to be about whatever their program was,” Marchant … more
Powell won its first game against Pinedale, 37-27, but lost the next two games against Mountain View, 38-34, and Cody, 30-22. It’s the first time since the 2006-07 season that the Lady Panthers will not make the trip to state. “If you … more
Lyman 74, Powell 37 Lyman featured five seniors as starters (with a sixth on the bench) while Powell brought two seniors, two juniors and a sophomore. “We went against a very veteran Lyman team that made very few mistakes and we made too … more
“Baseball has changed a lot,” Hatmaker said. “It’s so much different now.” The long-time Powell coach said baseball is really a game of repetition, which is a double-edged sword: In repetition, there can be improvement — though … more
With the sting of Lander’s second-half comeback last weekend still fresh in their minds, the Powell High School girls’ basketball team righted the ship Friday, downing Class 3A Northwest … more
The three-game swing began with a win over conference rival Laramie County Community College on Thursday, 78-75. That was followed by a disappointing loss to Snow College in the opening round of the Western Wyoming Classic, 95-91 in overtime. The … more
The Saturday-Sunday event, held at the Pathfinder Reservoir in Casper, featured the top 50 teams from a tournament series that had more than 120 teams. The three tournament series began with events in May and June at Glendo Reservoir between … more
The Powell Swim Club wrapped up its summer season recently, with four swimmers competing at the 2018 Wyoming Summer Long Course Championship Swim Meet. The summer championship meet was held on the … more
The Powell High School boys’ basketball team shook off last weekend’s loss to Lander in solid fashion on Friday, besting Class 3A Northwest rival Lovell 39-28 at Panther Gym. Seniors … more
Lady Trappers’ head coach Janis Beal said that in these early season games, she wants her team to focus “more [on] what we do and how we do things and improve on those things instead of focusing as much on the opposing team — focus more on … more
Before the opening ceremonies of the 2018 Schwan’s USA Cup soccer tournament in Minnesota, all anyone wanted to know was who the kids in the loud yellow jerseys were. As all the teams … more
The Powell High School wrestling team squared off against the best Wyoming has to offer over the weekend, placing fifth as a team at the annual Ron Thon Memorial Invitational in … more
Trapper Nodir Safarov claimed the championship title in the elite bracket in the 125-pound weight class. The Cowboy Open features two brackets of competition, an elite and an amateur. Safarov was the Trappers’ sole wrestler to compete in the … more
After a disappointing showing at the Cowboy Open in Laramie to open the season, the Northwest College wrestling team bounced back over the weekend at Saturday’s NWC Open, placing six Trappers … more
“We are still continuing to cut time,” said head coach Stephanie Warren, “which in this point of the season is good.” Honoring its seniors On Tuesday, Jan. 23, the swim team hosted the last dual of the season against Cody — and used … more
It had been a rocky start to the 2018-19 season for the Northwest College women’s basketball team, which limped into Tuesday’s home opener against Rocky Mountain JV with an 0-5 record … more
“Really good weekend for us,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. “Two great hostile environments to play in, and the girls did a nice job of winning both games.” The Cody game could be an important one for the Lady Panthers in terms of … more
“It’s always good to see them battling for that whole second game after the rough first one,” said Pioneers manager George Laughlin. “They came back and showed their character and how much they want to learn and want to improve and you know … more
After losing three straight games to start the season, the Northwest College men’s basketball team seems to have righted the ship, routing Rocky Mountain JV 99-66 in Tuesday’s home opener … more
“I was really happy with that meet, we had some great breakout performances. We threw a few kids into some new events and they really did well,” said PHS head track coach Scott Smith. “I was really happy we finally had some nice weather, and … more
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