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U8 Boys The Heart Mountain United U8 Boys won three out of four games playing in the Snickers Cup’s copper division, having a “fabulous weekend,” said coach Pat D’Alessandro. The wins against Rawlins and Worland were both … more
The Lady Trappers were edged 71-69 by Dawson Community College on Tuesday, Dec. 6, then defeated Yellowstone Christian College, 64-41, on Wednesday, Dec. 7 and pounded Basketball Elite 100-54 on Saturday. After the narrow loss to Dawson, NWC head … more
“We plan on doing things better and making it a game,” Dent said last week. The Panthers didn’t disappoint. Worland (8-1) took the field at Panther Stadium Monday with their trademark physical brand of soccer, but instead of rocking back on … more
“It’s been a hard season, long season — the kids have worked extremely hard,” said NWC head coach Jim Zeigler. “It was disappointing on Friday night to not have more kids get through. It felt like they didn’t get to see the true fruits … more
A hat trick by Worland senior Casey Wassum and a few near misses by the home team later, Worland got exactly that, heading back home with a 3-1 win. “We played OK. Overall I think Worland just wanted the game more, for some reason,” said … more
The Trappers will head back to Sheridan this weekend for the Region IX Tournament play-in game and a final chance to extend their season. “We definitely need to make some adjustments going into this week,” said NWC head coach Brian Erickson. … more
Hosted by the Wyoming Desperados Mounted Shooters Club, the two-day event featured riders and shooters competing for bragging rights in six stages and three events — pistols, rifles and shotguns. Saturday’s competition was followed by a benefit … more
Northwest 67, Central 49 On Wednesday, Feb. 22, Northwest played on its home court for the last time this year, coming away with a 67-49 victory over Central. Head coach Janis Beal said it’s always good to get a win on Sophomore Night, … more
“I could not be more proud of the entire team,” said PHS head coach Bob Smartt. As a team, Powell took third with 159 points. Worland came in second with 176 and Lander won the state title with 322 points. The 200 medley relay is the first … more
“I do think our best golf is ahead of us, but this is a very good place to begin from,” said PHS head coach Troy Hildebrand. Playing at the Powell Golf Club, the Panthers finished as the top 3A team and fifth overall among 11 schools: … more
“Its unfortunate that our season got cut short cause I really think we just started to figure things out,” said head coach Shaun Pohlman. The Lady Trappers were seeded No. 2 going into the tournament. NWC 3, Eastern Wyoming 1 The first … more
“It’s basically a returning squad,” said PHS head tennis coach Joe Asay. “It was a strong team in a lot of respects and certainly with another year under their belt, I’m excited to see what these kids can do, for both the boys and the … more
Smartt said the “hierarchy of importance” for serious swimming is: 1. biomechanics (technique) 2. psychology (mental control and intrinsic rewards) 3. physiology (conditioning) “Our Ultra Short Race Pace Training (USRPT) helped us … more
Lady Panther swimmer Caitlyn Miner had a weekend to remember at the Powell Aquatic Center, cementing her name on the Hall of Fame board in a pair of events as the Powell High School girls’ … more
“That was an exciting game,” said Powell head coach Jack Haire. “The smiles on the girls’ faces, you can just tell they’re enjoying playing. We’re not losing to the top teams, we’re competing with them, and that’s … more
After playing shorthanded for most of the regular season, the Powell High School boys golf team returned to full strength at just the right time: At the Class 3A West Conference Tournament in Star … more
A wind-blown contest Friday at Panther Stadium, however, forced Douglas to all but abandon that strategy, something Panthers head coach Jeff Dent and his squad planned for. Powell put the Bearcats on their heels from the start and both teams battled … more
The Trappers (11-9, 2-2) are slowly working their way back to full strength after injuries to key players. Head coach Brian Erickson said a two-game win streak was just what the team needed after dropping the first two games of their conference … more
Playing in the East/West Classic Tournament in Cody, the Lady Panthers edged Newcastle 60-57, and Buffalo 40-38, sandwiched around a 53-36 loss to Rawlins. “Proud of the start we are off to. These girls will work to get better,” said PHS head … more
Down 28-6 at the half against a solid Lander team, Powell High School head football coach Aaron Papich knew the team waiting for him in the locker room was better prepared than the score would … more
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