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“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
The Panthers finished first in a field that included Cody, Worland, Ten Sleep and Riverside (Basin), scoring 230 points; Cody was second with 211. On the girls side, Cody took the top spot with 237 points, while Powell followed with 200. “We … more
Lady Trappers 94, Little Big Horn College 41 Little Big Horn College (1-14, 0-3) has only five players on the roster and had a player foul out midway through the fourth quarter. “We kind of started to create some bad habits,” said head … more
“Found out a lot about our players, what their strengths and weaknesses are,” said head coach Chase Kistler. “Just like every other Powell Panther team, they never give up fighting — always competing no matter the score.” The Panthers … more
It was a memorable year for Powell High School athletics, as students were recognized for their accomplishments both in competition and in the classroom at the 2017-18 Athletic Awards Night last … more
On Friday at 7 p.m., the Trappers will compete against Western Wyoming in the Apodaca Dual — the team’s only home dual of the season. Northeastern Junior College Dual At the end of Saturday’s dual, both teams had a score of 24. In … more
“I think it was the best we wrestled all year,” said a pleased PHS head coach Nate Urbach. After the first day of competition, Powell sat in fourth place. “I  ... told the kids in the wrestle-backs (effectively, the consolation … more
The perennially tough Tiger swimmers won the meet 100-85 by winning all but two events, but Panther swimmers finished second in all but one event to keep the score close. Eleven Panthers used the meet to qualify for state, including five who … more
The seventh annual Dano’lope’ Dash Fun Run fielded its largest number of runners yet on Saturday, June 2, with 136 participants enjoying perfect weather for a good cause at the Park … more
PHS junior JuliaKay O’Neill earned All State honors with runner-up finishes in the 400 meter dash and 800 meter run. Among the 16 teams who competed at the state tournament, the Panther boys finished sixth with 50 points and the Lady Panthers … more
The top three teams were Lander (331), Lyman (231) and Powell (175). “Overall we had a great weekend,” PHS head coach Stephanie Warren said. “We had a third place finish, which is wonderful, we were very excited about that. We knew that … more
Despite a solid six innings on the mound by starting pitcher Colin Queen, the Powell Pioneers baseball team once again found themselves on the wrong side of a double-digit inning, falling to the … more
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