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Northwest names Conde interim volleyball coach

Conde’s tenure as interim coach began this week. “The whole thing was kind of in the works the last couple weeks,” she said. “We got all the paperwork done, and yesterday [Monday] was my official starting day as coach for the … more

Future of Powell Panther football program bright

“JV played well together for the short amount of games they had,” said defensive coach Chase Kistler. The Panther JV opened the season on Aug. 26 with an 18-6 loss to Rocky Mountain at home, but rebounded to deliver a 34-0 pounding of Buffalo … more

NWC on 8-game streak

The Trappers defeated Rexburg United 97-73 and rallied to edge Eastern Wyoming College 84-81 at the Friday-Saturday Western Wyoming Classic Tournament in Rock Springs. After starting the season with three losses, the men’s overall record now … more

Big numbers bode well for future of PHS tennis

On Saturday, the high school players will open the spring season at the Cody Invitational, competing against the host team, as well as teams from Sheridan and Green River. There may be a team or two from Casper showing up as well. Most of the … more

Deaver’s Tanner Coleman a vocal leader for the Trappers

The Grizzlies were coming off a successful campaign the season before, losing in the State 2A Championship game, 69-53, to Wyoming Indian. Coleman was a role player on that squad, with an eye toward a starting spot his senior year. “I really … more

Trappers take three wins in duals

The Trapper team won all three of their match-ups in Friday’s Battle of the Rockies Duals, then had four individuals crack the top six during Saturday’s University of Great Falls Open. On Friday, NWC defeated a trio of four-year colleges, … more

Brazilian natives sign with Northwest Trapper soccer

“Other programs are not as flexible with international players as Northwest is,” Rodrigues said. “Other schools may not have the amazing intercultural group that I have here. Every year, I’d like to recruit from different parts of the world … more

NWC Trapper women fight back after loss

Playing at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, on Thursday, the Northwest College women suffered a 93-59 loss. However, they fought back at the Gillette College Tournament to pummel Yellowstone Christian College 66-27 on … more

PHS unbeaten in conference play

Powell 40, Riverton 29 After the first quarter, the score was 7-4 Powell and the Lady Panthers led 19-11 at halftime. “I thought Riverton did a really good job of slowing the tempo of the game and I thought the girls did a good job at the … more

One week, three competitions for Panther swimming team

The Panthers continued to improve upon their times while winning triangulars in Worland and Cody. PHS followed that up with a second place finish at the Bruce Gresly Invite in Lander. Head coach Stephanie Warren said that, with a hard week of … more

Panthers come up short against Riverton, Lander

Against the defending state champion Riverton Wolverines, the Panthers lost 58-53 in overtime. Against Lander, Powell battled back from a 17-point deficit at halftime before falling 47-44 to the Tigers. Riverton 58, Powell 53 Riverton scored … more

PHS track, girls soccer finding success at state events

The Lady Panther soccer team bounced back from a 4-3 loss to Lander in overtime on Thursday by beating Riverton 1-0 today (Friday). They'll play for the consolation championship against Star Valley at 9 a.m. Saturday in Sheridan. Down in Casper, … more

Panther soccer team concludes season

“I think they really did play one heck of a game and skill-wise I think we outplayed Douglas, we just didn’t outscore them,” said PHS head coach Jeff Dent, adding, “Once I got over the shock of losing, I really started looking at what the … more

NWC volleyball finishes second in conference

NWC finished with an overall season record of 15-12 and a Region IX record of 11-3. The regional record placed the Lady Trappers in second heading into the NJCAA Region IX tournament in Sheridan, which runs Wednesday through Saturday. The … more

Panther golf season starts today

“I am very excited about the upcoming season as we had a number of returning players that really put some time into their game this summer,” said head coach Troy Hildebrand. “Two years ago, we were a very young team and we were working to … more

Pioneers drop pair of double-headers over the weekend

The Pioneers lost a pair of games in Cody, 9-7 and 12-3 on Saturday, then turned around and played another double-header at home on Sunday, falling 14-0 and 14-3 to the Billings Halos. Pioneers manager George Laughlin took away some positives … more

Buck steps down as PHS football coach

Buck’s resignation — and promotion to his new position — is set to be made official at Wednesday’s school board meeting. “The opportunity was here,” he said of the new position. “I’m very comfortable here [in Powell], this has … more

Lady Panther volleyball season comes to a close at regionals

Star Valley 3, Powell 0 “The match against Star Valley on Friday was back and forth the first two sets,” said PHS head coach Randi Bonander. “The third set was dominated by Star Valley.” The set scores were 26-25, 25-21 and … more

The family that rides (and shoots) together...

For Dacean’s family — dad Jason, mom Darby and little sister Gabby — it’s a day they’re not likely to forget. Riding on their ranch between Deaver and Frannie after retrieving a wandering horse, Dacean’s mount took a spill, landing both … more

Panther golf team shows potential in spring season

Six boys — Crandell Sanders, Bennett Walker, Treven Keeler, Austin Asher, Aiden Smith and Wesley Patrick — and two girls — Mycah Wainscott and Kaitlyn Church — competed for the Panthers. PHS head coach Troy Hildebrand was pleased with how … more
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