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“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 …
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 …
Though that followed a 50-31 loss in Worland on Thursday, “we got the win we needed to this weekend,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie.
Powell 38, Cody 36
Powell (11-9 overall, 6-0 in Class 3A West’s North Quadrant) and Cody (10-11, …
“We’ve been like that all year, either passive or aggressive,” said NWC head coach Brian Erickson. “When we’re aggressive, going to the rim, we’re tough to beat. Wednesday night, against Miles, we were passive.”
The split put the …
“I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do, to be honest,” Erickson said. “I knew that I always wanted to be around athletics in some way. I got my degree in business from Montana State University-Northern, and I started working toward my …
Seventeen of the team’s 20 swimmers punched their ticket to the state meet, each qualifying in at least two events. Head coach Stephanie Warren said her team has worked hard all season, culminating in what should be a very strong showing for the …
Powell amassed 174.5 points at the Friday-Saturday tournament in Cody, trailing only Star Valley, which claimed first place with 285.5 points. Riverton had 161 points to round out the top three of eight teams.
“We’ve done alright as far as …
The wins kept PHS a perfect 5-0 in the Class 3A West North Quadrant and put the squad’s record at 10-8 overall.
“We needed to win both games this (past) weekend to stay in control of our destiny,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie.
Lander 86, Powell 80
Powell (3-15 overall, 0-5 in the Class 3A West North Quadrant) traveled to Lander (9-10, 2-3) on Friday night.
“It was just a weird game; it was a roller coaster ride,” said PHS head coach Chase Kistler.
But the Trappers showed a glimmer of being the team they are capable of last week, outlasting Sheridan in a triple overtime classic and overcoming fatigue and a slow start to down Little Big Horn in a back-to-back home stand.
“On Wednesday, …
Powell traveled to Cody on Tuesday, Feb. 7, where the Panthers bested the Broncs, 53-23. On Friday, they hosted the Worland Warriors for their last home competition of the season, falling 46-30.
Powell 53, Cody 23
The varsity match began with …
NWC lost to Sheridan College, 71-67, on Wednesday, Feb. 8, before besting Little Big Horn College, 106-42, on Thursday, Feb. 9, to put the team’s overall record at 13-13.
NWC 106, Little Big Horn 42
Twenty-three Lady Trapper assists …
Of the nine wrestlers who qualified for nationals, five were champions, three placed as runner-up and one placed third.
The champions include, sophomore Riley Loveless at 141 pounds, sophomore Justin Polkowske at 149 pounds, redshirt sophomore …
Just two points ahead of Lyman going into the 400 free relay, the Panthers trailed in the event by almost a full body length when anchor Kacey Creed hit the water for the final leg. Creed would go on to swim the fastest relay split of the season …
On Friday, Mountain View first beat the Lady Panthers 47-39 and then took down the Panther boys 59-42. It was a similar story on Saturday, with Lyman posting a pair of victories: 57-53 in the girls’ game and 57-41 in the boys’ game.
Five wrestlers will also be chosen by the coaches to attend the national tournament as wildcards.
“All season long we’ve worked to get to this point,” said NWC head coach Jim Zeigler. “Everyone seems very focused.”
The event will …
The Trappers are now 15-9 on the season, 3-5 in conference.
“I think we have a bit of an identity crisis sometimes; we forget who we are and what we do,” said NWC head coach Brian Erickson. “We kind of played that way on Wednesday (Feb. 1) …
Casper 58, NWC 53
A furious comeback late in the fourth quarter wasn’t quite enough for the Lady Trappers.
“Percentage wise, we dug ourselves a hole and Casper is undefeated in the region,” said NWC head coach Janis Beal. “They are a …
Meanwhile, Star Valley bested the Powell boys 70-45 on Saturday.
“In terms of just getting better, I feel like Friday showed us what we can play like, because Pinedale was a better team than Star Valley,” said PHS head coach Chase Kistler. …
The Panthers finished out their home season Tuesday with a decisive 125-45 dual win over Cody. The team had been battling illness going into Tuesday’s dual, but it wasn’t a factor on the stat sheet.
“The boys bounced back from whatever bug …