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Lady Trappers trounce DCC 96-52

Fast-forward a month, and it was time for a little payback. Showing very little rust coming off the long holiday break, the Lady Trappers (9-7) used a fast start and tenacious defense to avenge their earlier loss, blowing out DCC (12-6) at the Cabre … more

NWC wrestlers finish seventh at National Duals

“It’s a big tournament, it’s tough. It’s hard coming off Christmas to wrestle,” said NWC head coach Jim Zeigler. “I wish we had wrestled a little better. We wrestled OK in spots, but we’re trying to figure some things out right … more

PHS swim team beats Lander at Cody

Between the two competitions, Powell swimmers qualified in 17 new events while adding two more individuals to the list of state meet qualifiers. “Coming out on top at the Cody Pre-D Invitational is a great way to start out the new year,” said … more

Five Panther wrestlers make top eight in Bozeman

Powell and Cody were the only Wyoming schools to compete at the invite. Powell picked up 95 points and Cody 55.5. The Panthers were bested by schools from Bozeman, Billings, Helena, Butte, Great Falls and Colstrip, Montana. Dearcorn pinned his … more

Lady Panthers play unselfish ball

Powell 51, Glenrock 20 Powell High School’s first opponent on Friday was a head-to-head matchup with Glenrock. The Powell girls posted a 51-20 win. “It was a good first game back from Christmas break for us,” said head coach Scott … more

Skaters enjoy rink upgrades at Homesteader Park

“It’s been really busy at the rink with the kids on break,” said Del Barton, parks superintendent for the City of Powell. “We’ve seen kids from kindergarten up through the college coming out to skate.” A number of recent upgrades to … more

Large turnout for PHS alumni swim challenge

Those competing paid a $25 entry fee, with the proceeds helping the Powell swim teams pay for the nameplates on the Hall of Fame board hanging in the Powell Aquatic Center. The 12 and under girls competition was won by Lucia Harder with 65 … more

Freshmen girls begin season going 2-1 at Lovell tournament

“The girls have done a good job for me so far and are very coachable,” said coach Gary Phister. “We have been doing a lot of skill work in practice which is helping them to become better ball players individually and as a team.” To begin … more

Athletics to resume action

Starting on Thursday, the boys high school basketball team will co-host the Big Horn Basin Classic with Cody. The Panthers will start their tournament at 7 p.m. Thursday against Rocky Mountain at the PHS gym. The result of that game will … more

Gines family synonymous with rodeo

Caden is the son of Codi and Colby Gines, who each have long-standing ties to rodeo, and his 9-year-old brother Casen is also expressing an interest in rodeo through clowning, bull fighting and bareback riding. Caden recently competed at the … more

NWC’s Gauta named All-American

The sophomore from Garden Grove, California, was named a Division I First Team All-American by the NJCAA this month, after helping lead the Trappers to a Regional championship and a sixth-place finish in the National Division I Tournament. Gauta, … more

Stock car races to return to fairgrounds?

Those Nov. 12 “Dirt Madness for Matthews” races succeeded in drawing a crowd and raising more than $5,000 for the injured Jeff Matthews and his family, Ninker said; they also inspired Ninker and his fellow organizers to want to host several more … more

Wrestlers share Christmas presents with local families

Head coach Nate Urbach said he started the annual “Wrestlers’ Christmas” after getting the idea from a colleague, who recalled how athletes at another school helped families in need during the holiday season. Since then, PHS wrestlers have … more

NWC splits two heading into break

“I told the guys the other night that it’s been a long time since we had that feeling (of losing a game),” said NWC head coach Brian Erickson. “We have four losses right now, and what we learned from those games is what makes us better. The … more

Lady Panther JV basketball season off to a solid start

Powell High School JV coach Troy Hildebrand said the “beginning of the year is always a big learning curve at the JV level as players adapt to new roles.” Hildebrand added that, “So far, everyone (has) really stepped up and taken on any … more

Brawling against the Bulldogs

“Another good close game for us and finding a way to win,” said PHS head coach Scott McKenzie. “Lovell is a really good team.” Up until the final seconds, neither team led by more than two points throughout the fourth quarter. Coach … more

PHS wrestling battles at the Battle of the Bighorns

Taking a detour to Worland, the squad battled to a second-place finish at the Battle of the Bighorns. Powell also had three wrestlers — Reese Karst, Eli Briggs and Ty Dearcorn — grapple in a “best of the best” match; Karst and Ty Dearcorn … more

Panthers struggle against Bulldogs

“We started out slow,” PHS head coach Chase Kistler said of the Dec. 13 loss in Lovell. Powell trailed 12-2 at the end of the first quarter. The Panthers managed to claw their way back to three points, 18-15, toward the end of the second … more

NWC continues winning streak

The wins included hanging on for a 85-80 victory over Dawson Community College on Dec. 6 and claiming a 78-64 win over Yellowstone Christian College on Dec. 7. The Trappers went back and forth against Dawson, with seven lead changes and six ties … more

Panther wrestlers finish second at home tournament

Seventeen schools came to Powell for the Friday-Saturday event. Powell’s 207 points were good for second place, just edging Cody’s team score of 205 points. First place went to Natrona County with 295.5 points. “I thought it was a good … more
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