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“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
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
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
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
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
“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
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 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
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
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
Wrestling On Friday, around 20 wrestling teams will descend upon Powell for the two-day Powell Invitational wrestling tournament. Matches start at noon on Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. After this tournament, Powell wrestlers will not compete at … more
“This year’s competition was a very good tournament for PHS,” said Bob Hunt, head coach. “I am extremely proud of my team and their accomplishments.” The state tournament in Laramie on Thursday through Saturday drew 23 teams and … more
At the Lions Club Tournament in Sheridan, the Trappers beat Dakota College at Bottineau 81-68 on Friday and defeated Williston State College 63-57 on Saturday; the NWC men followed that up with a 90-74 win over the Rocky Mountain College JV on … more
Every team member scored points on a night in which the Trappers shot 92.3 percent from the free throw line. “I think this was a good game, especially where we could get everybody in, get some minutes and kind of get back in the flow,” said … more
Gines — the son of Codi and Colby Gines — has been riding bulls since he was 9. Gines qualified for the first ever Junior National Finals Rodeo by placing at the Northwest Miniature Bull Riding Finals in Helena, Montana, Nov. 3-5. The top 10 … more
Jenny Newton, 46, now of Missoula, Montana, won her age group in the cross country event for Team USA and placed fifth in another race in Perth, Australia. Newton is the daughter of JoAnne and the late Duane Wroe of Powell. Newton finished the … more
Seven PHS football players were named to the Class 3A all-state, nine were named as 3A West all-conference players and Powell’s head coach, Chanler Buck named 3A West Coach of the Year. On top of that, the Casper Star Tribune picked four Panthers … more
Karlie McKenzie was picked by her teammates as the most inspirational. “She’s always so happy, a good leader,” said JV coach Tasha Miller. Miller said Karlie McKenzie used her voice on the court to help her teammates and tried really … more
The Trappers, who were seeded seventh, finished the weekend with two wins and two losses. A first round come-from-behind win over Tyler (Texas) Community College was followed by a loss at the hands of Iowa Western. They bounced back to defeat … more
Hinze tied for the team lead with three 3-pointers and had seven assists, five rebounds and three steals. “It was just really comfortable,” said Hinze about playing on his home court. “I’m still trying to get used to it here, so it’s a … more
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