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Both Heber Shepherd at 184 pounds and Jeffrey Oakes at 197 pounds took first. Coming in at second place were Riley Loveless wrestling in the 141 pound weight class, Garrett Wood at 149 pounds and Reece Prosser at 174 pounds Placing third were … more
“It’s a long eight-day pageant and it’s pretty tiring,” said Seckman. About 30 women, ages 18-25, will be competing for the title. All contestants must be a reigning state title holder. Seckman’s journey to Las Vegas began in 2015 … more
Senior contributors Tayli Stenerson (most valuable), Mallory Triplett (most improved), Dani Asay (most inspirational) and Deasia Daughtery (most coachable), took home the post season plaudits. The first three were chosen by their teammates, while … more
Voted on by teammates, the most valuable selections of sophomore Alan Merritt and junior Emma Andreasen highlighted post season cross country honors. A total of 20 runners competed over the 10-week PHS cross country season. The teams also chose most … more
Team points are decided on individual victories, depending on a win by decision, major decision, technical fall or fall. The dual started off with the 184-pound weight class, where NWC wrestler Heber Shepherd faced off once again against Jared … more
On Friday evening, the Trappers went head-to-head against Bismarck State College and beat them 88-63. “Really happy, the team played a lot harder on the attack,” said Brian Erickson, head coach. “Right around the 10 minute mark, we had a … more
Former Northwest College standout Chris Boucher made the cover of the Nov. 7 issue of Sports Illustrated, accompanied with an eight-page feature article detailing his life’s journey up to now playing for University of Oregon Ducks. The piece is … more
“I think overall we saw the Star Valley team that’s been dominant outside of their loss to us,” said Chanler Buck, Powell High School head football coach. To start off Friday’s game, Star Valley received the ball and on their opening … more
The Trappers will play Tyler (Texas) Junior College in opening round play at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Casper Events Center. For those who can’t watch the tournament in person, the matches will be streamed online at www.njcaatv.com. The Trappers, … more
NWC’s win didn’t come easily, though. For a while on Saturday, the Trappers appeared in danger of being eliminated by a determined Laramie County Community College team. Northwest beat LCCC in Friday’s semifinal match, but wound up having … more
They played Bismarck State College, United Tribes Technical College and Yellowstone Christian College over the course of four days. Both teams played Bismarck on Friday and then turned around and played United Tribes on Saturday. “For the … more
The Cowboy Open featured two divisions: elite — mostly made up Division I schools — and amateur, where schools the size of Northwest compete. As a team, Northwest finished with 81 points, just a half-point shy of Air Force. Nebraska-Kearney … more
“If you look at the stats, that’s when we were really able to have some success running the ball and (take) control of the football game,” said Powell High School head coach Chanler Buck. After managing just 7 yards rushing on 13 attempts … more
Matthews was injured in an Oct. 22 motorcycle accident, where he sustained a severe head injury and other injuries. He is currently at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Billings. He’s been moved out of ICU and is no longer under sedation, but doctors … more
The Trappers went into the weekend tied for first place with Laramie County’s Golden Eagles — and they handed the Cheyenne crew their second conference loss in four sets, 23-25, 25-23, 25-13, 25-21. The win didn’t come easily. The Trappers … more
On Friday afternoon, the Lady Panthers suffered a 3-0 loss to Mountain View to start off the regional tournament. The Powell High School squad made each set closer than the last, falling 25-15, 25-18 and 25-22. “We had a lot of growth this … more
The Cowboy Open has become the major kick-off event for the wrestling season since moving to the first weekend of competition. Wrestlers can compete in two divisions: amateur and elite. The same schools compete in both divisions. The elite … more
“It’s a playoff game — you’ve got to come out guns blazing,” Chanler Buck, PHS head coach, said of the win. “I thought we took care of business early and executed in all aspects of the game.” Lander received the ball first and was … more
“We really swam and dove the best we could to get that place that we did,” said a proud PHS head coach Luke Robertson, adding that, “They should feel really good about that sixth place finish.” Eleven Powell girls competed in 21 different … more
Earning most improved for the boys was junior Nathaniel Whitham. After playing through the intrasquad tournament at the start of the season, Whitham did not make the varsity squad. “But Nathaniel took advantage of the challenge process and … more
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