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Saturday ‘Smashtoberfest’ to fund local scholarship

Based on the number of competitors from the previous two years, about 20 cars are expected to compete in Smashtoberfest. Smashtoberfest is one of several events put together by the H&G Foundation throughout the year, where the collective … more

Brown wins state crown

And it paid off for no one more than freshman phenom Jesse Brown. He only lost one match all season and continued his winning ways by taking four straight matches to claim the No. 2 singles state crown. Brown cruised past Rawlins Jacob Pacheco in … more

Panthers upset No. 1 Braves

The Braves left with that standing very much in jeopardy after Powell stopped them cold in an epic 22-14 win. “We had phenomenal leadership throughout the week and all the credit goes to our seniors,” head coach Chanler Buck said in a … more

PHS runners keeping the pace

Saturday’s Thermopolis Invitational, a 10-team competition, ended with the Panther boys placing fifth and the Lady Panthers third. Freshman Kayla Kolpitcke continued to be the lead runner for the Powell girls, taking the first scoring placement … more

PHS cross country steps up the pace

On the girls’ side of the meet, the Lady Panthers took a step up in finishing second out of the six competing teams. The Powell girls totaled 69 points, just 20 behind the winning Cody squad’s 49. Thermopolis was just four points further back … more

Northwest Trapper rodeo riding strong

Montana State currently leads the men’s standings with 1,663.5 points; Northwest is close behind in second with 1,459 points, 80 points ahead of third-place University of Montana Western, which has 1,379. The margin on the women’s side is … more

MudFest makes for a fun mess

“Overall it was a great event. It ended up being a “north vs south” battle with the guys from Casper area going head to head with the guys from Billings area, all meeting up in the middle right here in Powell,” event organizer Brock Ninker … more

Rain cuts 3A state tourney short at Powell Golf Club

Hosting the Class 3A State Tournament on Friday, “we suffered our worst day of the year by far,” said PHS coach Troy Hildebrand. Normally, the Powell boys would have gotten a chance to rebound on day two of the tournament, but rain forced the … more

Panther football doused at Green River

Neither team had much luck moving the ball in the early going on the cold and rainy night. The Panthers stuffed Green River’s first drive and then forced a fumble on their second possession. Another drive for the Wolves was essentially squashed … more

Powell swimmers thump Cody, finish third in Worland

Competing against Cody in a Thursday dual, six PHS girls posted Class 3A state meet-qualifying times in eight different events. “It was a really good day for qualifications,” PHS head coach Luke Robertson said, adding, “I think everybody … more

Golfers look to capitalize on home turf

“It is obviously a unique experience for our team to have our culminating event on our home course and we will do our best this week to take advantage of that,” said Powell High School golf coach Troy Hildebrand. “As a team we have made some … more

Panthers race to second at Lovell

Cody, Lovell and Powell competed on the girls side of the event, with Rocky Mountain High School added to the mix for the boys competition. In both groupings, Cody came out on top, totaling 13 points for the top three girls finishes and 10 for … more

PHS comes up short on tennis court

“This isn’t a good week, or time of the week, with Homecoming being very much a distraction for the kids,” head coach Joe Asay said. “And these are some really strong and experienced programs we’re facing.” Those two programs, … more

Panthers hold off Wolverines in Homecoming win

Running back T.J. Abraham made the most of his return to full-time action, dodging and darting through the Riverton defense to the tune of nearly 200 yards and a touchdown. “T.J. made a big difference, and one of the keys was that we switched … more

Swimmers beat Worland in home dual

The Lady Panthers won a Thursday home dual with Worland, racking up 101 points to the visitors’ 82. “It’s always nice and it feels good to come away with that,” said PHS head coach Luke Roberston. “But again, we’re just focusing on … more

Lady Panther volleyball splits

The former match saw the second-ranked class 2A Lovell team visit the Panther Gym and get a 25-22 win right out of the gate. Powell had a 4-2 lead early, but an 8-point run by the Lady Bulldogs put them in control, which they would hold through a … more
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