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Twenty teams compete in 2018 Panther Open

The 2018 Panther Open was one for the books, with 20 teams of Powell High School Alumni battling for bragging rights at Powell Golf Club. The format for the event was a 18-hole scramble, with four … more

NWC searching for new men’s soccer coach

Just four weeks from the start of official practice, the Northwest College men’s soccer program is in search of its second head coach in as many seasons. Citing an opportunity “too … more

Cody Stampede in the books

After four days of rodeo action, the 2018 Cody Stampede is in the books. Dozens of cowboys and cowgirls competed for a total payoff of $339,450. Claiming the biggest payday was Canadian bareback … more

Cardinals win pitcher’s duel to claim Majors title

In a scene worthy of a Hollywood script, the Powell Cardinals Little League baseball team clinched the Majors title last week with a walk-off home run in the final inning to take a 1-0 victory over … more

Powell Pioneers sweep doubleheader at Green River

Coming off a 19-5 loss against Laramie that was closer than the score might indicate, the Powell Pioneers Legion A baseball team swept a doubleheader at Green River 13-3 and 3-1 over the weekend. … more

Campbell takes top spot in PRCA's Xtreme Bulls

Stampede Park in Cody welcomed 40 of the best bull riders in the business Saturday, all vying for the title of Xtreme Bulls champion. Boudreaux Campbell of Crockett, Texas, captured the … more

Lady Trappers sign three Wyoming players

New Northwest College women’s basketball coach Camden Levett is wrapping up his in-state recruiting tour, signing three Wyoming players to take the court for the Lady Trappers next … more

Cody sweeps doubleheader

Tuesday’s day-night doubleheader against the Cody Cubs A squad was a tale of two games for the Powell Pioneers. The Powell team survived a 22-1 rout in the first game to battle back for a more … more

Junior golf program gaining steam

A revamped format in the summer junior golf program has proven to be a hit, with 40 to 50 kids attending weekly lessons at Powell Golf Club. A joint effort of the PGC and the Powell Recreation … more

Outlaws send three to NWC soccer team

Just over a month ago, the Rawlins High School boys’ soccer team squared off against Powell to open the 2018 Wyoming State Soccer Tournament, downing the Panthers 6-0. The Outlaws went on an … more

Late-inning woes continue for Pioneers

After getting back in the win column with a victory over Livingston, the Powell Pioneers baseball team hoped to carry that momentum into a home game Wednesday against Riverton. Powell got a solid … more

Propp brings passion, fresh ideas to PGC

Though he’s new to the area, first-year Powell Golf Club professional Mike Propp is no stranger to Wyoming golf. A native of Casper and graduate of Natrona County High School, Propp played … more

Locals compete at 26th annual Bighorn Mountain trail run

Ten area runners competed in the 26th Annual Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run on June 14-16 in Dayton. The event features four races — an 18-miler, 32-miler, 52-miler and, not for … more

2018 State Match Play a success

Despite a little liquid sunshine raining down on the field of golfers Friday and Saturday, the 2018 Wyoming State Match Play tournament came off without a hitch, making the event a win for the Powell … more

Utah hardwood recruits sign with Northwest

It’s been a busy first month for new Northwest College head women’s basketball coach Camden Levett, with the former Rocky Mountain assistant logging time and miles on the recruiting … more

Powell Storm celebrates inaugural season

The Powell Storm 12U baseball team recently completed its inaugural season, compiling a 3-6-1 record — highlighted by an extra-inning tie against Lander to close out the schedule. “We … more

Pioneers back in win column

It was a weekend of weather, big innings, blown leads and bus breakdowns for the Pioneers Legion A baseball team, as Powell finished 1-4 at the Harold Gjerde Tournament in Lewistown, … more

Three U.S. players commit to Trapper soccer

With just a couple of months before the start of the 2018 regular season, the Northwest College men’s soccer team continues to build an impressive roster.  Coach Stan Rodrigues recently … more

Tough draws, tough luck

For the Northwest College men’s rodeo team, the week of the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper began with a stumble and never quite got back on track. When the dust settled Saturday night, … more

Rough start for NWC cowboys at CNFR

After three days and two preliminary rounds at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, the Northwest College Trapper rodeo team has their work cut out for them as they head into the home … more
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