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“Other programs are not as flexible with international players as Northwest is,” Rodrigues said. “Other schools may not have the amazing intercultural group that I have here. Every year, I’d like to recruit from different parts of the world … more
Buck’s resignation — and promotion to his new position — is set to be made official at Wednesday’s school board meeting. “The opportunity was here,” he said of the new position. “I’m very comfortable here [in Powell], this has … more
Powell opened the tournament early Friday afternoon with a 2-0 win over Rawlins. The Lady Panthers played 4A Rock Springs later that day, with the eventual Pinnacle Cup champion Lady Tigers earning a hard-fought 3-1 win. Saturday saw Powell drop a … more
When Taylor first heard the pitch last month, he couldn’t help but think he was being pranked. April Fools’ Day was just a couple days away, after all, and the idea sounded beyond preposterous. But since the guy on the other end of the line … more
It's just the latest in a series of local sporting events that have been called off due to the wintry weather. Middle and high school track meets in Burlington, which had been set for Friday and Saturday, respectively, were also canceled, … more
A fresh flurry of snow in Billings earlier this week left Dehler Park in unplayable condition — and that prompted MSUB’s Yellowjackets to look for a new spot for their “home opener.” MSUB initially decided to travel to Cowley, which built … more
Shopa’s folks were career military and, like any military family, moved around a lot. That he’s homeschooled added a degree of difficulty at times, as not all schools are receptive to homeschooled kids participating in extracurricular … more
Brayan Castro of Worland, Morgan Dowling of Cody and Ramon Lopez of Casper have verbally committed in the last couple of weeks to play at NWC, recruited to fill vacancies at the midfield positions left by graduating sophomores. “I’m excited … more
Below are the results for the Powell wrestlers. Pre-PeeWee 35-39 First Place: May Luke (2-0) PeeWee 41 First Place: Kane Coombs (5-0), Second Place: Guy Burr (4-1), Fourth Place: Case Davis (2-3) PeeWee 43 First Place: Tucker … more
The Lady Panthers topped the Fillies 152-133, with six first-place finishes. The Panthers came up short against the Broncs 161-119, with three first-place finishes on the day. “With a meet like this, it’s early in the season,” said PHS head … more
As he threw out some trash, “I turned to go back to my seat, and boom!” Hunter said. He was hit. “I’m like, ‘Who the heck is running into me?’” Hunter recalled. “I look and there’s Maddy Hanks.” Hanks, a senior standout on … more
Last year’s PHS team built on that loss, surprising everyone by earning a trip to the state tournament. With some heavy hitters returning this season, and the Powell team off to a strong 2-1 start, Haire and his staff knew this year’s squad … more
Dent’s quote summed up what turned out to be a long Tuesday afternoon for the young Panthers (1-3), as the top-ranked Warriors lived up to their billing in an 11-2 win. “We came expecting Worland to play hard and be fast. But we did not … more
Genevieve Sauers, a standout on the pitch for the Cody High School Fillies, signed a letter of intent with NWC last week in Cody. Sauers is the first Wyoming recruit to be signed by new Lady Trappers head coach Bobby Peters. “I wanted to be … more
“It was a tough one,” Dent said. “Do I tell them to slow down and run the clock out, or do I have them keep playing?” The Powell High School boys, who lost their season-opener in an overtime heartbreaker against Pinedale, decided against … more
Against the Lady Wolverines (0-3), Powell proved exactly that. Bolstered by the return of three starters, the Lady Panthers (2-1) controlled the action throughout, maintaining the lion’s share of possession and creating better scoring … more
Both teams finished fourth overall at the 10-team event, which featured a solid mix of class 4A, 3A and 2A competition. Sheridan finished in the top spot for both boys and girls. “It was a really good meet, with high-quality teams,” said PHS … more
That number is up 30 from last season, and well above the 60-plus average that have come out in years past, according to Panthers’ head coach Scott Smith. Those numbers guarantee a bit of much-needed depth for both the boys and girls’ … more
“It was the most smoothly operated tournament we’ve had in many years,” said Lone Wolf Martial Arts Academy’s Chris Ivanoff. “Everything ran smoothly, everyone was comfortable. The competitors that came were some of the best we’ve seen … more
Those moving on include 2017 captains Robert George and Ryan Tyrer, who have signed letters of intent with the University of Hawaii-Hilo and Anderson University in South Carolina, respectively. Midfielders Luis Diaz Menendez and Carlos Felgueroso … more
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