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With just three seniors on the roster, the Panthers have relied heavily on juniors and underclassmen this season, compiling a 4-9-2 record prior to the state play-in game in Worland. But the team that squared off against Douglas (5-11-1) on … more
The Lady Panthers finished second at the eight-team meet with 107 points; the Cody Fillies finished first with 149.5 points. The Panthers finished fourth on the boys’ side with 81 points, trailing Star Valley with 148 points, Cody with 124 and … more
“We had the game,” said Powell head coach Jack Haire, adding, “We just let it get away from us.” The Lady Panthers opened the game using the same formation and strategy they’d used earlier in the week against Cody, and it seemed to be … more
Cody’s hard-fought 2-1 win gave the Filles (13-2) the season sweep against the Lady Panthers (4-8-3, 1-3), as well as a perfect 4-0 record in the 3A Northwest Quadrant. “I thought we played pretty well, actually,” said Powell head coach … more
“What I was observing was we weren’t getting first to the ball, we weren’t pressing and working hard to control and keep the ball as hard as they were for most of the game. That’s what I think it mostly came down to,” said PHS head coach … more
“We ask the kids to keep trying to improve, and they have been,” said Powell head coach Scott Smith. “Hopefully we get that for two more weeks. No matter what the team score says, if everyone improves, it’s a good day.” While it was … more
Powell vowed to be more competitive the next time around, and was exactly that last weekend, racking up four goals in the second half of a 9-4 loss at Star Valley Friday, before shutting out Pinedale 5-0 on Saturday. “... The trip had its ups … more
The Lady Panthers (4-7-3, 1-2) traveled south over the weekend for games at Star Valley and Pinedale — their longest road trip of the season. Powell opened the season with a 1-0 win over Pinedale at Panther Stadium, but were the victims of a 4-0 … more
“It was a decent day, the weather was OK, but we could have played a little bit better,” said Powell head coach Joe Cates. “It wasn’t a bad day, actually. We’ve got some things to work on. We’ll get where we need to be.” Belgrade … more
Nine golfers competed for the Panthers, making it by far the largest turnout of the season for Powell. The Lady Panthers were able to post a team score for the first time “in a while,” and that’s a trend Powell head coach Troy Hildebrand would … more
Striker Gabriel Alves and goalkeeper Arthur Lopes recently signed letters of intent to bring their talents to NWC. Rodrigues said both players have the talent and attitude to contribute right away. “Alves and Lopes are both extremely … more
“It was great weather, and the kids once again took advantage of that,” said Powell head coach Scott Smith. “They got a lot of [personal records] and a couple more state qualifiers, so it was a good day.” Powell didn’t compete in any of … more
“The College of Idaho, it’s in a gorgeous area, and I have friends that are out that way,” Beal said. “So when the opportunity to coach for a four-year school in that area came up, it was something I felt I should at least look at.” The … more
“The game didn’t go as well as I expected as far as scoring is concerned,” said Powell head coach Jeff Dent. “I was hoping we’d rack up a few more goals; we were expecting a little more to happen up front. But it went really good as far as … more
It was the second scoreless game in a row for the Panthers, following a 1-0 loss to top-ranked Worland last week. “We’ve got a young team,” said Powell head coach Jeff Dent. “We have to remember that when games like this happen. Their … more
The Lady Panthers (4-6-1, 1-2) slowed the potent Cody offense for much of the game, using a couple of different defensive formations to keep the Fillies (10-1, 3-0) off balance, “I thought we played outstanding as a team; the ball was moved … more
The eighth grade boys amassed 131 points to finish first in the eight-team field, while the seventh grade boys piled up 109 points to finish second. Other teams present were Lander, Cody, Worland, Saratoga, Thermopolis, Little Snake River and … more
Close to 80 boys and girls from PHS competed at the weekend meet and head coach Scott Smith guessed that around 80 percent of them set at least one personal record. “That’s what you hope for,” Smith said, calling it “a great meet” for … more
“I was pretty happy with the results, because I didn’t think we were going to win it,” said Trappers head rodeo coach Del Nose. “We got to the short round and Bozeman made some mistakes; our guys stepped up to the plate.” The NWC men … more
Middle blockers Julianna Hughes and Holly Pittman, right side hitter Aleksandra Saric and libero Bre Donarski signed their letters at a ceremony on the NWC campus last week. Lady Trappers interim head coach Bethany Conde coached all four players as … more
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