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Breanne Thiel

The Powell High School volleyball team went 1-3 at the Conference Duals Tournament in Mountain View on Friday and Saturday.

In what was billed as a matchup of the state’s No. 1 offense against the No. 1 defense, the Powell Panthers football team struggled offensively, falling 26-7 to Green River.

Panthers finish third, Lady Panthers run to fourth

Over 400 long distance runners from 12 different schools descended on Powell Friday to compete at both the high school and middle school levels at the Pinnacle Bank Powell Invitational cross country meets, concluding their regular seasons.

Lady Trappers now 4-1 in conference play

The Lady Trappers volleyball team hosted three games at home over the past week, earning conference victories over Sheridan College and Miles Community College, but falling to Casper Casper College in a five-set thriller.

Northwest men ranked second in Big Sky Region, women fourth

Closing out the fall portion of its season in style, the Northwest College men’s rodeo team won the University of Montana — Western Rodeo in Dillon, Montana; the NWC women, meanwhile, placed fifth.

PHS sweeps Purple Out series against Lander, falls to Riverton

The Powell High School volleyball team had a busy weekend at home, beating Lander in three games on Friday before losing to Riverton in three on Saturday.

The Powell High School girl swim team dove into the pool on back-to-back days over the weekend, taking a close second at the Riverton Triangular on Friday and then third at the Sublette County Invitational in Pinedale on Saturday.

At a Saturday meet in Cody, Powell High School’s boys and girls cross country teams had five athletes crack the top 10, while the boys ran to a second place finish.

Northwest finding groove in conference play

Visits to conference opponents in Riverton and Rock Springs proved fruitful for the Northwest College volleyball team last week, as they returned home with a pair of wins against Central Wyoming College and Western Wyoming Community College.

Special teams turnovers costly in Panthers loss to Evanston

Turnovers at inopportune moments once again factored heavily into a Panther football game, as Powell’s Homecoming celebration was dampened with a 14-7 loss to Evanston.

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