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Joe Alberico

September 16, 2014 7:55 am

What a relief!

Sophomore Abraham helps Panthers survive ugly game 

BUFFALO — When TJ Abraham offered Buffalo High School a victory, and it refused, the Powell sophomore made sure to show the Bison what they were missing.

Abraham overcame two turnovers deep in PHS territory to score a pair of crucial touchdowns, and the Panthers survived sloppy play and sloppier conditions to claim a 19-9 win at Buffalo.

BUFFALO — When TJ Abraham offered Buffalo High School a victory, and it refused, the Powell sophomore made sure to show the Bison what they were missing.

Abraham overcame two turnovers deep in PHS territory to score a pair of crucial touchdowns, and the Panthers survived sloppy play and sloppier conditions to claim a 19-9 win at Buffalo.

PHS sweeps Lovell to improve to 12-1

Each set took a little longer — each result was the same.

The Powell High School volleyball team allowed Lovell to push a little further into each game Tuesday, but the end result still favored PHS in a 25-16, 25-18, 25-20 home-opening 3A West Conference victory over the Bulldogs.

PHS sweeps Lovell to improve to 12-1

Each set took a little longer — each result was the same.

The Powell High School volleyball team allowed Lovell to push a little further into each game Tuesday, but the end result still favored PHS in a 25-16, 25-18, 25-20 home-opening 3A West Conference victory over the Bulldogs.

QB Baxter showed true leadership Friday night  

Carter Baxter was not perfect Friday night.

Six of his 13 passes fell incomplete, one went for negative yards and another was returned for a touchdown that put Douglas ahead of Powell High School, 17-6, midway through the third quarter.

September 09, 2014 8:03 am

Panthers rally for a dramatic victory

DOUGLAS — After Carter Baxter sacked Douglas quarterback Haize Weber for the third time Friday night, he stood over the fallen quarterback as the final seconds of the game melted away.

Baxter wasn’t gloating, he was just ‘relishing the moment.’

PHS moves to 11-1 on the season  

The Powell High School volleyball team continues to prove one thing this season.

This is not 2013.

PHS looks to recover against Douglas  

The streak had to end eventually.

That doesn’t mean that anyone with even an ounce of connection to the Powell High School football program was ready for it.

The Powell High School volleyball team started its season with a bang last weekend, going 5-1 to win the Douglas Tournament at Douglas High School.

In pool play, the Panthers downed Newcastle (25-19, 25-22) and Buffalo (25-6, 25-21) before dropping a three-set decision to Torrington (22-25, 26-24, 8-15).

The changes Powell High School’s football team underwent this summer failed to change one thing.

“We still plan on winning a state championship,” senior quarterback Carter Baxter said of his WyoPreps Preseason No. 1-ranked football team.

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