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May 17, 2011 7:28 am

Panther boys blank Rawlins

Four-goal win secures spot at state

At face value, the Powell Panthers’ 4-0 win over Rawlins at Friday’s state tournament play-in game at Lander looks similar to the team’s jamboree victory earlier this year against that same school. The scores, however, are about the only things similar.

“We knew it wasn’t going to be a cakewalk,” said Panther head coach Travis Rapp. “We didn’t expect the swarming all-out defense that Rawlins came into the game with though.”

Panthers go wire-to-wire to defeat South

Jessica Harris scored just 62 seconds into the game and her teammates ensured the Panthers would never trail as Powell scored a 4-2 girls’ soccer victory over Cheyenne South on Saturday in Riverton. The state play-in victory means the Panthers will line up against Buffalo this Thursday as part of the Class 3A soccer quarterfinals.

“We had a really good game,” said Panther coach Brett Hanlin. “We were always in the lead. We dominated, passed the ball better and hustled more.”

May 12, 2011 7:50 am

Worland girls top Panthers

Team faces Cheyenne South on Saturday for a shot at state

The Powell Panthers will have to fight their way through 3A soccer newcomer Cheyenne South on Saturday if they wish to compete at the 2011 3A state soccer tournament. The pairing became official following Powell’s 3-1 loss at Worland on Tuesday.

“It was a really hard loss for the team,” Panther head coach Brett Hanlin said of the defeat. “Worland wasn’t outplaying us.”

May 12, 2011 7:34 am

Worland girls top Panthers

Team faces Cheyenne South on Saturday for a shot at state

The Powell Panthers will have to fight their way through 3A soccer newcomer Cheyenne South on Saturday if they wish to compete at the 2011 3A state soccer tournament. The pairing became official following Powell’s 3-1 loss at Worland on Tuesday.

“It was a really hard loss for the team,” Panther head coach Brett Hanlin said of the defeat. “Worland wasn’t outplaying us.”

May 12, 2011 7:32 am

Panther boys fall to Worland

Friday game against Rawlins stands in the way of state

The Powell High School boys’ soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a 5-0 loss at Worland on Tuesday. The loss drops Powell to 3-11 overall and leaves the team needing to defeat Rawlins this Friday in order to achieve a spot in the state tournament.

“We just didn’t play as well as we have this whole season,” said Panther soccer coach Travis Rapp. “We got away from playing to feet and got back into the bad habit of booting the ball upfield.”

May 12, 2011 7:31 am

Gill named regional champion

NWC bareback rider the lone CNFR qualifier

Northwest College bareback rider Jordan Gill was named the 2011 Big Sky Region champion in bareback riding following the completion of college rodeo’s regular season last weekend. The Trappers concluded the season at the University of Montana.

Gill didn’t place in Missoula, Mont., for Northwest College, but that hardly mattered. The Trappers’ top rider this season had managed to amass enough points through the season’s other nine rodeos that he was still able to hold a 45-point margin of victory in the season standings over his nearest pursuer — Miles Community College’s Brendon Lemmon.

Panther relay team torches school record

The Powell High School girls’ 4x800 relay team shattered a school record that had stood for 22 years in Cody on Friday. The foursome of Desiree Murray, Kassey MacDonald, Sierra Morrow and Tally Wells carved more than seven seconds off the previous Powell best.

“They wanted to go after it today and they ran it down,” said Panther assistant track coach Tracy McArthur. “Running the girls’ race along with the boys’ helped because it gave them someone to chase.”

Panther relay team torches school record

The Powell High School girls’ 4x800 relay team shattered a school record that had stood for 22 years in Cody on Friday. The foursome of Desiree Murray, Kassey MacDonald, Sierra Morrow and Tally Wells carved more than seven seconds off the previous Powell best.

“They wanted to go after it today and they ran it down,” said Panther assistant track coach Tracy McArthur. “Running the girls’ race along with the boys’ helped because it gave them someone to chase.”

Ten goal outburst allows several to see action

After a frustrating season of near-miss opportunities against ranked opponents, the Powell Panthers were in need of a confidence boost in advance of this week’s state tournament play-in game. Pinedale happened to be in the wrong spot at the wrong time.

The Panthers filled their prescription for a win with a one-sided 10-0 victory at Pinedale on Friday. Seven players scored goals as Powell limited the host Wranglers to just one shot on goal over the 80 minutes.

May 10, 2011 7:24 am

Pioneers fall to open season

Team drops 12-2 games to Troopers

The Powell Pioneers opened the 2011 baseball season in Sheridan on Saturday, dropping a pair of doubleheader games by identical 12-2 final scores. Both games were stopped after six innings.

“It’s the early part of the season and the games were closer than the scores show,” said Pioneer head coach Mike Jameson. “We had a few key plays we didn’t make and a few key hits that we didn’t get. It could have been a lot different ball game.”