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Powell senior and lifelong athlete Martin Garhart qualified for the National Senior Olympics while competing in four events at the Wyoming Senior Olympics in Casper July 11-12.

Garhart, a track and field enthusiast, qualified for nationals in his age group with a second-place finish in the 50-meter dash, took second in the 100-meter dash and third in both the 200-meter dash and discus. All track and field events were held at Kelly Walsh High School.

LARAMIE — University of Wyoming senior wide receiver Dominic Rufran was one of 55 college receivers named to the 2014 Biletnikoff Award Preseason Watch List.

The list was released Tuesday by the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation Inc., the Florida-based creator and sponsor of the award. It marked the second consecutive season that Rufran has been selected to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List.

Offense stagnant in montana tournament 

Two steps forward, five steps back.

Any momentum the Powell Pioneers gained from their two impressive wins against Glendive last week was emphatically erased by an 0-5 showing at the Northwest Wood Bat Tournament in Laurel and Billings, Mont., over the weekend.

Steve Young is a terrible baseball coach.

No, not that Steve Young. The one that coached my Minors Division Little League team when I was 9 years old.

That season was so miserable I can’t even remember our team name. I want to say the Cubs, but that might be just because I felt like a loser.

Pioneers eliminated from Northwest title contention  

Teagan Cordes was sprinting toward second base, thinking maybe he could leg out a triple, when he looked back at the Powell Pioneers dugout.

“What?” he asked, his arms held out in disbelief.

His teammates, unable to hold in their laughter, told him the ball cleared the fence.

One up-and-coming Powell athlete will compete at the Hershey’s Track and Field North American Finals Aug. 2 in Pennsylvania.

Incoming Powell Panther JuliaKay O’Neill will run the 800-meter race against athletes from across North America at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pa.

That Powell High School has been the class of Class 3A (if not the state) athletics for the past few years is no secret.

How, exactly, the Panthers have managed to be so good isn’t quite as obvious, and a definitive answer may not exist.

Sport-specific workouts help build elite PHS athletes  

To build a championship team, it helps to build a championship athlete.

A lot of contributing factors elevated Powell High School’s athletics in recent years (see lead story) but the impact of its zero-hour weight-training program has been undeniable.

CODY — Tyler Corrington has been traveling from rodeo to rodeo the week of the Fourth of July, and while he still doesn’t have any time off, the Hastings, Minn., saddle bronc rider left the Buffalo Bill Cody Stampede with $8,714.

This is likely his biggest check from the week of rodeos known as “Cowboy Christmas.” He rode at Cody’s Stampede Park on the evening of the Fourth, scored 86 points on J Bar J Rodeo’s Smart Guy. He was quickly in and out of his riding gear and headed to the next one.

Four Northwest College teams and seven student-athletes were honored for their work in the classroom, the NJCAA announced Tuesday.

Both Trapper soccer teams and the NWC volleyball team were named to the NJCAA’s 2013-14 All-Academic list.

Six men’s soccer players and one women’s basketball player received academic student-athlete awards, which are given to NJCAA athletes with a grade point average of 3.6 or greater.

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