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Dante Geoffrey

At times it looked grim, painful even, but when all was said and done, it looked very familiar.

The Powell Panthers won their third-straight Class 3A football title Friday night by beating the Douglas Bearcats 19-13 in overtime. After the game players, coaches, fans and parents joined on the field to exchange hugs and take photos as a confetti-like snow fell on their heads.

Panthers face strong, very similiar opponent in 3A title game

The Northwest Trappers men’s basketball team fell to .500 after dropping consecutive games in Cheyenne over the weekend.

Two weekends ago I was one of the fortunate few who witnessed the PHS volleyball team battle every step of the way to a state title in Casper.

For the third time in as many years, the Powell Panthers’ season has been turned up to (week) 11.

The Northwest College wrestling team proved itself against some stiff competition from four states in Saturday’s NWC Open in the Cabre Gym.

NWC advances to national tournament

Northwest College volleyball coach Shaun Pohlman described it as a “David vs. Goliath” match, but even David only had to win once.

As the 10th anniversary of its 2004 national championship nears, the Northwest College wrestling team finds itself in a position to celebrate.

The Northwest women’s soccer team scored the only goal of their first-round tournament game against No. 1 Laramie County.

The Northwest Trappers men’s soccer team was ousted in the first round of the Region IX Tournament Oct. 25 in LaJunta, Colo.

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