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Dante Geoffrey

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.

Four former Powell Panther football players helped the North triumph over the South 41-13 at the 2014 Shrine Bowl June 14 in Casper.

Hayden Cragoe, Anthony Lujan, Garrett Lynch and Garrett Michael spent the week of June 6-13 practicing with their new team at Natrona and Kelly Walsh high schools before the contest between Wyoming’s top senior players.

Teams don’t win three straight state titles because they take the term “offseason” literally.

While some teams might use the summer for rest, recovery and recreation, Powell High School wrestlers — back-to-back-to-back Class 3A champions — are staying close to the mat, even if it means venturing far from home.

Three Trappers qualified the short round and the Northwest College men’s team finished 24th at the College National Finals Rodeo last week in Casper.

Northwest scored 197.5 points to finish just two and a half points behind University of Wyoming (200) at CNFR, which went from June 15-21.

Powell faces both division Foes in four conference games this week 

The Powell Pioneers went 2-2 at their home tournament over the weekend but came away with a big win that won’t show up in the standings.

Because I am a good son — or at least one who does the bare minimum in an effort to avoid being a bad son — I gave my dad a call on Father’s Day.

The conversation went from lawn mowing to fantasy baseball to work (mine, since he’s recently retired) and eventually to the World Cup.

It’s been seven months since Riley Stringer has played a football game, but his stock has never been higher.

The all-state two-way lineman for the three-time state champion Powell High School football team is spending his summer training and competing to grab the attention of as many college football programs as possible.

Hayden Cragoe spectacular in return to the diamond  

Hayden Cragoe returned to the lineup and the Powell Pioneers scored at will as they beat the Douglas Bearcats twice in a Tuesday-evening doubleheader.

LARAMIE — University of Wyoming head men’s basketball coach Larry Shyatt’s contract has been extended through April 2019.

Shyatt recently completed his third season at Wyoming since returning to UW in the spring of 2011 and his fourth overall season at Wyoming, having also served as head coach of the Cowboys for the 1997-98 campaign. Shyatt has led the Cowboys to a 78-50 (.609) record during his four seasons as head coach, has taken Wyoming to postseason play each of those four seasons and has dramatically improved the academic standing of the men’s basketball student-athletes during his tenure.

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