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The top nine PHS track and field athletes were invited to compete in the Wyoming Track Classic in Casper Friday.

Athletes who rank in the top 10 (top eight for the 100-, 200-, 400-meter runs and all hurdles events) from Wyoming’s four classes will meet at 4 p.m. at Kelly Walsh High School.

The Powell High School soccer teams will have to wait until Friday to try to end their respective losing streaks.

The Panthers’ games scheduled for Tuesday versus Worland were postponed due to weather to Thursday, May 8. Those games will be Powell’s final Northwest Quadrant match-ups and serve as PHS’ senior night. The girls will play at 4 p.m. with the boys to follow.

A Lovell man coaching a Powell youth soccer team was relieved of his duties after punching an opposing coach during a match Saturday.

Heart Mountain United secretary Susan Bauer told the Tribune Monday that Shane Kannard was let go according to Wyoming Soccer Association bylaws.

Northwest Quadrant can be clinched with win today  

A season-long three-game losing streak has put a damper on a PHS boys’ soccer season that started with great promise.

But all is not lost as the Panthers have a chance to clinch the Northwest Quadrant and an automatic bid to the state tournament with a win against Worland (4-8, 1-1 in the Northwest) today (Tuesday) at Panther Stadium.

Non-conference losses to Buffalo, Jackson snap 3-game win streak  

The Powell High School girls’ soccer team lost to Buffalo and Jackson over the weekend, ending the Panthers’ three-game winning streak.

Rebecca Pratt scored in the first half and the Panther defense stood strong down the stretch as the Powell High School girls’ soccer team beat Cody 1-0 Tuesday afternoon.

The road win was its first Northwest Quadrant victory and third straight overall.

Offense sputters in Cody  

The Powell High School boys’ soccer team hadn’t played a game since beating Cody on April 7, and it showed.

The Panthers (4-1, 2-1 in the Northwest) are no longer undefeated after losing 2-1 in Cody Tuesday evening, but still control their own destiny.

The Cody Warrior Lacrosse Club may be in its first year, but it has already recruited one eager Powell player.

Bodie Heintz, 11, is a midfielder for the Warriors, who began their inaugural season Saturday in Billings.

PHS keeper Wagner grows into team leader under Katz’ guidance  

Sean Wagner stands in an empty, echoing Powell High School gym with a wide stance and crossed arms.

He isn’t closing himself off, but if he’s naturally guarded, it would make sense. Wagner is the starting goalkeeper for the 4-0 Powell Panthers soccer team.

Frankie Vogt to skip final season of eligibility  

The 2014 Powell Pioneers should look a lot like the 2013 version, except for the glaring absence of their best player.

Frankie Vogt, the 2013 North District Player of the Year and A-League All-State selection, will be gone from an otherwise intact Pioneers squad, which begins its season in mid-May.

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