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Lady Panthers a perfect 7-0 at season-opening tournament

The Lady Panthers volleyball team opened its season in fine fashion over the weekend, winning the Riverton Invitational with a 7-0 record — including a pair of wins over the host Lady Wolverines.

Penalties cost the Panthers in opener

Visiting Douglas outlasts PHS 20-6

Plagued by penalties and early-season rust, the Powell Panthers fell Friday night to the visiting Douglas Bearcats 20-6 to open the season — in a game that was closer than the final score would indicate.

Lady Panthers qualify five swimmers

Strong showing for swim team at Bruce Gresly Pentathlon

On Saturday, the Lady Panthers swim team competed in their first meet of the season at the Bruce Gresly Pentathlon in Lander, with five swimmers qualifying for state across 12 events.

When the Northwest College women’s soccer team takes the field Friday for their season opener against Northeastern Junior College, the 11 freshmen on the team won’t be the only ones making their debut in Trapper red.

Tough schedule awaits volleyballers

NWC hosts MSU-Billings Saturday

It’s kickoff weekend for Northwest College, and in celebration, the volleyball team will host a scrimmage against MSU-Billings on Saturday evening. Start time is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Trappers enter new era on the pitch

First-year coach looks to educate, inspire

It’s the dawn of a new era, as the Northwest College men’s soccer team enters the 2017 season with a new coach and a host of new players looking to make an impact in Region IX.

Panther gridders open season Friday against Douglas

On Friday night at 6 p.m., the Powell High School football team will host the first game of the season against the Douglas Bearcats.

A total of 20 Lady Panther swimmers dove into their swim season last week under the direction of new head coach Bob Smartt. 

Seniors to provide leadership to young squad

The Powell High School volleyball team started its season with two-a-day practices last week in preparation for the start of the season in Riverton on Friday and Saturday.

Little League Baseball started in 1938 with a three-team league in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, as a way for youth to play like the major leaguers of the day. Little League has grown and changed tremendously in the 79 years since then — and Gary Hatmaker saw many of those changes firsthand, across 50 years of coaching.

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