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Panther wrestling was back in town Tuesday, as the grapplers welcomed two top Montana teams: Huntley Project — the state’s top-ranked team in the B division — and Laurel, which is … more
A young junior varsity Panther boys’ basketball team that only features four juniors has risen to the challenge early in the season. They feature a 4-1 record heading into the Big Horn Basin … more
Panther forward Hawkin Sweeney is set to sign with NCAA division II Western Oregon University (WOU) in Monmouth, Oregon, to continue his academic and soccer career next fall. The Powell High … more
Northwest College sports teams are back in action this weekend. Both Trapper basketball squads will host their final non-region games on Friday, with wrestling on the road in Oklahoma. Home action … more
A mostly inexperienced eighth grade girls’ basketball team ended the season on a high after showing continued growth throughout the campaign. The Cubs finished the season with a 7-8 … more
A weekend full of home competition brought out dozens of personal best times for the Panther swim team as well as another qualifier for the state meet. The squad also won and finished as runners-up … more
The Powell High School wrestlers started their Montana tournament swing last weekend at the Tom LeProwse Invite in Bozeman — bringing home four medalists from one of the toughest tournaments … more
A slow start coupled with poor free throw shooting at the end of the contest saw the Panther girls basketball team drop below .500 for the first time this season. The team is now 2-3 after an … more
Close games have been a common occurrence for the young Panther boys’ basketball team early in the season. After dropping tight contests to Cody and Rocky Mountain last week, the Powell High … more
Following a season as the interim leader of the Northwest College men’s and women’s soccer teams, Rob Hill was named the full time head coach of both squads in December. “It was … more
A fast and dominant start has catapulted the Panther freshman girls’ basketball team to a 4-0 record, winning each game by at least 20 points. A rivalry game greeted Powell out of the winter … more
A fast start to the season followed by a rough patch has led to mixed early season results for the Panther freshman boys’ basketball team, as they hold a 3-2 record in the young … more
A short winter break ends this weekend, as high school sports are back in the Powell area. Teams are looking to come out of the break and create momentum heading into the final two months of the … more
Achieving one black belt in taekwondo is difficult enough for one person. But the Siggins sisters did more than that, with all five siblings achieving at least their level one Kukkiwon certified … more
A new movement called the Women’s Empowered (WE) Campaign has been started in Powell by nine women, looking to help teach women both self defense and teach a number of other practices in order … more
Heading into Christmas the Powell Swimming Club squeezed in one last meet as they competed in the Snowball Crawl on Dec. 18-19 in Worland. The lone victory for the PSC came from Addy Powell, who … more
The Powell Golf Club once again operated well into the black in 2021, and it remains debt free. In 2022, meanwhile, those playing at the course can expect to see higher greens fees and tournament … more
With the recent departure of Kury Reynolds as the head golf professional at the Powell Golf Club, a short search ended with Doug Firth taking over the position at the start of December. Firth … more
The Powell Swim Club continued its season into December, as they took part in the Polar Bear Splash in Cody on Dec. 4-5. The top performer from the event was Rui Parker, 16, taking first place in … more
Competing at the Turkey Classic in Cody around the Thanksgiving holiday, the Powell Swim Club posted a number of top finishes. Nate Johnston, 17, led the way by winning his age division in the 50 … more
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