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Levett has been named the interim head coach for the 2018-19 season. “We are excited to have Camden as part of our coaching staff,” said NWC President Stefani Hicswa. “He comes highly recommended and we are eager for him to … more
This year, however, the Pioneers wasted no time in taking their first two victories — sweeping the Billings Angels 7-5 and 4-3 in Saturday’s home-opening double-header. “It turned out to be a really good weekend,” said Pioneers head coach … more
For 2018, the district has added new activities while upgrading some of the existing ones, said director Colby Stenerson. One change on tap for this year is an expanded Kids’ Camp for those 5-9 years old. The program, which used to only be … more
For the seventh-grade teams, three field records and two track records were broken. In the girls’ shot put, Jamalee Hernandez set the new mark with a throw of 28 feet, 1 inch; there had been no previous record listed. In girls’ discus, Grace … more
The realization hit hard. “That’s it ... I’m done,” Hanks said. She stood in stunned silence for a few moments, then gave a sad smile. “I can’t believe it’s over.” The 2018 Wyoming State Track Meet is now in the books, and for … more
But the Panthers found out quickly just how competitive state tournament play can be, losing in the opening round in a 6-0 rout to Rawlins on Thursday. Then on Friday, facing a talented Torrington team that had pushed eventual champion Worland to  … more
As a team, the Lady Panthers finished sixth with 53 points; the Cody Fillies took the top spot with 108.5 points. On the boys side, the Panthers picked up 39 points and finished tied with Lander for seventh place; Star Valley took home the team … more
The sun shone brightly at Kelly Walsh High School for most of the day, though inclement weather caused a shutdown of the meet with a few events remaining on Friday’s schedule. The day began with Lady Panther senior JuliaKay O’Neill notching a … more
A group of fourth-graders from Westside Elementary School dutifully line up, backs against the tennis court nets on a beautiful morning earlier this month. The instructors for this portion of the day’s activities are all business, as they know … more
Powell came out lethargic to open Thursday's game and Rawlins took advantage, scoring three goals in the first 20 minutes of play. Freshman keeper Ashton Brewer was peppered with shots the entire first half, and the Outlaws held a 5-0 lead at the … more
Papich has now spent roughly a decade coaching football, building relationships and enjoying his time as a coach. He’s now taking the reins as the head coach of Powell High School’s football program. “This opportunity is pretty awesome, to … more
“It wasn’t as good as I wanted,” Craig said of her performance. “There’s always room to improve.” Craig, a sophomore at Dickinson State in Dickinson, North Dakota, also placed fifth in the long jump at 15 feet, 6 inches — just 3 … more
Lady Cubs The seventh- and eighth-grade girls teams dominated the competition, finishing first with 163 and 144 points, respectively. Kami Jensen had a meet to remember for the seventh-grade team, finishing first in the 100 meter hurdles, 200 … more
With just three seniors on the roster, the Panthers have relied heavily on juniors and underclassmen this season, compiling a 4-9-2 record prior to the state play-in game in Worland. But the team that squared off against Douglas (5-11-1) on … more
The Lady Panthers finished second at the eight-team meet with 107 points; the Cody Fillies finished first with 149.5 points. The Panthers finished fourth on the boys’ side with 81 points, trailing Star Valley with 148 points, Cody with 124 and … more
“We had the game,” said Powell head coach Jack Haire, adding, “We just let it get away from us.” The Lady Panthers opened the game using the same formation and strategy they’d used earlier in the week against Cody, and it seemed to be … more
Cody’s hard-fought 2-1 win gave the Filles (13-2) the season sweep against the Lady Panthers (4-8-3, 1-3), as well as a perfect 4-0 record in the 3A Northwest Quadrant. “I thought we played pretty well, actually,” said Powell head coach … more
“What I was observing was we weren’t getting first to the ball, we weren’t pressing and working hard to control and keep the ball as hard as they were for most of the game. That’s what I think it mostly came down to,” said PHS head coach … more
“We ask the kids to keep trying to improve, and they have been,” said Powell head coach Scott Smith. “Hopefully we get that for two more weeks. No matter what the team score says, if everyone improves, it’s a good day.” While it was … more
Powell vowed to be more competitive the next time around, and was exactly that last weekend, racking up four goals in the second half of a 9-4 loss at Star Valley Friday, before shutting out Pinedale 5-0 on Saturday. “... The trip had its ups … more
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