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With the fall season now over, head coach Del Nose said he is “proud of the guys [and] the girls are doing great.” Trappers In Dillon, the men’s rodeo team earned the top spot with 640 points. University of Montana — Western took … more
But after a 3-1 win over Sheridan on Sept. 27 — in which the Trappers (4-3-1) controlled the pace and tempo of the game throughout — Gillette proved up to the challenge just two days later, handing NWC its third loss on the season, … more
Lady Panthers 3, Lander 0 “Lander has always been a scrappy team to play against, which means they can’t be overlooked,” said head coach Randi Bonander. “The girls went into the game with the focus being communication and effort. This … more
Riverton Triangular In Riverton, the Lady Panthers finished second with 147 points, three points behind Worland. Riverton was third in the triangular with 126 points. First place finishes for the Lady Panthers included Rylie Kannard in the 50 … more
The Fox and Hounds Invitational differed from all of the year’s other races in that the long distance racers began in a staggered format; one varsity runner from each team lined up to start, followed by another set of runners every 20 seconds, … more
Unfortunately, that offensive explosion wasn’t enough, as WWCC held off a late rally by the Lady Trappers for a 4-3 win in overtime. “I really think that was our best performance as a team,” said Lady Trappers head coach Jessica Lum. “And … more
“When you go on the road, it’s intense, so to win on the road is always a good thing,” said Lady Trappers head coach Shaun Pohlman. “I’m glad we won.” Lady Trappers 3, Central Wyoming College 1 On Friday, the Lady Trappers beat … more
But the Trappers (3-2-1), still coming down from an emotional road win against Laramie County CC the previous weekend, struggled to find a rhythm, falling to Western Wyoming CC 2-0 at Trapper Field on Sept. 20. “I thought we came out pretty … more
“We had two turnovers on special teams that were big, that gave them [Evanston] some momentum, and then the one turnover in the red zone was an easy score for them,” said Powell High School head coach Chanler Buck. However, the coach said he … more
State tennis was held Thursday through Saturday in Gillette on courts in four different locations, with all of Wyoming’s 17 tennis programs in the mix. PHS head coach Joe Asay said that one of the highlights was that every member of his squad … more
“We were pleased to take second place and to be within shouting distance of defending state champion Lander,” said Powell High School head coach Bob Smartt. “The 16-place scoring system used in the meet definitely favored large teams that have … more
Despite sporting an 0-7 record going into the game against Northwest College, the Golden Eagles were ranked 18th in NJCAA Division 1 to begin the season. The Trappers (3-1-1) could count its program’s wins against LCCC on one hand with a few … more
“We had a good rodeo,” said NWC head coach Del Nose. The cowboys and cowgirls are now halfway through the fall with only two more rodeos left. In the spring, NWC will compete in four more rodeos to determine what teams and which individuals … more
“I actually felt like we played well,” said Lady Trappers head coach Jessica Lum. “We knew going into it that they [LCCC] were a good team; we had to give them that.” After road losses to Gillette and Sheridan, Lum and her coaching staff … more
“We were disappointed to lose the dual meet,” said head coach Bob Smartt. “However, Worland is probably the second or third best 3A team in the state, so they are a noble competitor.” Event winners were Aspen Aguirre (2:21.97) in the 200 … more
PHS 3, Buffalo 2 “All three teams came ready to play in Buffalo Friday night,” said Powell High School head volleyball coach Randi Bonander. “The freshmen won in three sets, the JV won in two sets and the varsity won in five sets.” The … more
Though it was the boys’ best team finish since 2012, PHS golf coach Troy Hildebrand thought his boys’ squad could sneak into a top five finish. The Panthers finished 12 strokes out of fourth place. “We played pretty poorly in nice weather … more
“The first day I was really excited,” said head coach Del Nose. “My boys win second but my girls win third.” Nose also said it’s been several years since he’s had a women’s team place that high. After the two rodeos, the men’s … more
“I don’t know if the score is truly indicative of the game,” Trappers head coach Stan Rodrigues said of the Friday matchup. “Gillette had a couple of very good chances to put a goal or two on the board, but our boys scrambled and were able … more
The losses dropped the Lady Trappers to 0-4 (0-2 in conference) on the season. Goals are at a premium, as the team has scored just once on the season — despite showing they can create scoring opportunities. “It was a tough couple of games, … more
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