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“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
Nodir Safarov became the national champion at 125 pounds and Lisiate Anau was runner-up at 285 pounds while Jeff Oakes, at 184 pounds, and Tate Allison, at 157 pounds, made the podium with eighth-place finishes. “[They] worked hard and wrestled … more
The Lady Trappers will host the Region IX-North play-in game at 6 p.m. Friday against Western Wyoming Community College. “Sheridan and Gillette were important just for us to maintain that No. 2 seed,” said Lady Trappers head coach Janis Beal. … more
But a routine play during the Lady Trappers’ home opener against Williston State on Nov. 10 slammed the brakes on what both were hoping would be a productive season. “It was just a fastbreak,” Beal said. “She went up and came down and … more
NWC hosted the Big Horn Federal Shootout over the weekend, coming away with wins over Dawson Community College 109-58 on Friday evening and against Rocky Mountain JV, 83-65, on Saturday. NWC 109, Dawson 58 NWC’s 109 points against Dawson … more
After three days of competition at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, the Northwest College men’s rodeo team is sitting in 11th place. However, Trapper Caleb McMillan ranks first in … more
“The kids worked hard, I think they’re getting better,” said head coach Jim Zeigler. “I think they are recognizing some things and wanting to get more competitive.” Argo Duals The Trappers competed in three duals at the Argo Duals at … more
As one of the few teams in Wyoming able to play an actual game last weekend, the Powell High School girls’ soccer team opened the 2019 season on the road Saturday, ignoring the elements to … more
A field of more than 100 runners braved the elements for a good cause Saturday at the Park County Fairgrounds, making the eighth annual Dano’lope’ Dash one to remember. “Things … more
They beat Worland, Billings Senior, Rocky Mountain, Billings Skyview and Riverton to open the year before losing to Green River, Billings West and Cody to finish 5-3. It was a grueling schedule for the PHS newcomers. “That’s a lot of games … more
Led by a pair of goals from freshman Hawkin Sweeney and a goal from sophomore Sam Bauer, the Powell High School boys’ soccer team blanked Buffalo 3-0 on the road to open the 2019 season. It … more
Behind solid pitching and a monster day at the plate, the Powell Legion A baseball team snapped a three-game skid Tuesday afternoon, sweeping a day/night doubleheader against the Lovell … more
The Northwest College women’s basketball team opened its 2018-19 season on the road, going 0-2 at the Snow College Classic last weekend in Ephraim, Utah. The Lady Trappers opened the … more
Calling it “one of the best tournaments in all of its 26 years,” instructor Chris Ivanoff of Lone Wolf Martial Arts in Powell said the recent Lone Wolf Taekwondo Championships was a great … more
After running multiple miles throughout the school year, Westside Elementary School students’ marathon ended with a splash of color. During the final 1 mile run/walk around the Westside … more
The Northwest College wrestling team opened its season at the Cowboy Open in Laramie over the weekend in what head coach Jim Zeigler called “a learning experience.” Zeigler said his … more
After upsetting heavily favored Otero College in three sets to start the Region IX Volleyball Tournament last week, the Northwest College volleyball team fell back to earth, losing back-to-back, … 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
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