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The Powell High School girls’ swimming and diving team followed up an impressive showing at Riverton on Friday with one of even more significance Saturday — topping the seven-team field … more
Last week’s 41-14 upset of Lander, the No. 1 seed out of Class 3A East, is firmly in the rearview mirror: The Powell High School football team now has its sights set on a rematch with … more
The University of Wyoming Athletics department announced on Wednesday that a portion of student-athletes from football and men’s and women’s basketball will return to campus on Monday, … more
In their final outing of the year, members of the Good Old Boys golf league played a game of “Six-Six-Six.” The four-man teams kept one net score on holes 1-6, two net scores on holes … more
Powell Middle School will add its first-ever soccer club this spring. “At this point, this is just a soft start to give our kids an opportunity that currently they don’t have,” … more
It was typical baseball in the month of May: cold and windy. But that’s the only thing ordinary about Wednesday night’s action at Ed Lynn Memorial Field in Powell. For starters, the … 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
After a pair of home losses dashed their chances at a Region IX playoff berth the weekend before, the Northwest College men’s soccer team salvaged a measure of pride Saturday with a 4-2 road … 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
The Powell High School volleyball team squared off against the top two teams in the 3A Northwest quadrant last week, losing in straight sets to Lander Thursday and Worland Friday. Despite the losses, … more
Wyoming was the last Mountain West Conference team to face off against a Sun Belt Conference opponent in the Tucson Bowl. Starting in 2020, the Mountain West will be paired opposite a team from … 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
With the end of the regular season in sight, the Northwest College volleyball team split a pair of matches against Region IX North opponents, winning at home but dropping the final regular-season … more
A dominating third quarter put things away for the Northwest College women’s basketball team in a 70-45 triumph over Williston State College Sunday afternoon at Cabre Gym. The Lady Trappers … 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
Though their final record might not reflect it at first glance, it was a successful season for the Northwest College women’s soccer team, who closed out their 2019 campaign with a 4-3 overtime … more
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