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MaryKate Herrera of Powell was one of only 10 athletes across the world selected to participate in a virtual Special Olympics Global Health Messenger Training. Herrera, 23, has been a member of … more
This week’s game of the week for the Good Old Boys league at Powell Golf Club was High-Low. In this game, four-person teams combine high and low net scores on the hole for their team scores. … more
Northwest College has named Valerie Rivera as interim head coach of the Lady Trapper volleyball team for the 2019 season. Rivera replaces Bethany Conde, who departed after a tumultuous 2018 … more
Would you rather coach men’s soccer or women’s soccer? Aaron Miller has an easy answer to the question: “I prefer coaching both.” He’ll get that opportunity this … more
A perfect evening of baseball wasn’t wasted by the Powell Pioneers Tuesday at Ed Lynn Memorial Field. But it took a second game turn-around to earn the Pioneers a split of the twin bill with … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every team in the United States. From changes to everyday training to modifications to the sports calendar, athletes around the globe have dealt with an … more
When he took over the reins of the Northwest College women’s basketball program from longtime coach Janis Beal last summer, Camden Levett knew he’d have one season to remove the interim … more
The Good Old Boys golf league went into week seven with a game of total net score from four players, divided by four. Steve Burtoft had a hole-in-one on No. 17, which he dedicated to his best … more
Passion for the game of volleyball and toughness as players will be the mark of the team that first year coach Scott Keister has assembled to take the court for Northwest College volleyball this … more
After leading for the majority of the game, the Powell Pioneers entered the bottom of the seventh at a disadvantage. In game one of Tuesday’s doubleheader against Riverton, Powell … more
The Heart Mountain U15 soccer team had a busy but productive spring, competing in four tournaments throughout April and May. Led by head coach Brian Orr, the U15 compiled a 5-7-1 record, … more
Week six of the Good Old Boys golf league is in the books, with teams of golfers taking one net score on par 5s, two net scores on par 4s and three net scores on par 3s. Team No. 1, consisting of … more
This year’s Rec De Plaza features a revamped course with a one-way, 10K downhill thrill run and a shorter, less adventurous 5K. The event is set for Saturday, June 29. From a start line … more
The first time the Powell High School girls’ basketball team squared off against Lander this season, the Lady Panthers squandered an 18-point lead on their home floor to lose 45-41. But … more
Six dancers from Victoria’s School of Dance in Powell cleaned up at the Big Sky State Games recently, bringing home 10 medals in a variety of categories. The Big Sky State Games are an … more
The Powell High School track and field teams held their season-ending award ceremony last month, honoring the athletes that made it a very special season. The Lady Panthers placed second as a team … more
With three individual champions, one runner-up and five third-place finishers, the Powell High School wrestling team placed second at this weekend’s 3A West Regional at Panther … more
After a busy spring that saw the Northwest College men’s rodeo team win the Big Sky Region by the slimmest of margins over Montana State University, the Trappers have qualified six cowboys for … more
Though he was hoping for a little better finish for his men’s team, Northwest College head rodeo coach Del Nose said he was pleased overall with last week’s College National Finals Rodeo. … more
Friday night’s game between Douglas and Powell has been canceled after “multiple” Douglas football players tested positive for COVID-19, Powell High School Activities Director Scott … more
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