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Most valuable honors went to Kayla Kolpitcke and Alan Merritt, most improved to Abby Landwehr and Jayden Yates and most inspirational to Gracen Curtis and Jesse Erickson. The awards were voted on by the team’s runners. Most … more
The Panthers also had six individual wrestlers advance to the final four Best of the Best matches. Bo Dearcorn was the sole wrestler to win the championship at 170 pounds. “I thought it was a good weekend, thought the kids wrestled well,” … more
Head coach Chase Kistler said that during the first quarter — when Lovell jumped out to a 15-8 lead — the Panthers were “playing kind of nervous and playing too fast.” The playing too fast equated to the team having trouble staying under … more
“I thought it was a good win,” said head coach Scott McKenzie. “Lovell is a nice team.” With 5:40 remaining in the first quarter, Lovell took a 6-5 lead, but the Lady Panthers shut down the Lady Bulldogs. PHS went on a 14-0 run to lead … more
Losses against Williston State and Dawson Community College — teams the Trappers beat earlier in the season — ended a three-game win streak and had coaches scratching their heads. A win Saturday against Stone Child College sent the Trappers … more
“I’m proud of the girls with how they’ve really done a good job of bringing energy,” said head coach Janis Beal. “And they’ve done a great job of cheering for teammates.” Beal said that energy and cheering have been factors in the … more
The first dual came against Labette Community College, where the Trappers won 37-10.  The second was against hosting Northeastern Oklahoma — the No. 2-ranked team in the nation — where the Trappers lost 47-4. In the first dual of the evening … more
“I thought we did well,” said PHS head coach Nate Urbach. “I was happy,” As young as the team is, coach Urbach said he was surprised Powell won the tournament; the PHS wrestling team is comprised of only two seniors, four juniors and 19 … more
“I think it was a great start to a first meet,” said head coach Stephanie Warren. “It was kind of hard as far as the competition goes ’cause they were really competing against their own teammates.” Cody only had four swimmers who could … more
Playing in the East/West Classic on Friday and Saturday, the Panthers went 1-2, beating Douglas 57-54 and losing to Buffalo 84-54 and Rawlins 60-40. Heading into the event, PHS head coach Chase Kistler said the weekend was going to highlight the … 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
“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
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
The Trappers are now on a three-game win streak, with two games left on the schedule before the winter break. Trappers 81, DCC 67 Dawson Community College came into Friday’s game against NWC sporting a gaudy 10-1 record and riding a … more
This season there is a total of about 25 wrestlers for Powell High School, but only six are returning upperclassmen (two seniors and four juniors). “Might be the youngest team I’ve ever had,” said head coach Nate Urbach. But despite its … more
“After this first week of practice, I think we are going to be looking at a pretty exciting season,” said PHS head coach Stephanie Warren. “The boys are working really hard,” Warren also said the team is “excited to match up against … more
Arizona Western 58, NWC 55 “It was a close one, back and forth,” said head coach Janis Beal about the game against Arizona Western. After the first quarter, NWC trailed by four, 16-12. “When it comes down to it, those couple … more
The Trappers (6-4) opened the tournament against a familiar foe Friday, squaring off against Williston State (4-6). Though NWC won the teams’ first meeting earlier this season, the Tetons proved too much to handle in the rematch, holding off a … more
The team’s end-of-season awards recognized the Most Valuable Special Teams player, Lee Blocking Award, Most Improved, Most Inspirational, Most Valuable Defensive player, Most Valuable Offensive player and Most Valuable Teammate. All the awards … more
“It’s a really big rush,” Aguirre said of barrel racing. “You don’t even hear anything when you are running out there; it’s all just really fast, insanely fast, everything is so fast.” Points are accumulated throughout the season … more
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