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The Northwest College Volleyball team is off to a tremendous start this season. Through 20- total games the Trappers are 16-4, 1-2 in conference play, on the season. Last spring, they finished 13-12 on the season and the hard work in the off-season is paying dividends. I had the luxury of catching up with Northwest…

Northwest soccer was on the road Wednesday in what ended up being an unsuccessful trip. The men went to Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne while the Lady Trappers made a short trip to Riverton to battle Central Wyoming College. The guys would fall to Laramie County, when a shot in the 82nd minute would…

The Northwest College men’s and women’s rodeo teams are off and running this spring. The teams competed in the Montana State Spring Rodeo in Bozeman, Montana April 8th-11th and the Miles Community College Spring Rodeo in Miles City, Montana April 15th-16th. Today a look at the Big Sky Rgion Standings and where Northwest College sits…

Both the Northwest College men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted Rocky Mountain College JV inside the Cabre Gymanasium Wednesday night for their home opener. In front of their home crowd for the first time this season both Northwest teams would pull away victorious swith the women winning 79-50 and the men won 96-72. In the…

The Northwest College Volleyball team is pleased to announce their first signing for the 2021-2022 season. On Tuesday, trapper volleyball officially welcomed Emma Hanson to the program. Hanson joins the trappers from Billings Montana where she attends Billings Senior High School. A setter, Hanson, garnered First Team All-Conference, Second Team All-State and was Academic All-State…

THE NORTHWEST COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL TEAM ANNOUNCED TWO NEW MEMBERS TO THE SQUAD ON TUESDAY. THE TRAPPERS WELCOME CASEY ELFLAND, SETTER, FROM MANHATTEN, MONT. TO THE SQUAD. ELFLAND LAST PLAYED FOR THE BIG SKY AND HORSESHOE HILLS CLUB. SHE IS AN ACADEMIC ALL-STATE SELECTION AND HIGH SCHOOL TEAM CAPTAIN. THE TRAPPERS ALSO ANNOUNCED THE SIGNING OF…

THE WORLAND WARRIORS HAVE THEIR NEW HEAD FOOTBALL COACH, AS PATRICK SWEENEY, AN ALUM, IS TAKING OVER THE PROGRAM. SWEENEY SERVED AS A VOLUNTEER AND PAID ASSISTANT UNDER FORMER HEAD COACH RYAN UTTERBACK. HIS FOCUS WAS ON THE DEFENSIVE SIDE OF THE BALL, ACCORDING TO WORLAND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MARK MORTIMER. SWEENEY PLAYED COLLEGE FOOTBALL AT…

ON MONDAY NORTHWEST COLLEGE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, BRIAN ERICKSON, ANNOUNCED THE WINNERS OF THE FOLLOWING AWARDS; TRAPPER AWARD: IN RECOGNITION OF THE STUDENT-ATHLETE WHO DEMONSTRATES EXCELLENCE IN THE AREAS OF ACADEMICS, CITIZENSHIP, LEADERSHIP, AND ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE: DEVON CURTIS, MYSEN MCARTHUR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: IN RECOGNITION OF AN INDIVIDUALS ATHLETIC SUCCESS: KYLE BROWN, ADELA SMUTNA BRAND…

THE NORTHWEST COLLEGE WRESTLING TEAM WAS IN ACTION SATURDAY AS THE HOSTED THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT WRESTLING TOURNAMENT. THE TRAPPERS WOULD FINISH THE EVENT IN THIRD PLACE. LEADING THE WAY FOR NORTHWEST WAS BRAYDEN LOWRY WHO PLACE 1ST AT 149 POUNDS DEFEATEING WESTERN WYOMING’S JOEY REVELLI. DAWSON BARFUSS, VAN BRAY, JATE FROST, PORTER FOX AND MAJID…

THE NORTHWEST COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM BEGAN REGION IX PLAY LAST WEEKEND AND AFTER THREE GAMES CURRENTLY SIT AT 1-2 IN THE DIVISION AFTER PICKING UP THE WIN VS. WESTERN WYOMING ON WEDNESDAY. FOR THE LADY TRAPPERS, THEIR OVERALL RECORD SITS AT 10-9. WITH MORE DIVISION PLAY UPCOMING SATURDAY I TALKED WITH HEAD COACH CAMDEN…


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