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  • LADY PANTHER SWIMMERS CONTINUE WIN STREAK
  • LADY PANTHER VBALL 2 PINEDALE 3 22-25, 25-22, 16-25, 25-18
  • LADY PANTHER VBALL 3 KEMMERER 0 25-13, 25-12, 25-16

GIRLS’ SWIMMING SENIOR NIGHT

Gabby Paterson, Prowl News Editor
October 20, 2021
Justin Tucker  celebrates his game winning, record breaking field goal.

GOLDEN FOOT

Jhett Schwahn, Prowl Reporter
October 19, 2021
PHS Freshman Kate Miller and Makenna Tucker from Cheyenne East swim the 400 meter freestyle at the Douglas invitational.

STATCHAT: JUST KEEP SWIMMING

Emma Brence, Prowl Reporter
October 18, 2021
The PHS varsity tennis team shows confidence in the face of the upcoming Regional matches Sep. 23.

STATE TENNIS: IN THE BOOKS

Kora Terry, Prowl Reporter
October 4, 2021
PHS Football Head Coach Chase Kistler gives the Panther boys a pep talk during Friday night’s victory.

STAT CHAT: HAIL TO THE PANTHER TEAM

Jhett Schwahn, Prowl Reporter
September 24, 2021
PHS Girls Swimming coach, Bob Smartt, stands on the podium after winning his age group of 65-69 year old men at the World AquaBike Championship on September 12.

BETTER WITH AGE

Gabby Paterson, Prowl News Editor
September 21, 2021
The PHS girls track team poses after winning the 3A Regional championship. This was their first Regional title since 1992.

TRACK ATTACK

Nathan Feller, Associate Editor
May 25, 2021
Junior Nate Johnston is congratulated by his teammates at state boys swimming while event winners were announced.

IN THE ZONES

Lucyjane Crimm, Prowl Editor-in-Chief
May 19, 2021
Senior Ashely Dunkerly strikes a serve during the 2020 competitive tennis season. Players attending the tennis workshop hosted by Luke Jensen will perform drills and other activities to help improve their skills.

CHAMPION IN TOWN

Chase Anderson, Prowl Feature Editor
May 18, 2021
Freshman McKenzie Fields dribbles down the field to pass on May 7 against Mountain View.

STATCHAT: HERE’S THE KICKER

Shelby Fagan, Prowl Sports Editor
May 13, 2021
(From left) Freshman Waycee Harvey, junior Jenna Hillman, and sophomores Megan Jacobsen and Anna Bartholomew present their baton on May 1. They placed first in the 1600 Medley Relay for girls at the Lovell meet.

STATE BOUND

Taryn Feller, Prowl Reporter
May 10, 2021
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