Sports

Each year features its share of triumphs and defeats on the local sports scene, and 2016 was no different. The victories came on both individual and team levels, most notably by the Panorama boys golf team capturing a second straight state championship. No year is without its share of losses,...
Panorama golf team members (from left) coach Hal Rossow, Will Babcock, Aaron Klinge, George Appleseth, Max Monthei, Reid Cobb, Adam Hackfort and coach David Van Ahn hold a state chamion pennant and trophy following a win at the Class 2a state golf meet on May 28. The Panthers defended their 2015 title by nine strokes over St. Edmond and Kuemper Catholic.
Repeating shots is a golf trait that usually leads to low scores. Repeating rosters, at least at the high school level, can work, too.  Panorama, led by players who were with them a year ago, successfully defended their Class 2-A boys state golf championship Saturday at Lakeside Golf Course in Fort...
It’s called “a tradition unlike any other.” One of the most popular sporting events next to the Super Bowl is the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. A Lake Panorama family would like it to be a tradition for them, but they also understand it may never happen again. Gary and Jody Babcock...
Members of the Panorama boys state championship golf team are (front row, from left) Reid Cobb, Adam Hackfort, Max Monthei, (back row) coach Hal Rossow, Jordan Eng, Will Babcock, George Appleseth, coach David Van Ahn.
Saturday’s final round of the Class 2A boys state golf tournament at Ames Golf & Country Club was a marathon on a difficult course amid windy, unseasonably cool weather. The Panorama boys enjoyed every minute of it.With sophomore Will Babcock leading the way, the Panthers held off challenges...
Panther 220-pounder Wilson Solorzano (top) defends a takedown attempt made by Guthrie Center opponent Cale Crowder during Thursday's dual meet between Panorama and Guthrie Center. The two Class 1A ranked wrestlers kept the match close with Crowder coming away with a narrow 2-1 victory.
It was one of the best weeks in Panorama wrestling history last week as the Panthers captured an unbeaten West Central Conference championship.“I’m so proud of all these kids,” Panther head coach Jason Kirtley said. “Our freshman came up huge in clutch situations in the duals in Guthrie Center.”The...
Guthrie Center's Mady Smith finds herself surrounded by Panorama's Maddi McNeill, left and Jade Cunningham in the second quarter.
If Panorama girls basketball head coach Dan Druvienga could have scripted how he wanted his team to open its season, he probably would have drawn up something pretty close to how his team played on Friday night.The Class 2A sixth-ranked Panthers (6-0) held visiting Guthrie Center (0-8) to just four...
PANORAMA WRESTLING - (from left) Daniel Jensen, Kennedy Andersen, manager, Marcus Boldy, George Appleseth, Wilson Solorzano, Garrett Simmons, Dalton Bennett, Garrett DeYoung, Brady Howard, Kaleb Stogdill, Tyler Van Houten, Danny Nordquist, Dalton Holmes, Trevor Carey, Gunnar Grunsted, Baylee Gymer, mananger.
Expectations for the Panorama High School wrestling team are running high. With seven letter-winners, including a pair of state qualifiers, there’s reason behind heightened expectations.  “We look to contend for the conference title with Guthrie Center and Ogden,” said head coach Jason Kirtley, who...

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