Five medalists paced the Powell Panthers to a sixth place finish in the giant Ron Thon Invitational at Riverton last weekend. Randy Andrews led the Panther efforts, wrestling through the 152-pound bracket to take Powell's only championship.
Ken Landgrebe lights a candle next to photographs of Susan Cox Powell and her sons Braden and Charlie during a candlelight vigil at McKinley Park in Tacoma, Wash., Feb. 6, 2012, the day after Braden and Charlie Powell were killed with their father,
GRAHAM, Wash. — Josh Powell's boys were coming for a visit, and he had preparations to make. He boxed up their books and toys and took them to a charity.
Josh Powell used a hatchet to try to kill his two young sons before igniting the gasoline he'd spread throughout his home, creating the inferno that ultimately claimed them. That startling information came from the results of an autopsy that determined
Michael Powell, who paced Duke scoring with 15 points, got the first seven of the game on a three, then a two ahead of another 2-pointer that came with an assist from Ty Danielson. When Danielson found the string with a jumper of his own it was quickly