“It’s all their first year, but they are learning every day.” Pictured in back are coach Casey Ducey, Ryann Mergelman, Emma Smith, Karlee Halcomb, Emmeree Wagner, Crimsen Blankenship, Adelynn Halcomb, Jade Miller, Kastyn Dembowski and coach Jason Cox. Second row: coach Keenan LeBleu, Lexie LeBleu, Ashlynn Ducey, Miah Wren, Angelina Fortunato, Miley Chism, Emma Winder and coach Paul Fortunato. In front: Lilly Noel, Jasmine Preciado, Carmella Fortunato and Kaitlyn Cox.
Billy Estes, possibly the oldest softball player in Rio Blanco County, pitched two more winning games in Meeker against Shepherds and Pioneers Medical Center at Paintbrush Park. Related
MEEKER I Rain delayed the start of the annual coed softball tournament sponsored by the ERBM Recreation and Park District by one day. Although the teams at press time had not been determined, the championship […]
MEEKER — Alisha Rodebaugh, a sophomore from Meeker High School, is one of the top arms for the Rifle High School softball team. Related