RANGELY I Thirty-three golfers, including two from the eastern town of Rio Blanco County, played in the annual Rangely Men’s Club Championship, and defending champion Clark Edwards not only defended his title, he dominated the championship flight.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School football team was the host of the annual Cowboy Kickoff Classic golf tournament, and the Cowboys will open the season Friday on the road in Ault against the Highland Huskies.
RBC I Rangely High School students were back in the classroom on Aug. 15 while Meeker students started Monday. Practice of fall sports officially started Aug. 15, and three days later, Rangely’s golf team was already competing.
MEEKER I After two months of scheduled games and a double-elimination tournament, a new champion was crowned in the 2016 Coed Softball league, sponsored by the ERBM Recreation and Parks District. Six teams started the 2016 Coed Softball season and three finished the tournament.
MEEKER I Many Meeker football players have been lifting weights, playing catch and attending camps this summer, in preparation of the upcoming high school season.
RANGELY I Nineteen couples from the Western Slope of Colorado and eastern Utah played in the annual Couples Classic golf tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course during the weekend, and after two days of competition, it was the hometown couples taking the majority of the top spots. Couples from Rifle, Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs, Rangely […]
MEEKER I Eastern Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation & Park District will host the Meeker High School Football Clinic on Tuesday at the Barone Middle School practice field.
RANGELY I Rangely’s 8-9-10-year-old baseball team, sponsored by the Western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Parks District, finished the regular season with one defeat, which it later avenged, and went on to win the league championship last week in Rifle.
RBC I Cedar Ridges Golf Course has been a busy place and will continue to be for the next two weeks as the 27-hole, two-man tournament will be played this weekend, followed by the Couples Classic.
RANGELY I Forty-four golfers played in the annual 27-hole scramble at Cedar Ridges Golf Course last Saturday. The four-person team from Grand Junction took top honors.