RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panther wrestling team wrestled in the annual Tournament of Champions in Vernal, Utah, and Panther senior Caleb Lawson finished third in the 160-pound bracket.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team opened the 2016 portion of the season on the road, and will play three games this week, including a home game Friday against Caprock Academy.
Above, Meeker senior Sammy Palmer wasted no time taking his opponent down to his back with a head lock, before locking up a cross-face cradle to pin the wrestler from Grand Valley early in the first period. Palmer and the Cowboys wrestled Grand Valley and 5A Ralston Valley on Jan 7, on a brand new […]
The Meeker Cowboy wrestling team, currently ranked No. 3 in 2A by On the Mat Rankings, will host Grand Valley and 5A Ralston Valley tonight at Meeker High School, starting at 6 p.m. The Cowboys and the Rangely Panthers are both in the field of 32 teams wrestling in the Tournament of Champions, starting Friday […]
MEEKER I With almost half of the varsity wrestlers taking ACT tests on Dec. 12, seven Cowboys wrestled in the Panther Invitational and three placed in the top three.
MEEKER I “The game was closer than the final score,” Meeker girls’ basketball coach Greg Chintala said of the 42-29 loss to the Pirates in Olathe on Friday.
RANGELY I “Our guys competed with an entirely new attitude,” Rangely High School wrestling coach Travis Witherell said. “It was such an improvement from last week and I’m very pleased with how we did.” The Panthers wrestled in the West Grand Invitational in Kremmling with five wrestlers and how they did was two Rangely grapplers […]
RANGELY I The Rangely High School wrestling team went on the road and found some big-school competition in Delta during the past weekend, and this weekend the Panthers will ride the bus again to Kremmling, where they will wrestle in the West Grand Invitational.
RANGELY I “The effort was there the whole tournament, and I was pleased with how we came along night to night,” Rangely boys’ new head basketball coach Kyle Boydstun said of his team’s first performances in the annual White River Electric Association’s Cowboy Shootout, where the Panthers won the final game of three.