MEEKER I Meeker High School graduate Kaysyn Chintala went to Colby Community College in Colby, Kan., on a volleyball scholarship, but she has since switched schools and sports while making plans to continue her education at a four-year school.
MEEKER I According to Meeker High School track coach John Strate, the first track meet of the season was held on a cold and windy day in Rifle, but, “We got some pretty solid performances from both of our returning athletes and our freshman.”
MEEKER I The Barone Middle School wrestling team has been a little under weather lately but 14 members of the team wrestled in the Carl Ramunno Memorial in Steamboat Springs on March 5, returning with a third place trophy and four champions.
RANGELY I The Rangely Middle School wrestling team placed several wrestlers within the top four at Oak Creek on Saturday, and the young grapplers will host the Northwest Colorado League Championship tournament on Saturday at the Rangely Junior/Senior High School.
RANGELY I “We have lots to work on still, but the guys wrestled well,” Rangely Middle School wrestling coach Travis Witherell said of the young Panthers’ performance in the annual Carl Ramunno tournament in Steamboat Springs.
MEEKER I The final game of the season for the Meeker High School girls’ basketball team was played in Oak Creek, where the lady Cowboys lost 62-32 to the Soroco Rams (18-2) in the quarterfinal round of the district tournament.
RANGELY I The Rangely Middle School Panther wrestling team opened its season in Hayden on Saturday and returned with six placers, including two champions, which was more than half of the Panthers who entered.
The “Meeker Black” boys’ fifth- and sixth-grade basketball team played three games at home on Saturday, winning two. Meeker has two teams, Meeker Black and Meeker Gold, and both will play in the conference tournament with the first game for Meeker Gold at home at 6:30 p.m. against Rifle 1 at Meeker Elementary School. Meeker […]