RBC I The 2013-14 school year has not started yet, but high school golfers in Rio Blanco County started practice Monday and play in their first tournament today in Battlement Mesa. Practice for football, volleyball and cross county officially starts Monday.
RANGELY I Nineteen pairs entered the annual Couples Golf Tournament at Cedar Ridges Golf Course, and local golfers fared well in the two flights of the two-day event.
The first round of the 2013 ERBM Coed Softball League tournament started Wednesday and the semifinals are scheduled to be played Monday, Aug. 12 at Paintbrush Park starting at 6:15 p.m. Former champion Ace Trucking defeated the defending champions Rangely True Value Hardware in league play and will be the
RANGELY I For the past six years, the Rangely Hurricanes swim team has competed in the annual Colorado Seasonal Club State Championships, and they have returned with the team championship trophy in the small club division each year. This year was no different — in addition to the team title, the Hurricanes had a high […]
RANGELY | Twenty teams competed in the annual 27-hole, two-man tournament in two flights at Cedar Ridges Golf Course in Rangely with several players from out of town, and more are expected to play in the couples tournament Saturday and Sunday.
MEEKER I The difference in years between the youngest and oldest golfer in the Lischke Tournament was greater than the total number of golfers entered and it was the young guns who won in the end.
RBC I Both golf courses in Rio Blanco County will host tournaments Saturday and all junior golfers are invited to the Meeker Golf Course for the annual Junior Golf Tournament Monday, July 29.
RBC I “These girls are amazing,” Meeker’s Rick Dodds said. Dodds, along with Rangely’s Andy Shaffer and Kelly Brown, coach the Rio Blanco American Legion 14-and-under girls’ fast-pitch softball team, made up of four girls from Meeker, four from Rangely, one from Rifle, one from Parachute and one from New Castle. The Rio Blanco team […]
RANGELY I “A lot of surrounding towns don’t have baseball in the summer, so myself, Gary (Denny) and Wes (Torsell) want everyone who wants to, to be able to play ball,” said Paul Fortunato, who just finished coaching his seventh season of Rio Blanco American Legion baseball.