Rangely’s girls restart cage season with losses after holidays

Rangely I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team had a barn burner on Friay night to restart their season after the holiday break.

Meeker’s boys remain undefeated after two weekend court wins

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team started the New Year with a bang, scoring 136 points in two games and beating two competitive teams.

Rangely girls fall to Rams

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team played South Routt County (Soroco) Friday. Despite a huge third quarter, they were unable to win the game.

MHS boys’ basketball undefeated

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team completed an undefeated pre-season run, beating Olathe handily by a 89-54 score on Friday.

Meeker boys’ basketball team wins WREA Cowboy Shootout

The Meeker Cowboys defended their White River Electric Cowboy Shootout team title when they defeated the Mancos Blue Jays in the championship game Saturday on their home court. The championship team included Jake Phelan (15), Matt Frantz, Cade Rowlett, Jake Smith, assistant manager Madison Kindler, Kash Atwood, Ty Dunham, Raul Lopez, Joe Newman, Tony Collins, Levi Dinwiddie and Logan Hughes. Dunham and Lopez were named to the all-tournament team and Lopez was named the tournament’s MVP.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team kicked off its season off with a bang, winning the White River Electric Cowboy Shootout at home.

As host of annual WREA Cowboy Shootout, Meeker’s boys begin cage season tonight

This year’s White River Electric Cowboy Shootout all-tournament team consists of: Dakota Bruner from Soroco, Katelyn Brown from Rangely, Kara Cozzens from Hayden, Erin Staats from Nucla, Jessica Rossi from Soroco was named the tournament’s MVP and Sydney Hughes from Meeker. Hughes won the three-point contest, held before the championship game, where Meeker defeated Soroco 52-37.

MEEKER I The Meeker and Rangely boys’ basketball teams will open their cage seasons tonight as part of the boys’ version of the annual WREA Cowboys Shootout.

MHS volleyball season ends

Megan Parker goes up for a block during the Meeker High School girls’ regional volleyball tournament at Paonia as Maggie Phelan watches. The team lost in the tournament, ending the season, but MHS Coach Janae Stansworth is highly optimistic for next year with quality underclassmen returning.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team wrapped up an impressive season this past weekend at the regional tournament.

Rangely volleyball season comes to an end

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team finished its season at the district tournament in Soroco over the weekend.

MHS volleyball on to regionals

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team qualified for the regional tournament, which will be held this weekend in Ridgeway. The lady Cowboys had to win Friday against Vail Christian and Rangely to advance to the bracketed play Saturday.

Lady Cowboys take aim at districts

The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team had a great weekend, hoping to carry the momentum to Soroco for the district tournament.

RHS volleyball splits matches

RANGELY I Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team won one and lost one over the weekend, beating Caprock Academy and losing to Soroco Saturday.

Rangely volleyball girls win their only match

The Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team defeated Caprock Academy in its only match of the weekend. For the match, the team members wore their “Pink Out” uniforms with all proceeds going to the Rio Blanco County Mammogram Program. Above are team seniors, from left: Simone Heinle, Sierra Brannan and Desiree Coombs.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team had a little bit of a break during the weekend as they played only one match and finished Caprock Academy off easily in three games on Friday night.