Meeker cagers 5-0 after 53-39 victory over Olathe Pirates

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team stretched their season-opening winning streak to five games this year with a game on Dec. 18 on the road in Olathe. Meeker went in against the 3A team and did not seem intimidated.

Meeker boys open cage season with sweep of Cowboy Shootout

Meeker Cowboy Kash Atwood lets fly with the ball for a basket on Friday night against Soroco (South Routt County) during the second round of the White River Electric Association’s annual Cowboy Shootout. Meeker went on to defeat the Rams and then win the tournament in the finals on Saturday afternoon. Atwood, the only senior on the Cowboy varsity, led all scorers in the tournament with a total of 46 points.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team began its season play by winning the White River Electric Association Cowboy Shootout at home on Saturday. The Cowboys began their successful weekend on Thursday against the Moffat County junior varsity (Moffat County is a 4A school). Moffat County had no answer for Eli Newman, who […]

BMS boys finish basketball season

MEEKER I The Barone Middle School boys’ basketball team finished their season off with a tournament in Rangely on Saturday.

Rangely volleyball season ends early

The RHS volleyball season ended at the district tournament in Grand Valley, earlier than expected. The lady Panthers defeated Vail Mountain School in the first round of pool play but then lost to West Grand, eliminating them from the tournament. Teams needed to win their pool in order to advance to the state-qualifying regional tournament.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School volleyball team has ended its season. The girls played an outstanding first match, defeating Vail Mountain in three games.

Lady Cowboys struggle to obtain momentum

Members of the MHS volleyball team cheer after a win. The team has had difficulty gaining momentum this season, but hopes to turn things around this weekend against Paonia.

MEEKER I The Meeker volleyball team won its homecoming game against Caprock Academy Friday night behind outstanding defensive play and the always composed setter Maggie Phelan holding things together and getting the ball to necessary hitters to get the win.

Panther defense overcomes Meeker Cowboys volleyball

Sophomore Katelyn Brown digs one out in the Panther match over the weekend.

RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team had a big weekend playing Plateau Valley Friday night and Cedaredge on Saturday before traveling to Meeker Tuesday night to win an exciting county match up.

MHS volleyball tops Hotchkiss

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team had a great victory against Hotchkiss on Saturday as they beat the Bulldogs in three straight games, 25-19, 25-17, and 25-12.

RHS volleyball team has good weekend, captures two of three

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team had a great weekend as the varsity girls won two of their three matches. The Panthers began on the road to Vail, where they played Vail Mountain in a non-league matchup.

Rangely’s volleyball team has full week with three tough opponents

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team is looking ahead to a big week as they play Soroco today, and then Caprock Academy at home on Friday for their last league game. On Saturday they head to Baggs to play Little Snake River in the “Pink” game, Coach Quinton Kent said.

Meeker volleyball girls win two

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team had an outstanding weekend, traveling to Grand Junction on Friday to beat Caprock Academy, and winning a huge match in Kremmling on Saturday.

Rangely volleyball squad hot and cold, loses the final game

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ volleyball team travel to Plateau Valley on Friday and played outstanding ball in game one, came back after losing game two but fell in game five.

MHS softball wins at home

MEEKER I The Meeker High School softball season is well underway and the lady Cowboys have shown that they are meant to be with the varsity teams, despite having an extremely tough schedule. The Meeker girls had their first home game last weekend. Rifle came to town with a very competitive, experienced 4A ball club.