Hunter Garcia and Codee Woodward were the winners of Yeti coolers, along with shirts and hats from Strawberry Creek Outfitters, sponsors of the Big Buck and Bull contest at Barone Middle School. BMS teacher Zach Clatterbaugh used the Boone and Crockett scoring method to give Garcia’s elk antlers a score of 231, highest of the three entries. Woodward’s deer scored 160, highest of six entries in the annual contest. Clatterbaugh was impressed that Garcia used a bow to harvest his elk.
MEEKER I Students at Barone Middle School took part in the National History Day contest. The annual event features a new theme every year and invites students from across the country to compete. This year’s […]
Eight students from Barone Middle School competed in the regional Mathcounts competition in Grand Junction at Holy Family Catholic School on Feb. 4 The students that participated were Abbigail Moon, Carter Strate, Colby Clatterbaugh, Ryan […]