Sixteen teams played for the charity of their choice in the Hoops for Charity 3 on 3 basketball tournament last Friday, sponsored by the ERBM Recreation and Park District. Five local teams won their divisions. The Angry Birds (top left) consisting of Lane Anderson, Braydin Garcia and Brady Potez, played for the Giving Tree and won the third- and fourth-grade division. (Top right) Eli Hanks, Pake Burke and Stephan Walsh won the fifth- and sixth-grade division as Team Walsh, playing for 4-H. Team Bernard consisting of Nick Burri, Logan Hughes, Sam Nieslanik and Ty Dunham won their division playing for the Meeker Streaker. Jace and Reagan Mobley, Jada Turner and Cade Blunt did not play but enjoyed each others company while the tournament was being played. Meeker’s team Tebow (Dylan Mobley, Nate Walsh, Jeremy Musgrave and Ben Fitzgibbons and Team Ridings (Taylor Neilson, Piper Haney, Aly Ridings, Sydney Hughes and Deena Norell) each won their divisions and three teams from Craig won the others.
RBC I Rio Blanco County entities received $59,851 in Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Conservation Trust Fund (CTF) payments in 2001.
MEEKER I Nineteen teams endured the heat on Saturday to play in the annual Main Street Madness 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament, in which six teams won championships in three different age divisions.
MEEKER I Former Rangely High School graduate William Scoggins added a little time but also added another title, making him the annual Run For Your Life 5K champion for a third year in a row.