“The girls played great at regionals,” Meeker High School softball coach Briana Williams said of her team, which qualified for the regional tournament in its inaugural season. Meeker played the state’s No. 6 seed, the Brush Beetdiggers, and lost 17-10 to finish third after a loss to host Cedaredge. Williams said Brush took a 7-0 lead after the first inning and her team “rallied back in the sixth to lead the game 10-7” before the Beetdiggers brought their bats back to life in the last inning. Pictured after the team’s first-ever regional tournament are in back: Abbey Morgan, Kenzie Turner, Jasmine Patterson, Savana May, Charisma Delgado, Megan Shelton, Sidney Shaffer, Emily Hendershot, Sierra Williams, Julia Christensen, Bailey Bond and Tori Lasker. In front are: Mackenzie Marshall, Gracie Bradfield, Sheyenne Cromer, (kneeling) Katelyn Ibarra and Mikayla Cardile. Not pictured is Taylor Dodds.
MEEKER I The Lady Cowboys softball team traveled to Rifle Thursday, Sept. 11, and swept the Bears with 10-1, 11-6 victories. They were led by pitchers Christina Pryce of Steamboat Springs and Maria Gonzalez of […]
RBC I The Rangely High School golf team already has two tournaments under its belt and the rest of the athletes from Rio Blanco County will see live action this week, starting today.
Dear Editor: On Aug. 11, Meeker High School welcomed 17 young ladies to the first practice of the Lady Cowboys’ softball team. The young women arrived with anxiety and excitement at the opportunity to help […]