MEEKER | Despite last weekend’s wet and cold conditions, the third- and fourth-grade Meeker Mustangs outplayed Rifle, winning 19-6. Doak Mantle scored three touchdowns and an extra point for the Mustangs. Trapper Merrifield filled in at center with only two practices after Noah Mayerle was injured and unable to play. Despite the conditions, quarterback Wyatt Pfau managed to handle the ball. Defensively for Meeker, James Amick recovered a fumble and Tannen Kennedy, Chris Scherbarth and Garrett Frantz shut down Rifle’s offense. The fifth- and sixth-grade Mustangs had a bye. Next week, the third- and fourth-graders will have a bye.
As an EMT and a citizen of Meeker, I would like to send a special “thank you” to Mike Washburn for all the times he goes above and beyond the call of duty. When Mike […]
MEEKER I In Tuesday’s polling-place election, some new candidates were voted in, as well as some familiar ones. Two newcomers, Kris Arcolesse and Zach Clatterbaugh, were elected to the board of directors of the Eastern […]
Dear Editor: Meeker Volunteer Fire and Rescue participated in the annual Fire Prevention Week by going to the schools to give a short program to kids from preschool through fifth grade. The fifth grade classes […]