In addition to the Meeker High School softball team itself, the big winners at Thursday night’s inaugural MHS Softball Banquet, held at the high school, were, from left, Sheyenne Cromer, the Cowboy Pride Award winner, given to the individual who best represents what an athlete should be off and on the field; Megan Shelton, Defensive Player of the Year; and Sierra Williams, Offensive Player of the Year. Cromer is a senior from Craig. Shelton, a freshman, ranked third in the nation in catching statistics. Williams, a sophomore, ranked fifth in the nation for stolen bases and first in Colorado. The team, made up of girls from Meeker, Craig, Steamboat Springs and Rangely, finished with a regular season record of 9-9 and played in the first game of the regional playoffs.
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 […]
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.