Rangely 8-10 Champs…

Rangely Rec League Baseball…

Meeker II

The Meeker II 11-12 baseball team played on its home field in Paintbrush Park and beat a team from Rangely 13-8.

Baseball season…

Rangely’s 11-12 year-old baseball team traveled to play a recreational league game against one of Meeker’s teams and although they mounted a comeback, time ran out with the Panthers behind 13-8.


The Meeker Beavers 8-10 baseball team ended their season as the Colorado River Valley Little League champions after winning the league tournament held in Rifle Friday and Saturday.

Rangely baseball teams thriving

RANGELY I The Rangely High School baseball team hosted the fifth annual Rangely Invitational Tournament last weekend and did very well.

Baseball tourney in Rangely today

RANGELY I The Rangely High School summer baseball team will host the fifth annual Rangely Invitational this weekend with the Panthers taking the field Friday at 9 a.m. And 6 p.m.

Meeker II wins

Meeker II won the 8-10 Recreation League championship last week after four wins in Craig. Playing on the 2012 championship team were in (front) Branden Steinacher and John Hampton Hightower. (Middle) Liam Deming, Colton Wille, Zach Eskelson, Estevan Earreno, Elijah Deming and Tanner Ridgeway. (Back) Zagar Brown, Carter Strate and coaches Jason Hightower and Brett […]

Meeker baseball teams win titles­, 11-12 undefeated

MEEKER I Two Meeker youth baseball teams won their age brackets in the season-ending recreation league tournaments last week and one of Meeker’s two 11-12-year-old teams capped off an undefeated season with a championship on their home field. Meeker’s I and II 8-10 teams played in Craig and Meeker II returned with a team title.

11-12 baseball …

Meeker’s 11-12 year-old team is currently 8-0 and in the championship side of the bracket of the double-elimination league tournament, being played on their hometown field.

8-10 baseball …

The 2012 Rangely 8, 9 and 10 year olds baseball team entered the league tournament undefeated at 7-0 and the No. 1 seed but lost in the first round to Hayden.

Rangely team finishes 3rd

RANGELY I “We had a pretty good weekend,” said Paul Fortunato, coach of the Rangely 15-18 baseball team team, about his team’s performance in the Green River tournament held last weekend in Wyoming. The Rangely team won three of five games and finished third in a field of 10 teams.