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.
Baseball teams in the 11-12 Recreation League from Meeker, Rangely, Craig and Baggs, Wyo., will start their tournament in Meeker tonight with Rangely playing Baggs and both Meeker teams playing against each other starting at 7:30 at Paintbrush Park. The tournament for Meeker and Rangely 8-10 teams will be played in Craig starting tonight at […]
Kacey Denny (23), prepares to lay down a bunt in a game against Steamboat Springs last Saturday in Rangely and Lucas Heinle (15) swings at another pitch in a summer league game, which Rangely won. Rangely baseball coach Paul Fortunato, who is also the head high school football coach said his team will play in […]
Meeker has two 8-10 year old baseball teams and they are evenly matched, as two extra innings were needed to determine a winner in a game between the two last week before they joined for a group photo.
RANGELY I Rio Blanco County fielded two teams for the Rio Blanco American Legion’s fourth annual Rangely Invitational tournament and one of the teams made the final four.
Rio Blanco County’s 11-12-year-old baseball teams have started their season-ending tournament with games in Meeker and Hayden.
RBC I Seven 8-10-year-old baseball teams, including three from Rio Blanco County, played in a tournament last weekend, sponsored by the ERBM Recreation and Parks District.
RBC I Tori Lasker, 10, and Chris Scherbarth, 9, represented Meeker very well Saturday, June 11 at the Colorado Rockies Pitch, Hit and Run Team Championship. Tori placed second overall in the 9-10 girls’ division. Chris placed first overall in the 9-10 boys’ division.
The Meeker baseball team played its final home game on the road last week. Because of the weather, Meeker’s baseball diamond was never dry enough to play on this season, so the Cowboys had to play their scheduled home games against Paonia in Rifle and their final home game against the Panthers in Rangely.
Rio Blanco County’s high school baseball teams met in Rangely yesterday after press time for a doubleheader, which are the final games of the regular season for Meeker and will have district playoff implications for both teams.
Meeker senior Victor Villalpando winds up for a pitch during a game in Denver earlier in the season.