New CNCC women’s basketball coach named

Aundrea McCormick

RANGELY I Aundrea McCormick begins her first season as the head women’s basketball coach at Colorado Northwestern Community College.

Showdown not slowed down by rain

It was a beautiful spring evening on Friday in Rangely as the American flag was carried past the bucking chutes at Columbine Park for the first of two performances of the inaugural Spartan Showdown Rodeo. The rodeo drew competitors from nine colleges for the first rodeo held in Rangely in several years.

— CNCC Spartan bull riders earn top honors at inaugural event — RANGELY I Rainy spring weather didn’t keep Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) bull riders from earning top honors at the inaugural Spartan Showdown Rodeo over the weekend.

Lady Spartans tie best record in two decades

RANGELY I If you ask Colorado Northwestern Community College women’s basketball coach Antowin Edwards, beating the Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) Bruins on their own court was arguably the biggest win in the history of the women’s basketball program.

CNCC basketball teams end strong

CNCC sophomore guard Thomas Powers, this year’s second highest scorer in the Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC), drives to the basket against Salt Lake Community College defenders. Despite losing several players early in the season, the Spartans played competitively at the SWAC Region 18 tournament Feb. 28, 
losing narrowly to Snow College.

RANGELY I Despite a season beset by loss and injury, the Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) men’s basketball team finished the season strong at the Scenic West Athletic Conference (SWAC) tournament in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, last month.

CNCC rodeo fields first complete team

Dax Hadlock pictured riding a bronc at rough stock practice.

RANGELY I After more than a year of preparation and another year operating at half-strength, Colorado Northwestern Community College rodeo will field a complete team at this year’s National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) competitions.

New baseball coach, players working hard

RANGELY — It may be January, but baseball season is almost here. The sounds of the season can be heard already at the Early Education Center gym, where the Colorado Northwestern Community College team takes daily batting practice.