RBC I The middle school football teams from Meeker and Rangely completed their seasons on a morning that felt like football season.
RBC | Both Barone Middle School football teams won big last week, with the A team winning 50-6 and the B team 46-0. Meanwhile, the Rangely seventh- and eighth-graders combined for a 27-6 win over Vernal, Utah.
MEEKER I The Cowboys won a game without even suiting up. And it was against a school that apparently is no longer, well, a school. Meeker called off its game last Friday against New Direction Academy of Aurora after repeated attempts to contact the online school proved unsuccessful.
RANGELY I Tim Galloway learned something about his football team. They won’t quit. Even though the Panthers lost their first three games, and they were behind Friday against Grand Junction High School’s junior varsity, they didn’t fold. “There wasn’t any panic,” said first-year coach Galloway. “The kids were like, OK, let’s get this done and [...]
RANGELY I In Saturday’s football games between the county’s two junior high schools, Meeker came out on top both times. But the home-team Rangely Panthers didn’t go down without putting up a fight, especially in the eighth-grade game. In the opener, Meeker’s B team (seventh-graders) won 24-0, while in the
MEEKER — The Meeker High School football team officially concluded its 2008 season with at the annual banquet hosted by the parents. Approximately 100 people attended.
RBC — The Rio Blanco county championship is annually one of the best games of the year for both Meeker and Rangely. This year the Meeker Cowboys scored seven touchdowns and two two-point conversions while holding the host Panthers to just seven points to win the game 46-7.