MEEKER — Coley Turner decided he’s ready to move outdoors. Turner, Meeker High School’s activities director and physical education teacher, submitted his resignation at a school board meeting March 3.
MEEKER — Fourteen wrestlers are out for the Barone Middle School team and several opened the season last Saturday in Craig. “We have a few experienced wrestlers and some that have never seen a meet before,” BMS head coach Adam Hoatson said. The young Meeker Cowboys defeated Steamboat Springs to
MEEKER — For the first time in several years, Meeker High School was the site of the district basketball tournament, where four girls’ and four boys’ teams played for a district title and seeds in the upcoming regional tournaments, which all eight teams will advance to.
MEEKER — For the second time in three years, the Meeker High School boys’ basketball team has won the District 5 tournament.
County Assessor Renae Neilson knows her numbers. Speaking at an meeting last month of Rio Blanco County Democrats, Neilson, who, by the way, is a Republican, recited figures mostly off the top of her head, with very few notes.
MEEKER — The Cowboys started the district basketball tournament in convincing style last Saturday with a lopsided 88-35 victory over the West Grand Mustangs in Meeker for the first round of the playoffs.
MEEKER — Rangely’s girls’ basketball team will play Paonia at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the 2A District 5 tournament at Meeker High School.
MEEKER — “It was pretty sad,” Meeker High School wrestling coach Joe Gutierrez said of the 2009 Colorado State Wrestling Championships. Two senior Cowboys qualified for the big show but only one match was won between the two.
MEEKER — The Meeker girls’ basketball team ended the season for the Lady Cowboys from Plateau Valley last Saturday in the first round of the district tournament and will now host the final four teams this Friday and Saturday.
MEEKER — The Cowboys concluded the regular season last Saturday with only one blemish on its record.
MEEKER — Six of eight varsity wrestlers placed in the top six at the regional tournament but only Cowboy seniors Jared Doll and Matt Moody qualified for the 2009 Colorado State Wrestling Championships, also know as the “big show,” which features all classifications. The big show is held at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver […]