MHS boys’ basketball 2014

The Meeker boys’ varsity basketball team was led by seniors Dylan Mobley and Jeremy Musgrave to a regional championship and was one of the state Class 2A “Elite Eight” teams, playing in the 2014 Colorado State Basketball Championships.

MHS Cowboys end season as an “Elite Eight” team

The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team ended its season as a member of the “Elite Eight,” qualifying for the 2014 2A Colorado State Basketball Championships in Pueblo. The Cowboys will return several players, all of whom played and got state experience, hopeful for a return trip to the “Big Dance” next year. Pictured are; assistant coach Matt Dupire, Kash Atwood, Matt Frantz, Jeremy Musgrave, Ty Dunham, Dylan Mobley, Joe Newman, Tony Collins, Cade Rowlett, Jake Smith, Raul Lopez, Lane Anderson, Tommy Chitwood and head coach Klark Kindler.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team played two very tough games in the 2014 Colorado 2A Basketball Championships in Pueblo over the weekend, finishing their season as one of the top eight 2A teams in the state.

Meeker boys win regional championship

The Meeker boys’ basketball team was determined to win the regional tournament in Palisade and become one of the “Elite Eight” to play in the 2014 Colorado State Basketball Championships in Pueblo, tipping off today against Akron. Pictured with the championship plaque in front are: manager Madison Kindler, Raul Lopez, Jeremy Musgrave, Dylan Mobley, Cade Rowlett and Matt Frantz. In back: head coach Klark Kindler, Clay Anderson, Tommy Chitwood, Jake Smith, Kash Atwood, Ty Dunham, Joe Newman, Tony Collins and assistant coach Matt Dupire.

MEEKER I In a game filled with excitement, suspense and incredible individual and team performances, the Meeker High School boys’ basketball team won the 2A Regional Championship in a double overtime thriller against the Paonia Eagles.

MHS cagers head to state…

State parade

The Meeker police and fire departments escorted the Meeker High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams down Main Street at 9:45 a.m. on Wednesday as they began the long trip to the Class 2A State Basketball Championships in Pueblo.

Cowboys finish second at districts

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team is heading to the regional tournament after a big win Friday night in the semi-finals of the district tournament in Oak Creek.

Cowboys step up and get wins — Prepare for District Tournament in Oak Creek

MEEKER I The Meeker Cowboys “really stepped up this weekend,” head coach Klark Kindler said of his team.

Cowboys control own destiny: Next three games determine league championship

Meeker’s big men, Joe Newman (33) and Ty Dunham (32), pictured here playing defense against Hayden, helped their team to a victory in Vail against the Vail Christian Saints. The final three games of the regular season will determine the league champion.

By hallie blunt Special to the Herald Times Next three games determine league championship MEEKER I The Meeker boys’ basketball team secured a home game for the first round of district tournament with a big win Friday night against the Vail Christian Saints. The Cowboys will compete for the Northwest League championship.

Cowboys ranked No. 9

aul Lopez goes up for two of his 10 points against the Rams.

MEEKER I A new year’s winning streak and another decisive conference win has put the Meeker High School boys’ basketball team in the rankings this week. Colorado Preps put the Cowboys at No. 9, adding the remark that “The red hot Meeker Cowboys have won five straight.”

Meeker Cowboys win three more games

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team played very well last week, winning games against Battle Mountain, DeBeque and Plateau Valley.

MHS boys earn three wins

Meeker senior Dylan Mobley (15) looks on as fellow senior Jeremy Musgrave (12) takes a free throw.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team finished the week with three big wins. The Cowboys began their streak Tuesday night against Rangely, beating the Panthers 65-52 behind a balanced scoring attack led by senior Jeremy Musgrave with 20 points.

Cowboys exciting on the court

MEEKER I The challenge of a high school basketball game is the ability to put together 32 minutes of good basketball. The Meeker boys’ basketball team is doing just that this season as they have proved time and time again they can play with good teams.

Cowboys finish second at WREA Cowboy Shootout

MEEKER I The Meeker Cowboys finished their big week of basketball Saturday evening, having played four games in five days and winning three of them. They finished second in the WREA Cowboy Shootout and had Jeremy Musgrave and Raul Lopez named to the All-Tournament team.