MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team played very well last week, winning games against Battle Mountain, DeBeque and Plateau Valley.
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.
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.
MEEKER I “I was very proud of these young men,” head coach Klark Kindler said of his team this year. The Cowboys traveled to Mullen High School Friday night to play a very “big” Haxtun team. Their season came to an end, but not before advancing to the regional tournament and finishing an impressive second […]
MEEKER I Klark Kindler was recognized prior to the boys’ game Friday night for 199 wins, 15 years of coaching, a third and fifth place finish at the state tournament, and the influence he has had on countless student athletes in his career. Friday’s game did not impact league standing but did conclude the regular […]
MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team secured a top four position and home court advantage for the first round of the district tournament. They had two tough games last weekend against Paonia and Hotchkiss who were tied for fifth and sixth, just one game behind the three-way tie among Meeker, Rangely and […]
MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team has two big games coming up. Finding a way to win both would be crucial to their standings going into the district tournament in two weeks.
MEEKER I The Meeker Cowboys were on the road Friday night to play Soroco. The environment tends to be loud and can make for a tough start. However, the Meeker team was prepared and came out strong. They built a big lead by halftime and took the Ram’s crowd out of the game.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team overcame difficult circumstances after last Tuesday’s game in Rangely to win their first two league games over the weekend. Head coach Klark Kindler suffered a heart attack after the game in Rangely, but he is recovering and staying involved with the team.