Meeker junior varsity quarterback Logan Hughes prepares his release as teammate Doak Mantle (32) provides protection in a recent JV game at Starbuck Stadium.
MEEKER I After a 50-8 defeat of the Leadville Panthers, the Meeker Cowboy football team remains undefeated in five games. However, they will put it on the line Friday in Starbuck Stadium as they host the defending state champion Paonia Eagles.
MEEKER I The Cowboy football team remains undefeated (5-0) after pounding the Holyoke Dragons by a 50-7 score on a neutral field in Denver on Saturday. With the win, Meeker moved up in the Maxpreps rankings to No. 3 in the state.
MEEKER I The Meeker Cowboys football team has a bye this week after boosting their record to 3-0 with a crushing 52-6 defeat of the Coal Ridge Titans in New Castle on Friday.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School Cowboys opened the football season by defeating the Rye Thunderbolts, 26-14, on Saturday afternoon. Meeker’s defense was solid, shutting out the Thunderbolts for three quarters. Its offense exploded early, scoring all their points in the first half. Meeker will host the 2A Roaring Fork Rams in Starbuck Stadium on […]
Meeker High School football players Willis Begaye, J.C. Henderson, Jake Phelan, T.J. Shelton, Joe Newman, Tristin Pelloni and Raul Lopez were recently honored by Northwest League coaches. Henderson, Phelan and Shelton were named to the All-Conference first team and the others were honorably mentioned for their play.
MEEKER I An injured Meeker football team lost their final game of the season in Starbuck Stadium on Friday to the Hotchkiss Bulldogs 28-0, finishing the season with a 5-4 record.
MEEKER I The Meeker High School football team lost its third game of the season, 28-0, in Carbondale on Friday. But, more importantly, the team lost players to injury and will now play its final game of the season without several key starters. “We got bit by the injury bug,” Cowboys head coach Shane Phelan […]
MEEKER I Down 24 points to the defending state champion Cedaredge Bruins at one point in the first half of their homecoming game, the Meeker High School Cowboys pulled within one (at 31-30) late in the fourth quarter. However, the home team would not be victorious.