MHS girls’ basketball 2014

The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team ended its season on a winning note with a 62-56 victory against Peyton in the consolation championship of the 2014 2A Colorado State Basketball Championships held in Pueblo.

2014 2A consolation champions

The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team ended its season on a winning note with a 62-56 victory against Peyton in the consolation championship of the 2014 2A Colorado State Basketball Championships in Pueblo. The lady Cowboys finished with an impressive 23-3 record. Pictured with the third place trophy are, in front: Piper Haney, Sydney Hughes, Taylor Neilson, Aly Ridings, Deena Norell and Megan Parker. In back: assistant coach Karen Dinwiddie, Taylor Morris, Reece Pertile, head coach Greg Chintala, Jenna Walsh, Alex Duell, Jamie McLaughlin and assistant coach Julie Bowman.

MEEKER I The seniors on the Meeker girls’ basketball team ended their high school basketball careers with a win Saturday, finishing in third place in the 2014 Colorado State Basketball Championships.

Meeker girls advance to ‘Elite Eight’ in Pueblo

The Meeker girls’ basketball team dominated the Nucla Mustangs in the semifinals and then beat league foe Soroco in the regional championship game to advance to the “Big Dance” in Pueblo. Representing Meeker in the girls’ 2A bracket of the 2014 Colorado State Basketball Championships are in front: Taylor Morris, Sydney Hughes, Taylor Neilson, Deena Norell, Aly Ridings, Piper Haney and Megan Parker. In back: assistant coaches Julie Bowman and Karen Dinwiddie, Jamie McLaughlin, Anna Walsh, Reece Petile, Alex Duell and Shelby Burke, with head coach Greg Chintala behind Duell.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team has earned a trip to the 2014 2A Colorado State Basketball Championships by winning the 2A regional tournament in Grand Junction last weekend.

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.

Lady Cowboys win 2A district championships

The Meeker girls’ basketball team won the district championship and will take a 20-2 record and the No. 1 seed into the state-qualifying regional tournament in Palisade, starting Friday, when they play Nucla at 3 p.m. Pictured with the district championship team plaque are, in front: Sydney Hughes, Piper Haney, Aly Ridings, Taylor Neilson, Deena Norell and Megan Parker. In back: head coach Greg Chintala, Taylor Morris, Reece Pertile, Anna Walsh, Alex Duell, assistant coach Julie Bowman, Jamie McLaughlin and assistant coach Karen Dinwiddie.

MEEKER I The Meeker girls are district champions! The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team scored an impressive 117 points in two games and held two teams to a combined 84 points to win the team title in Oak Creek.

Lady Cowboys win league championship

The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team, pictured here playing against the lady Panthers in Rangely, have used a high pressure defense to create a fast-running offense, which won them the Northwest League championship. Meeker defeated Rangely 41-18 on Tuesday in the final game of the regular season and will have a first round bye in the District Tournament, which will be played Feb. 28 and March first in Oak Creek.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team is league champion after winning two exciting conference games last weekend and giving them a first round bye in the district tournament. That also assures them a spot in the regional tournament.

Lady Cowboys play for conference championship

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team won another league game Friday night, not only securing a home game for district tournament, but they will be playing for a bye in the first round. Meeker will play Paonia this week, a team they have beaten in Paonia earlier in the season. The game […]

Lady Cowboys remain unbeaten in league play

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team continued their unbeaten league play as they defeated Soroco by 29 points and Hayden by 45 points over the weekend.

Meeker girls easily win two more; record at 11-1

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team came away with two more wins last week, to which coach Greg Chintala said, “We played very well both offensively and defensively” against the 3A Battle Mountain Huskies that came to town Tuesday evening.

Lady Cowboys continue winning streak

RBC I The Meeker girls’ basketball continued their unbeaten 2014 streak with three more wins last week. The lady Cowboys not only won but they scored more than 60 points in each game and outscored their opponents by more than 20 points in the three games.

Lady Cowboys start 2014 basketball with a bang

Rio Blanco County seniors Taylor Neilson of Meeker and Tessa Slagle of Rangely prepare for a rebound during a game Tuesday in Meeker.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ basketball team started the new year and regular season off with a bang, winning three big games and beating the always-tough Paonia Eagles in Paonia to finish off their weekend, which began Thursday night against Plateau Valley.

Lady Cowboys defend WREA Shootout title

Nucla’s Shalyn Steffan, Soroco’s Briana Peterson and Shiloh Rozell, along with Meeker’s Hughes, Neilson and Ridings were all named to the All-Tournament team. Neilson was named the MVP and Ridings won the three-point contest.

MEEKER I Meeker High School’s girls’ basketball team kicked off their season with a bang, winning the WREA Cowboy Shootout by defeating Little Snake River, Soroco and Nucla over the weekend.