RBC girls open season in Cowboy Shootout in Meeker

The Lady Panthers, led by seniors Aimee Hogan, Chelsea Ficken and Tessa Slagle will play Grand Valley in the first round of the annual three-day event. Meeker and Rangely played in last year’s championship game.

RBC I The girls’ basketball teams from Meeker and Rangely high schools will open their seasons tonight in Meeker, in the first round of the 2013 White River Electric Cowboy Shootout. The Lady Panthers of Rangely will play Grand Valley’s JV team at 4:30 p.m. and the host team will play Little Snake River at […]

Ladies have great hopes this season

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girl’s basketball team is taking the court this year with great expectations and a great deal of experience returning from a team that played in last year’s regional championship game.

Lady Cowboys split matches

MEEKER I “Our goal going into the weekend was to have our level of play where we wanted it, not let our opponents dictate the pace,” Meeker High School volleyball coach Christy Atwood said. She was pleased with the way her team did just that, dominating Plateau Valley at home Friday night in three straight […]

All-conference…

Meeker High School seniors Kaysyn Chintala, Anna George, Tristan Nielsen (manager), Nicole Hilkey, Bailey Atwood, Kacey Collins, Amanda Kendall and Katie Dinwiddie were honored for their leadership at the recent basketball banquet.

RBC ladies chosen for all-state games

RBC I Two Rio Blanco County basketball players were selected to play in the annual Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports all-state game this Sunday at Arvada West High School. Rio Blanco County seniors Quincey Thacker of Rangely and Meeker’s Kaysyn Chintala were both four-year varsity players for their schools and both will play on the […]

Lady Cowboys’ ride ends at regionals in Grd. Jct.

The Meeker girls basketball team ended its season as district champions and regional runner-ups. Pictured before leaving for the regional tournament are (back) manager Tristan Nielsen, Kaysyn Chintala, manager Leah Pool, Amanda Kendall, Kacey Collins, Sydney Hughes, Bailey Atwood, Piper Haney and Katie Dinwiddie. (Front) Shelby Burke, Megan Parker, Aly Ridings, Deena Norell, Taylor Neilson and Jamie McLaughlin. The Lady Cowboys finished with a 21-3 record.

MEEKER I The Meeker girls’ basketball team earned a spot in the “sweet sixteen” with a big win over Dolores Friday, March 8, at Central High School in Grand Junction, but they couldn’t pull off a second win over Simla on Saturday to clench a spot in the “elite eight” of the state tournament.

Sportsmanship …

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Based on outstanding sportsmanship, leadership and character on and off the court, the Yampa Valley Basketball Officials Association, represented by Rick Murr, John Whinery and Ryan Duran, presented Meeker senior Kaysyn Chintala with the 2012-2013 sportsmanship award after the final regular season game.

Lady Cowboys are district champs

The Meeker girls’ basketball team won the District 5 championship last Saturday in Paonia, after defeating the host team 
61-58 and will host the Region 5 tournament this weekend at Grand Junction Central High School. Playing on Meeker’s first girls’ district championship team are (front) Megan Parker, Taylor Neilson, Aly Ridings and Deena Norell, (back) Katie Dinwiddie, Jamie McLaughlin, Sydney Hughes, Bailey Atwood, head coach Greg Chintala, Kacey Collins, Piper Haney, 
Amanda Kendall, assistant coaches Mike and Karen Dinwiddie and Kaysyn Chintala.

MEEKER I After two outstanding victories during the weekend, the Meeker girls’ basketball team roped the championship title at the District Five tournament in Paonia. It has been 17 years since a Meeker girls’ basketball team has won the district championship.

Ladies secure 2nd place in league, seniors say farewell

MEEKER I Meeker opened up their final regular season game against Rangely on Friday, Feb. 22, starting the five senior varsity players. Bailey Atwood, Kaysyn Chintala, Kacey Collins, Katie Dinwiddie and Amanda Kendall also closed the Cowboy win that earned the team a second place spot in the league. Head coach Greg Chintala noted that […]

Lady Cowboys win one, lose one, prepare for RHS

MEEKER I A win over Hotchkiss and a loss to Paonia over the weekend lands the lady Cowboys the No. 2 spot in the league as they head into the final weekend of regular season play.

Another win for the Lady Cowboys, record now 15-1

Results from the lady Cowboys playing like their team slogan: “Together we attack!”

MEEKER I Meeker girls’ basketball earned another win for their season Feb. 8 when they met up with the Vail Christian Saints. In the first play of the game, post Kacey Collins nailed a jump shot to start the scoring for the lady Cowboys.

Lady Cowboys take out Rams

Meeker sophomore Megan Parker earned some varsity minutes against Hayden and assisted on several baskets with effective bounce passes.

MEEKER I Extending their record to 14-1, the number eight ranked Meeker Cowboys girls’ basketball team soundly defeated Grand Junction JV, Soroco and Hayden this past week.