MEEKER I The Meeker High School Track and Field team competed at the new and improved Stoker Stadium in Grand Junction last Thursday and Friday at the Western Slope League Meet. Warm weather and stiff competition in the girl’s field led to numerous new league records.
The Husky Invitational at Battle Mountain High School in Edwards, Colo., resulted in another impressive team finish for the Cowboys track and field team.
MEEKER I Chilly temperatures and strong winds at the Clint Wells Invitational at Moffat County High School Friday, April 27 did not stop the Meeker High School track and field team from having a solid day against most of the big schools from Northwestern Colorado.
MEEKER I Two meets in two days ended up being no small task for the Meeker Cowboy runners, jumpers and throwers. Friday night the team traveled to Coal Ridge High School in New Castle and Saturday they competed in the Demon Invitational in Glenwood Springs. Both days the team was short-handed, due to many team […]
MEEKER I On Saturday April 7, the Meeker High School track and field team returned to competition for the first time after spring break. While some teammates showed a little rust, others were able start where they left off. Once again, the scoring of Toby Casias led the boys’ team.
MEEKER I Most of the Meeker High School track and field team started their spring break just a little later than the rest of the school, but their sacrifice was well worth it. Members from both the boys’ and girls’ teams had career days.
RBC I The Meeker High School Track and Field team traveled to Delta for their first meet of the season. All involved were excited to start the season.
Meeker High School track coach John Strate was pleased to announce senior Toby Casias has signed a letter of intent to run track for Strate’s alma mater, Western State College in Gunnison.
More than 35 Meeker High School boys and girls listen to head track coach John Strate Monday last (far left), before running down to Market Street and back.
The Cowboy track and field team will send seven boys and three girls to compete in the 2011 Colorado State Track and Field State Championships, starting today in JeffCo Stadium in Denver.
This year, in order to qualify for the Colorado State Track and Field Championships, an athlete must post a time or distance in the top 18 in the state as there is no longer a regional meet where the top three times/distances qualify.