Meeker to finish regular v-ball season on the road

MEEKER I The Meeker High School volleyball team showed great teamwork and perseverance coming back from an emotional loss to Paonia for homecoming on Friday night to beat a scrappy South Routt County (Soroco) team on Saturday.

Lady Cowboys remain undefeated in league matches

Meeker senior Aly Ridings spikes a ball over Plateau Valley defenders, with teammates Sydney Hughes, Piper Haney, Reagan Pearce and Taylor Neilson backing her up in a league match which the lady Cowboys won in three games. Meeker will host Paonia on Friday and Soroco on Saturday.

MEEKER I The 2013 volleyball season is in full swing and every match counts. Coach Christy Atwood said, “Getting wins and capitalizing on the game plans we have been working on are going to be critical.”

MHS volleyball team wins two league matches

MEEKER I The Meeker volleyball team extended its winning streak with two convincing wins over league opponents.

MHS ladies win 2 matches

The Meeker volleyball team is led by its three seniors, Taylor Neilson (right), Piper Haney (middle), and Aly Ridings (left), helping the team win two matches over the weekend.

MEEKER I The Meeker Volleyball Team began its regular season with two solid victories over league opponents.

Lady Cowboys open in Glenwood Springs

MEEKER I The Meeker High School girls’ volleyball team traveled to Glenwood Springs on Friday and Saturday for four matches. The girls found the competition very intense and played several extremely close games.

MHS volleyball begins with scrimmage; team out to contend

MEEKER I The Meeker High School volleyball team began its season Saturday with a multiple-team scrimmage. Craig, Steamboat Springs and Rifle brought their varsity, junior varsity, and C teams to town for a full day of volleyball.

RBC high school golf starts today

Calvin Shepherd, who will be a senior at Meeker High School, will play golf on Rangely’s high school team for a second year. Shepherd and his teammates opened the season today at Battlement Mesa.

RBC I The 2013-14 school year has not started yet, but high school golfers in Rio Blanco County started practice Monday and play in their first tournament today in Battlement Mesa. Practice for football, volleyball and cross county officially starts Monday.

Chintala, Thacker play

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RBC I Two senior volleyball players from Rio Blanco County, one from Meeker and one from Rangely, represented their teams and the Western Slope League last Sunday in Arvada, playing in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) all-state volleyball match.

Rio Blanco County All-Conference Honors

Rangely High School volleyball team all-conference players.

courtesy photos The lady Panthers volleyball team held its annual end of season banquet Monday and several players were honored by the Western Slope League and the team. Seniors Quincey Thacker and Brittany Babineaux were both named to the all-conference first team and

Chintala, Thacker selected to play at all-state volleyball match

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RBC I Rio Blanco County seniors Kaysyn Chintala and Quincey Thacker have been chosen to participate in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) All-State Volleyball games, which will take place on Sunday, Nov. 18, at Arvada West High School in Arvada, Colo.

MHS volleyball falls to Telluride in final match

Meeker volleyball players Taylor Neilson, Piper Haney Aly Ridings (2), Kaysyn Chintala (1) and Jordan Brown celebrate after scoring in the regional tournament held last Saturday in Telluride. Although the lady Cowboys did not advance to the state tournament, the team had plenty to celebrate, finishing the league as the No. 4 seed, beating the league champions in the district tournament and finishing second in the region.

MEEKER I The Meeker girls’ volleyball team fought to the absolute end for their season, pushing the final match to five games before falling 12-15.

MHS ready for regionals

The Meeker volleyball team celebrated after beating No. 1 seed Paonia in the district tournament. Meeker finished second and will play in the regional tournament this Saturday in Telluride.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School volleyball team is on its way to regionals after an outstanding performance at the district tournament last Friday and Saturday. The lady Cowboys went in as the No. 4 seed but had high expectations. Coach Atwood said, “We knew we were going to have to play well to advance.”