Ladies lose two matches

MEEKER  I “It was not our best weekend of the season,” Meeker’s head volleyball coach Christy Atwood said of losing efforts to Paonia and Vail Mountain.

V’ball team splits games

tracy enterline Meeker’s Bailey Atwood (9) and Aly Ridings (2) block a shot with teammate Adrienne Wix (7) playing backup. Meeker beat Rangely but lost to Vail Christian last Saturday and will travel to Paonia Friday before hosting Vail Mountain Saturday.  Photo by Tracy Enterline

MEEKER I Rangely and Vail Christian played Meeker in last Saturday’s homecoming triangular and split the matches, defeating Rangely but losing to Vail Christian.

Ladies split matches

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MEEKER I Coming off four wins in their first tournament of the season, the lady Cowboys remained undefeated before a hometown crowd last Friday but lost their first match of the season in Oak Creek last Saturday.

Girls just want to have fun

bobby gutierrez According to Meeker volleyball coach Christy Atwood, the varsity team “had a lot of fun on the court,” in their first tournament of the season in Glenwood Springs. The lady Cowboys, led this year by seniors, Kathryn Doll and Katie Morgan, atop Adrienne Wix and Aubrey Walsh, won all four of their matches and did not lose a game. Meeker will host Hayden Friday and play in Oak Creek Saturday.

MEEKER I “The girls had a lot of fun on the volleyball court and that hasn’t really been the case on our teams the last couple of years,” Meeker’s head coach Christy Atwood said.

Meeker hosts scrimmages

MEEKER I The school bells haven’t started ringing at Meeker High School yet but referee whistles were heard in both gyms last Saturday as the lady Cowboys hosted scrimmages with Grand Valley and Moffat County.

MHS volleyball team ends season in Paonia

Meeker volleyball players huddled up before last Friday’s homecoming match against Hayden.

MEEKER I The Lady Cowboy volleyball team bounced back from a homecoming loss to win the final match of the regular season last Saturday and finish as the Western Slope League’s No. 5 seed.

Lady Cowboys host Hayden for homecoming

Meeker volleyball players honored their parents before the start of Saturday’s home volleyball match and wore pink socks in recognition of breast cancer awareness month. Pictured from left: Kathryn Doll, Katie Morgan and Adrienne Wix.

MEEKER I The Meeker High School volleyball team both lost and won a league match last weekend and will end the regular season with a homecoming match against Hayden Friday, before traveling to Collbran on Saturday.

Lady Cowboys volleyball team drops pair of league matches

Meeker senior Laura Glass not only is a starter on the Lady Cowboy volleyball team but she also regularly sings the national anthem before sporting events, like she did before last Friday’s Western Slope League match against Paonia.

MEEKER I The Lady Cowboy volleyball team lost two Western Slope League matches last week and will play two more this weekend, including a home match, honoring parents and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Saturday afternoon.

Meeker girls split with league foes last week

MEEKER I For a second week in a row, the Meeker High School varsity volleyball team split matches, played against league opponents. Meeker lost to the West Grand Mustangs in Kremmling last Friday before defeating the Eagles in Paonia the following day.

Lady Cowboys push champs to five games

MEEKER I “We played much, much better,” Meeker volleyball coach Christy Atwood said of her team’s matches in Hayden last Saturday. The Lady Cowboys lost to the host team in a non-league game, before pushing the defending league champions to five games in a losing effort.

Lady Cowboys trying to find their groove

Rebecca de Vergie is one of six seniors for the Lady Cowboys.

MEEKER I The Lady Cowboy volleyball team traveled to Steamboat Springs last Friday for a non-league game and a learning experience against the larger school. “We did a lot of good things, but we are still trying to find our groove,” coach Christy Atwood said.

Meeker girls split at volleyball tourney

MEEKER I The Lady Cowboys’ volleyball team opened the season last week with tournament play and won as many matches as they lost. “It was a great start to our season,” Atwood said. The host team of the Glenwood Springs tournament beat in two games (25-21 and 25-5) in the first match of the season […]