MEEKER I The Lady Cowboy volleyball team will open the varsity season in Glenwood Springs this weekend. “We play up in Glenwood, there are mostly 3-4 and 5A schools,” coach Christy Atwood said of the upcoming competition for her 2A varsity team. “We’ll use it as a measuring stick to see where we are competing.”
MEEKER I Returning as the Northwest League and district champions and losing several players to graduation will make it tough for the Meeker High School volleyball team to defend its titles this season, but head coach Christy Atwood is looking forward to the challenge.
MEEKER — The first annual Cowgirls “White Out” helped put the next notch in the belt. The tactic was to get more of our community to the gym, give them a taste of Cowgirl Volleyball and entice them to come back for more.
MEEKER — The Cowgirls traveled to West Grand and Hayden this past weekend, and the team played two of the smartest games of its season.
MEEKER — On Oct. 3, the Cowboy volleyball and football teams will be playing the Paonia Eagles.
MEEKER — The Cowgirls played with more consistency this weekend. Friday night the team faced Plateau Valley and the girls were mentally ready for their opponent. Team members have been working hard on this aspect of their game to help mold it all together.
MEEKER — It has been a very wavy road to start the volleyball season. The team scheduled six matches with schools bigger than Meeker, with the exception of Nucla, for its pre-season jump.
MEEKER — “We hung in there,” Meeker High School volleyball coach Christy Atwood said of her team’s play in the season opening tournament in Glenwood Springs. Meeker lost three matches to larger schools but did beat the other 2A school they played.