MEEKER I The Cowboy wrestling team ended the regular season with a four-dual winning streak, all in front of their hometown fans, the week before the state-qualifying regional tournament.
MEEKER I The Cowboy wrestling team competed in the Grand Junction Tiger JV tournament with Meeker and Rangely as the only small schools in the field of Grand Valley JV teams, including the two Grand Junction teams, Palisade, Fruita, Delta, Olathe and Montrose.
MEEKER I Last week the Meeker Cowboy wrestling team traveled to Paonia for a dual meet Friday and the Screamin’ Eagle tournament Saturday last.
MEEKER I “It was a good week for Hardy,” Meeker wrestling coach J.C. Watt said of senior Justin Hardy who won the 170-pound bracket last Saturday in Kremmling. Hayden won the team title, which featured 13 teams.
MEEKER I The Cowboy wrestling team returned from Hotchkiss last Saturday with two champions under the leadership of new head coach J.C. Watt. Meeker will wrestle in another tournament this weekend in Oak Creek.
Joe LeBlanc, a Meeker High School graduate and currently a senior at the University of Wyoming, has begun his quest
MEEKER I The Meeker wrestling team has a new head coach and last week he took eight of his wrestlers to Paonia for a team tournament.
MEEKER I Freshman J.C. Henderson and sophomore JR Crawford will be the only Cowboys to wrestle in the 2011 Colorado State Wrestling Championships, which start today in the Pepsi Center in Denver. Eight Cowboys competed in the regional tourney and although six placed in the top six, only two finished in the qualifying top four.