22 young basketball players from Rangely hone their skills in Vernal

Twenty-two elementary school children from Rangely help make up three teams to compete in the Uintah Recreation District’s basketball league this fall. Coach Kyle Wren said that understanding the game and the importance of teamwork early on will benefit kids’ athletic futures and life skills.

RANGELY I Children shift from foot to foot, waiting their turn. Arranged in a meandering formation behind the free throw line, they watch closely as a small girl makes a basket just before the next player in line shoots a perfect free throw.

Panthers finish third in NW league

Photo by Tracy Enterline: Rangely senior Kacey Denny goes up for a shot against Vail Mountain School, Tuesday. The Panthers won 75-42 and will play the Paonia Eagles Friday in the semifinals of the District 5 tournament in Hayden.

RANGELY I With a win over Meeker (70-58) last Friday and Meeker beating West Grand last Saturday, the Rangely Panthers won a tie-breaker to be the No. 3 seed in the Northwest League and hosted Vail Mountain Tuesday, in the first round of the District 5 tournament. Rangely had a chance at the No. 2 […]

Panther boys pick up a pair

RANGELY — Another very busy week was on tap for the Panthers. Tuesday, the boys battled with Moffat County. The game was much closer than it should have been, with the Cats coming away with a 63-55 win.

Rangely boys go 2-1 on the week

RANGELY — It was quite the week for the Panther squad as they had a couple of wins early in the week and then finished on a sour note in Manila.