RANGELY I The Lady Panthers have been a bit defensive lately. And that’s a good thing. Thanks in big part to its improving defense, Rangely won matches last week against Vail Mountain and Plateau Valley.
RANGELY I Tim Galloway learned something about his football team. They won’t quit. Even though the Panthers lost their first three games, and they were behind Friday against Grand Junction High School’s junior varsity, they didn’t fold. “There wasn’t any panic,” said first-year coach Galloway. “The kids were like, OK, let’s get this done and […]
RANGELY | Float registrations for the Rangely High School homecoming parade are due by Wednesday, Oct. 7.
RANGELY | Kacey Denny saved his best for last. Rangely’s junior golfer turned in his top score of the season in the Coal Ridge tournament Sept. 17 at Lakota Canyon Golf Club in New Castle.
Wrestling, still no respect? I am a senior at Rangely High School this year. I have been wrestling for 11 years, and it is a sport that my family and I have come to love and respect.
RANGELY I In its first league match of the season, Rangely showed why it’s considered a favorite to win the Western Slope. The Lady Panthers beat De Beque in three games.
RANGELY I She had two opportunities Saturday, and she most the most of both of them. Holly Lepro, a freshman for Rangely High School’s football team, kicked two extra points in the game against Grand Junction’s Central High School junior varsity.
RANGELY I The season is still young, but so far, so good for Rangely High School’s volleyball team. In fact, real good.