In the season opener two weeks ago, Rangely “won” the first half. Then, last week, in the second game of the season, the Panthers almost “won” the second half.
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.
RANGELY I If only the game had been called at halftime. Rangely dominated Grand Junction Central’s junior varsity in the first half Saturday, controlling the ball and scoring twice to go into the intermission with a 14-0 lead.
RANGELY I Coach Jimmie Mergleman has no problem with other people expecting a lot out of her team. She does, too.
RANGELY I Of the five players on the Rangely High School golf team, three are left-handed. That’s a challenge from an instructional standpoint, especially if the one doing the instructing is right-handed.
Rangely High School’s girls’ volleyball team placed third out of 16 teams in pool play last weekend at the Grand Valley Cardinal Classic.
2009 Rangely High School seniors Christian Holcomb and Jennifer Barlow (pictured) received the Colorado Elks National Foundation Scholarships in the amount of $500 each. Presenting the scholarship was Barb Widner of the Rangely Elks Lodge No. 1907. Holcomb will attend Mesa State College in Grand Junction, and Barlow will attend the University of Northern Colorado […]
RANGELY | The Rangely High School Class of 1999 will have a reunion the weekend of July 11 and invites all Rangely High School alumni to Ace Hi Steak House and Lounge, 616 E Main St. in Rangely on Saturday to celebrate.
Coach Mark Skelton of Rangely makes a point to his team during a close game Saturday at CNCC.
RANGELY I With the configuration of schools changing, the scope of work has also changed for the district’s $15 million construction project.