RANGELY I The Rangely Hurricanes Swim Team won its seventh Colorado State Championship for small teams at the Seasonal Club State Championship Swim Meet hosted in Craig’s 25-meter pool this past weekend.
RANGELY I The Rangely Hurricanes hosted the Hurricanes’ Icebreaker Meet on Saturday 4 at the Western Rio Blanco Recreation pool. There were three teams that came and competed. It was a great meet to get […]
RANGELY I Rangely swimmers did very well at the 2015 Western Slope League Championships held during the past weekend in Grand Junction. Fifteen Rangely swimmers placed at the meet, and they were led by 15-year-old […]
RANGELY I Eighteen swimmers from the Rangely Hurricanes’ swim team competed in Craig on Saturday and Sunday with a total of 69 splashes total making for a successful weekend. For many of the swimmers the […]
RANGELY I The Rangely Hurricanes swim team finished its season by competing at the annual Colorado Seasonal Club State Championships in Cortez, a meet the team has won for the past six years.
RANGELY I The Rangely Hurricanes swim team entered 19 swimmers in the Western Slope Championships held at the El Pomar Natatorium on the Colorado Mesa University campus in Grand Junction.
Rangely Hurricane swimmers in front: Ashton Bennett, Jackson Aguirre, Jeffrey Slack, Colton Noel and Timothy Scoggins; middle: Andrew Slack, Joseph McKay, Mary Scoggins; along with Kenzie Varner and MacKenzie Manchester in the back.
RANGELY I The Hurricanes traveled to Craig over the weekend to participate in the annual ABC Open meet sponsored by the Sea Sharks.
On June 15, five Rangely Hurricanes traveled to Ouray for their first swim meet of the season.
RANGELY I For the past six years, the Rangely Hurricanes swim team has competed in the annual Colorado Seasonal Club State Championships, and they have returned with the team championship trophy in the small club […]
The Rangely Hurricanes took 18 swimmers to the Western Slope League meet in Grand Junction, and, according to their coach, “The kids all improved and did a great job.”
Twenty-five swimmers from Rangely participated in the Swim-a-thon, where they attempted to swim 200 lengths of the pool or two hours, whichever came first.