Rangely takes top district honors

The Rangely Middle School boys’ seventh-grade basketball team entered the annual league tournament as the No. 1 seed and finished as league champions. Pictured with the championship trophy are Alexis Lamoreaux, Stetson Cudo, Devin Ramirez, Gavin Lancaster, Kobe Broome and Cassidy Brown. (Back) Coach Mark Skelton, Trevor Austin, Patrick Scoggins, Brennan Noyes, Austin Ficken, coach Jeremy Lohery and Abby Shriver.

RANGELY I The Rangely Junior High School boys’ basketball teams participated in the seventh- and eighth-grade conference tournament in Rangely on Saturday, Dec. 1.

Rangely Middle School to host basketball tourney

RANGELY I The Rangely Middle School boys’ basketball finished off its season with well-fought games for all three of its teams.

RMS basketball off to a great start

RANGELY I The Rangely Middle School boys’ basketball program got their season off on the winning foot against Meeker on Thursday, Oct. 25. All three teams came out victorious against the Cowboys with the 7B team winning 14-7.

Hang time …

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Coach Quinten Kent and his eighth-grade Panther basketball team including;

Cheertastic …

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Meeker to host junior high basketball tournament

RBC I Undefeated Barone Middle School will host Saturday’s league tournament. Meeker’s eighth-grade A team (6-0) beat Steamboat Springs 51-21 in its final tuneup last week, while the B team won 41-20.

BMS eighth-graders win big, Rangely loses close game to Steamboat Sailors

RANGELY I There were some close games last week involving the county’s junior high basketball teams.

Jr. high girls open basketball season

Rangely seventh-grader Carrie Goddard looked to pass the ball while teammate Alycia Dominguez looked on.

RBC I Junior high girls’ basketball teams in the county opened their seasons last Saturday, and it was a good showing. Especially for the eighth-grade teams.

Junior high teams tip off this week

RBC I Rangely Junior High girls’ basketball players will have a quick turnaround this week. They officially started practice Tuesday — Monday was an in-service day — and four days later they will play their first games of the season.