RBC I The Rangely Junior High Panther football team picked up their first win of the season by defeating the Soroco Rams 36-6.
RANGELY I The Rangely Junior High School Panther football team opened up its 2016 season by traveling to Kremmling to take on the Mustangs of West Grand Middle School. Despite a good second half, the Panthers had dug themselves too deep a hole to come all the way back.
RANGELY I The Rangely Junior High School football team started the season off Saturday in Oak Creek against Soroco Middle School. The Panthers left with a 20-0 loss to the Rams.
RANGELY I On a rain-soaked Oct. 9, the Rangely Junior High Panthers football team concluded its season with a win over the Soroco Rams, ending the Panthers season with a 14-12 victory and a 7-1 overall record.
RANGELY I The Rangely Junior High School football team completed its four-game home stand by defeating North Park Middle School by an impressive 50-20 score on Friday afternoon.
RANGELY I On Aug. 28, the Rangely Junior High School Panther football team took on the Craig Middle School Bulldogs in Craig, winning their first contest of the season.
The snowstorm started before the Thursday football game between the Rangely Middle School Panthers and the Barone Middle School Cowboys in Starbuck Stadium but it didn’t prevent them from playing the game under the lights. Meeker won 22-6.
Playing football for the 2013 Rangely Middle School Panthers are:
(Left) Playing for the Rangely Middle School Panthers this football season are (back) coach Jeremy Lohry, coach Jarod Heaps, David Fox, Troy Allred, Anthony Martin, Brodie Nielsen, Shane Nash, Cory Hood, Patrick Scoggins, Nyck Deleon, Mikey Sheppard, Marshall Richens, Eil Brooks, Braxton Bishop, Jarrod Fiscus, coach Ethan Brooks and manager Miekka Peck. (Second row) Josiah […]
Playing for the Rangely Junior High School Panther football team this season
Rangely coach Tim Webber gave instructions to his team. “The seventh grade really did a nice job on Saturday. I was very impressed with how they played, as well as the eighth grade,” Webber said. “The eighth grade suffered some injuries during the season and we did not have the numbers like the other schools […]
RBC I Rangely’s seventh-graders won in a shutout, 37-0, last week against Steamboat Springs, but the eight-graders lost a close one, 14-7. “It went down to the wire, as with most of our games,” coach Tim Webber said of the Rangely eighth-graders.