Slide Show: Panthers fall to Central

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RANGELY | Rangely dominated Grand Junction Central’s junior varsity in the first half and went into the intermission with a 14-0 lead.

New coach hopes to restore the roar to Panthers football

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RANGELY I Tim Galloway remembers when Rangely football was a big deal.

Rangely Women’s Club Championship

Cedar Ridges Golf Course Saturday in Rangely

Champ

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Clark Edwards won the Rangely men’s club championship Aug. 8-9 at Cedar Ridges Golf Course shooting “the round of my life”

Third-place finish

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Rangely High School’s girls’ volleyball team placed third out of 16 teams in pool play last weekend at the Grand Valley Cardinal Classic.

Need for speed

JEFF BURKHEAD Ed Miller, driving his 1970 Chevy pickup, ranks second in points so far this season at the Western Colorado Dragway in Grand Junction.

RANGELY I Fast cars run in the Miller family. Husband and father Ed enjoys drag racing, and wife and mother Christina likes to street race.

Racquet-eer: Rangely’s Shirley Parsons has become a nationally-ranked racquetball player

Ranked second nationally in her age group, Rangely’s Shirley Parsons has been playing racquetball for more than 30 years.

RANGELY I Shirley Parsons likes to make a racket. On the court, that is.

Letter: Rec center remodeling advancing ‘quite nicely’

The recreation center remodeling is moving along quite nicely and we are on schedule.

Rangely fishermen have a local option

Michael and Chance Sheppard of Rangely show off some of the fish they caught at the Rangely fishing pond, located in the town camper park.

RANGELY I Michael and Chance Sheppard, two brothers from Rangely, spent the afternoon at the fishing pond located in the town camper park.

Annual tourney draws 14 teams

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RANGELY I The Cedar Ridges Ladies Golf Club hosted its annual tournament June 13, with 14 teams participating in the three-lady scramble.

CNCC Basketball Action

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Coach Mark Skelton of Rangely makes a point to his team during a close game Saturday at CNCC.

Rangely boys fourth, girls eighth at league

RANGELY — The Panther Track and Field team is gearing up for the close of the season.