RANGELY — Boring is one word you won’t hear when people are talking about either of the games this past weekend for the Rangely JV boys’ basketball team.
RANGELY — With most of the road trips out of the way, the Rangely boys’ basketball team was happy to be at home for a pair of important league games last weekend.
RANGELY — Last weekend the Rangely Lady Panthers were hoping to come away with two solid league victories but were only able to secure one of the two.
RANGELY — Last Saturday, the Rangely JV girls basketball team hosted West Grand and came away with a victory 48-15.
RANGELY — Another very busy week was on tap for the Panthers. Tuesday, the boys battled with Moffat County. The game was much closer than it should have been, with the Cats coming away with a 63-55 win.
RANGELY — It was quite the week for the Panther squad as they had a couple of wins early in the week and then finished on a sour note in Manila.
RANGELY — With little time to practice in a week filled with games, the RHS Lady Panthers knew they might have to do some adjusting on the fly, and for the most part they were up to the task. The first match of the week was a non-league contest against the visiting Altamont Longhorns.
RANGELY — The Rangely wrestling team was home for the first time this season last Friday and Saturday.
RANGELY — Although it was their first game back after the holiday break, the RHS Lady Panthers basketball team showed no signs of rust on the road against the Soroco Rams. The fast start by the Panthers was fueled by a combination aggressive defense in the backcourt and strong post play on the offensive side.
RANGELY — The Panthers wrestling team started the second half of the season in the Tournament of Champions in Vernal last Friday and Saturday. Five Rangely wrestlers brought home medals, with Christian Holcomb leading the way with a second place. Devon Rose placed fifth, Ryan Petty placed sixth, Ryan Cramer placed seventh and Travis Witherell […]
RANGELY — Talk about coming full circle, and in a short amount of time. Mark Skelton is back teaching and coaching with the Rangely School District after having left last spring.