RANGELY I Twenty-eight youth wrestlers from Rangely competed in the final tournament of the season in Parachute on Saturday, and more than half placed in the top four of their brackets, including three champions.
RANGELY I Thirty-seven Rangely youth wrestlers competed in Hayden on Saturday and almost half placed in the top three. But coach Jeff LeBleu was disappointed with how some of them reacted after losing.
RANGELY I Many youth wrestlers from Rangely have already wrestled in two tournaments, with 20 traveling to Vernal, Utah, two weeks ago for a pre-season tournament and several more competing in the Little Warrior tournament on Saturday in Grand Junction.
RBC I The Rangely Youth Wrestlers recently traveled to Parachute to finish their 2013 season.
RANGELY I When it comes to the perks of heading up the Rangely Youth Wrestling Program, don’t go by the numbers. And certainly don’t go by the dollars.
RANGELY I Twenty Rangely youth wrestlers competed in the Bad Dog youth wrestling tournament Saturday in Craig, and many will end the season Saturday in Parachute.
RANGELY I The Rangely youth wrestling team continued its success in Hayden on Saturday with 20 kids wrestling, including 13 in the championship match. Many of the young Panthers will be in Meeker on Saturday for the Casey Turner Memorial Tournament.
RBC I The Rangely Panthers youth wrestling team traveled to Craig last Saturday for the Levi Weber Memorial Tournament with 27 wrestlers. They returned from Moffat County with all placing in the top four.
RANGELY I Twenty-nine youth wrestlers from Rangely competed in Rifle on Friday; 19 placed in the top four and one champion earned a sportsmanship award. Carmella Fortunato, age 4, wrestled in her first tournament and not only won the gold medal in her bracket, she was awarded the sportsmanship trophy in her age division.
RANGELY I The Rangely youth wrestling team has wrestled in two tournaments the past two weekends and will compete in Rifle on Saturday.
RANGELY I The Rangely Panther Youth Wrestling team was in Rifle this past weekend. With 28 Rangely wrestlers competing in the tournament, 17 placed in the top four and 10 competed in the championship.
RANGELY I “I would like to start off by saying sorry to Dylan Smuts. I forgot to put him in last weeks paper. Dylan did an outstanding job last week in the Rangely tournament. He wrestled his heart out and took first place. Great job, little D,” said coach Andy Lucero.