All-Stars…

Baseball season…

RHS All-Conference…

Four Rangely High School Panther baseball players were honored by the Western Slope League for their play this season.

RBC baseball teams play doubleheader in Meeker

RBC I The two Rio Blanco County high school baseball teams met in Meeker one week ago today for a doubleheader. Rangely returned west with two more victories.

RHS Panthers beat MHS Cowboys in doubleheader

RBC I “The games against Meeker were as I expected; they were both a battle,” Rangely head baseball coach Paul Fortunato said about the doubleheader Saturday at home against the Cowboys. “Both team played extremely hard and let it out on the field.”

Batter up…

The Rangely Panther baseball team opened their season at home against South Park and won the double header.

All-state baseball…

Rangely High School graduate Tobie Gasper encouraged to run for home base by head coach Paul Fortunato after hitting a home run, was selected to play in the 1A-2A all-state baseball game. The all-state game will be played June 2 at Machebeuf High School in Denver, beginning at 2 p.m.

Baseball all-conference…

The Rangely High School baseball team held its annual banquet and four players earned league honors.

End of season…

Rangely senior Chad Bolding pitching for the Panthers and classmate Tobie Gasper, taking a big swing, played their final high school baseball game Saturday in Delta.

RHS wins RBC matchup

RANGELY I The two Rio Blanco County baseball teams played two doubleheaders during the regular season and played a single elimination game Saturday to determine which team would advance in the district tournament.

RBC boys of summer play Saturday in Rangely…

The Rangely Panthers celebrate after beating the Hotchkiss Bulldogs 7-6 in the first game of a doubleheader Friday. Senior Chad Bolding is pictured getting a hit for his team. The Panthers finished third behind second-place Hotchkiss and first-place Paonia in the league standings and will host the Meeker Cowboys in the first round of the […]

Panthers drop 2 to Eagles

RANGELY I The Paonia Eagles traveled to Rangely and took two wins from the hometown Panthers in a doubleheader Saturday. The Panthers have one game left in the regular season before district playoffs.