Fundraising hoops…

Members of the Rangely High School boys’ basketball team started the summer on Monday with a morning of fun, shooting 500 free throws each. As team members move into the summer, this becomes a fund-raiser event to help with travel costs as they head to various tournaments. A total of 1,791 shots were made Monday, however they came up a little short on donations and would appreciate any support. Please contact Rangely High School if you would like to add you support. From left to right are Patrick Scoggins, Trenton Files, Brennan Noyes, Riley Boydstun, Kobe Broom and Marshall Webber.

Cagers, grapplers of Meeker, Rangely getting back in action

RBC I Winter sports for Rio Blanco County high schools will begin the 2015 portion of their winter sports schedules tonight with wrestling and home court basketball action in Meeker and Rangely on Friday.

Rangely cagers open season with win

RANGELY I The Rangely boys’ basketball team opened the season in the annual White River Electric Cowboy Shootout in Meeker and won one of three games during the event.

BMS/RMS district basketball tournament…

The Rangely Middle School cheerleaders Bailey Stephens, Twila Jackson, KK Wyman, Susie Gillard and Tiffany Holmes, have been cheering their teams this season and will continue to lead the spirit at the annual middle school district basketball tournament Saturday in Meeker.

All-conference…

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It was announced at the recent Rangely High School boys’ basketball banquet that the Western Slope League honorably mentioned junior Cameron Enterline and named classmate Connor Phelan to the first team Western Slope All-Conference team for their play during the season.

Ladies play in all-state game

Rangely's Quincey Thacker and Meeker’s Kaysyn Chintala represented their schools and Rio Blanco County in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports all-state basketball game last weekend.

RBC I Meeker’s Kaysyn Chintala and Rangely’s Quincey Thacker represented their schools last Sunday in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports all-state basketball game last Sunday. The game was played at Arvada West High School. After competing against each other the past four years, the two Rio Blanco County seniors were able to play on […]

Panthers lose league games to Eagles, Bulldogs

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers lost league games last weekend to Paonia (53-57) at home, then in Hotchkiss to the Bulldogs (47-54) and will play in Meeker for the final game of the regular season this Friday.

Lady Panthers win two league games

Rangely High School sophomore Jess Tolley holds her painting of a snow leopard, which was chosen to be included in the annual Celebrating Art publication last year. Tolley’s pencil drawing of an angel was selected for this year’s publication.

RANGELY I The lady Panthers basketball team won two league games last weekend defeating the lady Tigers (49-35) in Hayden last Friday then beating the lady Rams from Soroco (36-29) at home Saturday last. The lady Panthers will travel to Vail this Saturday to play Vail Christian.

Rangely spirit…

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RHS cheerleaders McKale Pennell, Heather Turner, Kellsie Nash, Jocelyn Vega and Kimber Kinney (Hailey Goddard is not pictured) cheered at the first home basketball games last week.

RHS split games

RANGELY I The lady Panthers basketball team played two games in the Basin Challenge last weekend in Duchesne, Utah, where they beat the host team but lost to Altamont.

Panthers hope to rebound for home game today

Rangely junior Cameron Enterline was the only Rio Blanco County basketball player to enter the WREA Cowboy Shootout Slam Dunk contest.

RANGELY I Although there were only six teams in the White River Electric Cowboy Shootout the competition was tough. The Rangely Panther boys’ basketball team were in the mix but couldn’t pull off a win during the three-day tournament. The Panthers will host their first home game tonight, hosting North Park at 5:30 p.m., and […]

Women’s basketball opens season with Shootout

Rangely seniors Myriah Moreno, Kelsey Prosser, Quincey Thacker, Brittany Babineaux, with Leslie Hernandez and Shelby Neiberger in front, will have a first round bye and will play in the semifinal game of the White River Electric Cowboy Shootout Friday at 6 p.m. against the winner of Soroco vs. Hayden.

RANGELY I The lady Panther basketball team will open the season with a first round bye in the 2012 White River Electric Cowboy Shootout in Meeker and will play the winner of Soroco and Hayden in the semifinal round Friday at 5:30 p.m.