Rangely cagers fall prey, 60-40, to No. 5-rated Paonia boys’ team

RANGELY I The Rangely High School boys’ basketball team hosted the No. 5-ranked team in the state on Friday, but the Panthers came up short in a good learning experience.

RHS girls split weekend games

RANGELY I The Rangely High girls’ basketball team beat Plateau Valley on Friday night and played a very solid Cedaredge team on Saturday, splitting games.

Rangely boys’ basketball team tops Plateau Valley, falls to Bruins

RANGELY I The Rangely High School boys’ basketball team began its regular conference season play with a victory Friday night against a solid Plateau Valley team from Collbran. In the first half, the game went back and forth, and playing on the road added an additional challenge.

Rangely and Meeker’s high school teams back in action this week

The Meeker High School boys’ basketball team is practicingafter returning from Christmas break and will put their 5-0 record on the line in their first league game Friday in Cedaredge against the Bruins. The Rangely Panthers will host Cedaredge on Saturday after playing in Collbran on Friday.

MEEKER I Winter sports teams in Rio Blanco County will start the 2016 portion of their schedules tonight, when the Meeker Cowboy wrestling team hosts two teams, while Rangely’s wrestling team and the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams will take to the courts starting on Friday.

Panther girl cagers fall before break

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball squad played South Routt County (Soroco) in the final game before the holiday break. The team came up short against the Rams, giving the girls a breather over the holidays.

Rangely boys’ basketball squad tops Soroco before holiday break

RANGELY I The Rangely High School boys’ basketball team posted a big win in their last game of the pre-holiday as they beat South Routt County (Soroco) by a 56-52 margin.

Rangely Panthers wrap up play in Cowboy Shootout with victory

RANGELY I “The effort was there the whole tournament, and I was pleased with how we came along night to night,” Rangely boys’ new head basketball coach Kyle Boydstun said of his team’s first performances in the annual White River Electric Association’s Cowboy Shootout, where the Panthers won the final game of three.

RHS boys to open cage play

Boys Shootout 2015

RANGELY I The Rangely High School boys’ basketball team will open its season with a new head coach in the White River Electric Association’s Cowboy Shootout tournament in Meeker, starting tonight.

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.