Panthers take on tough course

phmk spt mk cc lathrop

RANGELY I The varsity boys’ cross county team was more fortunate than the junior high runners at Aspen’s Chris Severy Memorial Hill Climb.

Panther runners earn 6th at Moffat County Invite

The Panther Cross Country team traveled to Craig this past weekend to participate in the Moffat County Invitational.

Cross country team earns fourth at Basalt

matt scoggins/brooke mantle (Top left) Meeker’s Lathrop Hughes and Rangely’s William Scoggins get a quick start in a cross country race in Basalt. (Above) Scoggins finished second in the race and Hughes placed eighth. (Top) Meeker’s Krissie Harmon was the only girl to run from Meeker. Geli Brown, Chris Hogan and Patrick Scoggins traveled to Basalt this past Saturday as representatives of the newly revived Rangely Junior High School cross country team.

RANGELY I The Panther’s cross country teams competed in their second meet of season by getting up early Saturday morning and making the trek to Basalt to participate in the Longhorn Cross Country Invitational.  

New cross country team for RHS

bobby gutierrez Running for the Rangely Panther cross country team this year are Mitchell Webber, Tanner and Dale Nielsen, Alexis Silva-McKay and William Scoggins (standing). Scoggins and the Nielsen twins qualified for the state meet last year and hope to do it again this year. Not pictured are Tessa Slagle, Marshall Way and Ethan Allred.

RANGELY I After a few years without a cross country team, the Rangely Panthers are entering their second year   coming off a successful first.

Scoggins takes 17th at state

RANGELY I Rangely’s Wil-liam Scoggins finished 17th at the state cross country meet, but he was hoping for better. “It’s pretty disappointing as both William and Devin (Williams) were sick,” Matt Scoggins said.

Rangely qualifies three for state

Members of the Rangely cross country team at regionals, from left, William Scoggins, Devin Williams, Justin Prosser, Rosalise Coombs, Dale Nielsen, Connor Phelan, Blake Wanstedt, Tanner Nielsen and Cameron Enterline.

RANGELY I The Panther cross country team rolled into Cortez on Friday evening in anticipation of the regional championships to follow on Saturday morning. It was a balmy 46 degrees and raining, perfect weather for eating, so they headed to the local Italian restaurant to load up with carbs. With a full stomach the team […]

Rifle Cross Country Invitational:

Held Thursday, Oct. 14: Rangely results Boys varsity Rangely boys placed 7th William Scoggins 8th 18:19.31 Devin Williams 37th 20:12.05 Justin Prosser 44th 20:34.16 Tanner Nielsen 52nd 21:11.57 Dale Nielsen 65th 21:56.49 Conner Phelan 69th 22:15.65 Cameron Enterline 78th 24:46.02 Girls varsity Rosalise Coombs 54 28.19.53 • • • •

Chris Severy Cross Country Invitational:

Held Saturday, Oct. 9 in Aspen: Rangely results Boys varsity William Scoggins 19:47.1 14th Devin Williams 21:50.8 54th Blake Wanstedt 21:59.4 56th

Anna Banana Memorial Wildcat Invitational:

Held Saturday, Oct. 2 at Fruita: Rangely results Boys varsity William Scoggins 19th 17:27

Moffat County Cross Country Invitational:

Held Saturday, Sept. 25: Rangely results Boys William Scoggins 17:41 7th Justin Prosser 20:29 34th Blake Wanstedt 20:30 35th

Rangely boys place fifth at Basalt

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers’ cross country team traveled to Basalt last Saturday for the Longhorn Invitational. The Rangely boys finished in fifth place. Rosalise Coombs, the Panther’s only female runner, is sidelined with a knee injury.

Rangely cross country results:

William Scoggins, 10th, 18:17 Justin Prosser, 64th, 21:27 Blake Wanstedt, 73rd, 21:59 Devin Williams, 78th, 23:14 Tanner Nielsen, 79th, 23:19