RHS gridders fall prey to champs

RANGELY I The defending eight-man football state champion Caliche Buffaloes defeated the Rangely Panthers, 44-16, on Friday on Yeager Field, and this week the Panthers will host the Hayden Tigers for their Homecoming game.

Panther gridders fall prey to Plateau Valley Cowboys, 34-22

RANGELY I The Panther football team lost in Collbran on Friday and will host the defending state champion Caliche Buffalos on Friday at Yeager Field, with the kick off scheduled for 7 p.m. Rangely scored 22 points against Collbran, but it wouldn’t be enough to beat the Plateau Valley Cowboys, who scored 34 against the […]

Panthers lose at home to Dove Creek

Rangely senior quarterback Kaulan Brady threw warmup passes prior to Friday night's game against Dove Creek.

RANGELY I Youth and inexperience continue to challenge the Rangely Panthers football team and both were in evidence on Yeager Field in the first home game of the season. The Dove Creek Bulldogs defeated the Panthers 40-0 last Friday and although the score was closer, the result was the same in the junior varsity game […]

Panthers fall to Mancos 6-0, host Dove Creek this Friday

RANGELY I The Rangely High School football team currently has a record of 1-1, after a 6-0 loss on Friday and playing the first two games of the season on the road. The Panthers will host Dove Creek this Friday on Yeager Field.

2-point conversion makes the difference as Panthers win, 8-6

RANGELY I The Rangely High School football Panthers opened their gridiron season in Del Norte, where they overcame several mistakes and won the game 8-6. The Panthers will travel again, this time to Mancos, for a game Friday.

Rangely and Meeker fall sports teams open play this weekend

RBC I The Rangely High School golf team already has two tournaments under its belt and the rest of the athletes from Rio Blanco County will see live action this week, starting today.

Rangely gridders begin practice; team will be young, experienced

RANGELY I “It’s way too early to tell, but everyone has bought in,” Rangely head football coach Paul Fortunato said during his first night of practice on Monday.

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Several members of the Rangely High School football team along with coaches Paul Fortunato and Travis Witherell, were in Meeker on Tuesday at Bolton Construction, cleaning up the yard before leaving for football camp later this week in Greeley. “We wanted to help out and say thanks to Shawn Bolton and his lead man Joe Barton for their support of our program,” Coach Fortunato said. Fortunato said about 20 players will attend football camp at the University of Northern Colorado, where they have instruction during the day and scrimmages at night.

Panthers end season with win in Collbran

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers traveled to Collbran for their final game of the regular season, winning 48-17 over the Plateau Valley Cowboys; however, it would also be their last game of the season.

Rangely gridders fall, have bye week

It was a tough night for the Rangely Panthers as they lost 50-6 to Norwood on Friday night. However, it was a good night for Rangely’s Kiki Ruiz, carrying the ball above, who gained 98 of Rangely’s 127 total yards in the defeat. The Panthers have a bye week this weekend, affording the team some time to recover from injuries.

RANGELY I The Norwood Mavericks remained undefeated in eight games after defeating the Rangely High School Panther football team on Yeager Field by a 50-6 score on Friday.

RHS Panthers lose Homecoming football game to Soroco Rams

It was a tough tackle administered by Rangely’s Luis Contreras, No. 24, as he puts a good hit on the Soroco runner on Friday night as part of Rangely’s Homecoming events. Unfortunately, the Rams spoiled the Panthers’ Homecoming by a 18-10 margin, and injuries continue to plague Rangely.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panthers lost their second football game of the season and more players to injury in the 2014 Homecoming game on Yeager Field on Friday.

RHS gridders lose to No. 1 team

RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panthers traveled to the Front Range of Colorado only to be handed their first gridiron loss of the season by the current No. 1-rated eight-man team in the state.