Panthers swamped by ’dogs

RANGELY — Lightning struck very close to the field in Hotchkiss about a half-hour prior to kickoff but that was the only event that disrupted the Bulldog’s homecoming game.

Panthers claw Grand Junction

RANGELY — The Rangely Panther football team got its first win of the season last Thursday against the Grand Junction Tigers. Rangely had a very nice day in the air with 303 passing yards to six receivers including one offensive lineman.

Panthers lose but show improvement

RANGELY — The Panther football team improved in a couple of areas last Friday against the 2A Coal Ridge Titans. The Panthers fell to the Titans 41-14, so they still have several areas to work on, but this was the best the team has looked this season.

Panthers fall to Skiers, 48-6

MEEKER — The Rangely Panther Football team traveled to Aspen to enjoy their nice turf football field. Unfortunately, that was the only thing the Panthers were able to enjoy. Aspen out-muscled Rangely all night long. They were the league champions at the 2A division last year but they graduated 17 seniors from that team.

Mistakes plague Panthers

RANGELY — Special team turnovers proved to be the undoing of the Panthers during the weekend. The Altamont Longhorns took advantage of a poor snap and a blocked punt to defeat the Panthers 25-12.