Rangely drops third straight on road at Coal Ridge, 32-6

RANGELY I Playing on the road for the first time this season and without the services of its starting quarterback, who was sick with the flu, the Panthers were at a disadvantage before they even took the field.

New coach hopes to restore the roar to Panthers football

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RANGELY I Tim Galloway remembers when Rangely football was a big deal.

Panthers run past Mustangs

RANGELY — The Rangely Panthers football team won in Kremmling defeating the West Grand Mustangs. It was West Grand’s homecoming game and the Panthers rained on their parade by winning in both volleyball and football. The win was only the second of the season but it was a good one, as Rangely had only beat […]

Rangely hosts Meeker Friday

RANGELY — The Panthers struggled again this week against the Hayden Tigers. Hayden defended its homecoming with a 47-7 win over Rangely. Hayden scored on three passes and four runs.

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.