Lady Panthers end basketball season in pig-tail round

RANGELY I “Overall, this is a great group of young women who have outstanding character,” Rangely High School girls’ basketball coach Quinton Kent said of his team, which concluded its season Feb. 25 in Hotchkiss.

Lady Panthers lose two; play Hotchkiss

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team had two tough games over the weekend.

Rangely plays “help defense” for league win

RANGELY I Outstanding defense and team basketball gave the Rangely girls’ basketball team another league win, this time against Vail Christian on Saturday.

Rangely girls get league win at home

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team got a win this weekend at home against league opponent the Hayden Tigers.

Panthers turn over game

RANGELY I Senior Aimee Hogan played hard offensively and defensively to lead the lady Panthers with 15 points and five steals against Plateau Valley on Friday night, but the Rangely girls came up short in the game.

Freshmen boost Lady Panthers’ game

Rangely senior Tessa Slagle (14) passes the ball to senior Aimee Hogan (3). From left to right in the back row are junior Desiree Coombs (21), junior Simone Heinle (10) and freshman Katye Allred (20).

RANGELY I “We played our best game since the Meeker Shootout,” Rangely High School girls’ basketball coach Quinton Kent said. “We are starting to play together, which has been difficult in this injury-ridden season.”

Ladies lose games, players

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team started its game in Paonia playing great defense, holding the Eagles to one point in the first three minutes.

Ladies fall to North Park

RANGELY I The Rangely High School girls’ basketball team had a solid fourth quarter against North Park and found even scoring from their entire team, but the squad could not overcome a first-quarter deficit and lost to Wildcats in Walden, 42-34, on Saturday.

Lady Panthers play in Wyoming today

RANGELY I The Rangely girls’ basketball team will play Snake River tonight in Baggs, Wyo. The last time the two teams met resulted in a very close 32-35 loss by Rangely, so the Panthers are working toward a better outcome this time.

Lady Panthers open season in WREA Cowboy Shootout

RANGELY I The Rangely girl’s basketball team kicked off its season in the annual White River Electric Association’s Cowboy Shootout in Meeker.

Ficken, Hogan, Slagle lead Lady Panthers on basketball court

RANGELY I Winter sports are under way, and the Rangely girls’ basketball team is ready to begin a season of hard work and constant improvement.

RHS girls’ teams end up as consolation champs

RANGELY I With the 2012-2013 school year just ending, many Rio Blanco County teams are using the offseason to prepare for next year, including the Rangely Junior/Senior High School girls’ basketball program, which hosted a tournament Friday and Saturday.