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.
RBC I Two Rio Blanco County basketball players were selected to play in the annual Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports all-state game this Sunday at Arvada West High School. Rio Blanco County seniors Quincey Thacker of Rangely and Meeker’s Kaysyn Chintala were both four-year varsity players for their schools and both will play on the […]
RANGELY I Basketball coach Quinton Kent has spent the last four years with the Lady Panthers basketball program, three as an assistant. The team has qualified for the regional tournament all four years but hadn’t made it past the first regional game until this year, Kent’s first year as head coach.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers’ basketball team will play the Wray Eagles in Denver this Friday in the Region 4 tournament after playing two games in the district tournament last weekend in Paonia. Head coach Quinton Kent is excited about his team’s post-season opportunity.
RANGELY I The Lady Panthers lost their final game of the regular season but won the district pigtail game Tuesday last, advancing to the final four of the district tournament this weekend in Paonia. Rangely lost to Meeker 40-51 in the final game of the regular season then beat Soroco 48-42 to advance to the […]
RANGELY I The Rangely girls’ basketball team lost games to Paonia and Hotchkiss last week and will play their final game of the regular season in Meeker, this Friday. Rangely hosted Paonia last Friday and lost 26-55, to the league’s No. 1 team.
RANGELY I “It was the same story, different game,” Rangely girls’ basketball coach Quinton Kent said of his team’s 41-28 win over the Vail Christian Saints last Saturday at home. “We got off to a somewhat slow start but then buckled down defensively in the second half and pulled away.”
RANGELY I The lady Panthers basketball team only played one game last weekend but came home from Collbran with a 41-28 victory, with all but one Rangely player getting in the scorebook.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers basketball team took their show on the road last weekend, playing in Baggs, Wyo., Friday last and then traveling to Kremmling for a game against the West Grand Mustangs. Rangely lost to Little Snake River 32-46, then beat West Grand 50-33.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers basketball team has had a rough start in 2013, losing their first three games of the new year, including two at home. Rangely traveled to Paonia last Friday and lost to the Eagles 35-54, then hosted Hotchkiss Saturday last and lost by one point, before the lady Cowboys from Meeker […]
RANGELY I Rangely High School girls’ basketball coach Quinton Kent credited his team’s most recent wins to their defense. The lady Panthers defeated the North Park Wildcats last Thursday, then defeated the Little Snake River Rattlers Friday last. Both were home games.
RANGELY I “The Cowboy Shootout was a good way for us to start the year,” Rangely girls’ basketball first-year head coach Quinton Kent said. “Each game presented a different set of challenges for us and it was nice to not beat up on each other like we do in practice.”