Burri qualifies for state golf tournament Oct. 5-6

Nick Burri qualifies for state

MEEKER I Meeker High School senior Nick Burri, who plays on the Rangely High School golf team, qualified for the state meet for a second year in a row. Burri finished fourth in the qualifying regional tournament, and Rangely junior Harrison Heil also played in the tournament, held on the Haymaker Golf Course in Steamboat […]

Golfers headed to state tournament

Marshal Way of the Rangely High School golf team was one of three team members to compete this past weekend at the regions. Nick Burri of Meeker who plays for the Rangely team also qualified for the state tournament in Sterling.

RBC I Three members of the Rangely Panthers golf team traveled to Durango last week to compete in the regional tournament on a very difficult golf course. In the process the trio managed to finish well enough to send two of the three players to the state championship tournament in Sterling.

Way leads RHS Panther golfers

RANGELY I The Rangely High School golfing Panthers competed at Yampa Valley Golf Course on Aug. 27, when they had to battle strong winds on the course.

Rangely golf team shows big improvement in recent play

RANGELY I The Rangely High School golf team is entering the mid-point of their season.

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The Rangely High School golf team consists of two golfers from Rangely and two from Meeker and the four of them played a practice round at Gypsum Creek Golf Course before playing in the state-qualifying regional tournament Tuesday.

Rangely High School golfers open fall season

Making the Rangely High School varsity golf team for the first two tournaments of the season were Marshal Way, Nick Burri, Calvin Shepherd, Robert Dunker and Andrew Morton. Since Meeker does not have a golf team, Burri and Shepherd have joined the Rangely team.
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RANGELY | School starts next week in Rangely, but the high school golf season has already begun and the Rangely varsity team will have already played in four tournaments before the first school bell rings.

Rangely golfers finish season

Marshall Way shot an 81 at the Rangely Golf Tournament last week and is headed to regionals this week.

RANGELY I According to first-year head golf coach Eric Hejl, the Rangely High School golf team improved all season and he is excited about next season.

RHS golf team scores show improvement

RANGELY I The Grand Junction High School golf tournament was held at Tiara Rado Golf Course with Rangely sending a four-man team.

2011 High School Golf Season

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The 2011 high school golf season has started and both Rio Blanco County high schools have teams and both already have tournament experience.

Meeker golfers compete at Steamboat, Craig meets

Above: Meeker’s Trey Morris shot an 85 at regionals Tuesday at Montrose. He qualified for the state tournament at Eaton on Oct. 4 and 5. He was also named second-team all-conference this week. Morris placed first last Friday with a score of 80 at a three-team tournament at Rangely’s Cedar Ridges Golf Course. JJ Wyatt shot a 94, Hunter Fellows 101, Dalton Rholl 105, Adrian Shoyer 121, Ty Shepard 125 and John Mack Sheridan 133. The Cowboys had a team score of 276. Morris, Wyatt, Fellows and Rholl advanced to Tuesday’s regional. At left: Rangely finished second in its tournament with a team score of 332. The Panthers were led by Caleb Templeton, who shot his best score of the season, a 93.

MEEKER I At Haymaker Golf Course Sept. 8 in Steamboat, Meeker scores were: Trey Morris 78, Dalton Rholl 98, Hunter Fellows 100, JJ Wyatt 107 and Ty Shepard 146.

Rangely golfers play at Cedaredge

RANGELY I The Panther golf team participated at Deer Creek Golf Course in Cedaredge. Scoring was rough on the back nine and Rangely lost Chris Staley to a golf injury. Scoring was led by Kasey Denny, who shot a 94, Caleb Templeton shot a 103 and Andrew Morton a 124, and Staley finished with a […]

Meeker golfer second at Rifle

RBC | Meeker High School’s Trey Morris shot an 18-hole score of 74 to finish second Aug. 23 at Rifle Creek Golf Course. Cross-county rival Rangely Senior High was led by seniors Kacey Denny and Caleb Templeton with scores of 96.