RANGELY I The Rangely High School track teams braved lousy weather this past weekend at the Tiger Invitational in Grand Junction on Friday and Saturday, the last chance for the athletes to turn in times or heights to qualify for state.
RANGELY I The Clint Wells Invitational in Craig was held on Friday, a cold, windy and rainy day, but the Rangely Panther tracksters didn’t let that bother them as there were many personal records broken as well as some class records.
RANGELY I After many weeks on the road, the Rangely High School track teams were able to run on a familiar track again as they hosted the Rangely Panther Invitational.
RANGELY I The Rangely High School track teams competed in a meet Friday at Coal Ridge High School, where they met mild temperatures but high winds that made it difficult for all to compete.
RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panthers qualified three seniors and a junior for the 2014 Colorado State Track and Field Championships in Denver and returned home with several medals, personal bests, two new school records and a seventh-place team finish for the boys.
Rangely track coaches James Kurrasch (behind Brunton in hat and glasses), Cody Brunton, Stephanie Kahler and Beth Scoggins share a laugh with athletes Andrew Morton and Connor Phelan while watching teammate Holly Lepro throw the discus at the state track meet Saturday in Jefferson County Stadium.
RBC I Twenty Rio Blanco County track and field athletes (13 from Meeker and seven from Rangely) competed at the 2013 Colorado State Track and Field Championships at Jefferson County Stadium in Denver, and nine received medals on the podium, including one champion.
RANGELY I Seven Rangely High School track team members are in Denver competing at the 2013 Colorado State Track and Field Championships at Jefferson County Stadium.
RANGELY I The Panther track team traveled to Battle Mountain on Saturday for the final meet of the regular season, returning with several top placers and personal bests, in preparation for the state qualifying regional meet Saturday at Grand Junction’s Stocker Stadium.
RANGELY I The Panther track team traveled south to test its track skills against larger schools in the Montrose Invitational, returning home with several place winners and personal bests.
RANGELY I For the second year after a several-year hiatus, Yeager Field in Rangely was the site for the Panther Invitational track meet Saturday, where the boys’ home team won the meet and the girls’ team, comprised of just five girls, finished second.