Four Panthers qualify for state track and field meet

Rangely senior Connor Phelan, pictured racing on his hometown track, is only .4 seconds off the 400-meter school record, and he will get another chance to break that mark at the 2014 Colorado State Track and Field Championships, which start today in Denver.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panther track team qualified four athletes for the 2014 Colorado State Track and Field Championships, which start today in Jefferson County Stadium in Denver.

Panthers do well in West Grand

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers track teams ended their regular season in Kremmling and they are excited about the upcoming, state-qualifying, regional meet in Grand Junction on Friday and Saturday.

Panthers compete in windy conditions

“It was super windy, which made it so most times and distances, even if very good, were considered wind-aided and will not count for state rankings,” Rangely High School track coach Cody Brunton said of the weather conditions and results for his team in the Clint Wells Invitational Track Meet in Craig on Friday.

Hometown boys win Panther Invitational, again

The Rangely boys’ high school track team won the Panther Invitational track meet for a third year in a row. Competing on Yeager Field in back are juniors; James Scoggins, Colt Allred, Mitchell Webber, with senior Connor Phelan on his sholders. In the middle are, Coach Boydstun, freshman Corrine Coombs and Antoinette Doris, seniors Aimee Hogan, Tessa Slagle, Rebecca Gillard, Andrew Morton, junior Marshal Way, freshman Savannah Nielsen, junior Zach Glasgow, sophomore Daniel Connor, Coach Kahler and Coach Brunton. Bottom row; Chance Sheppard, sophomore, freshmen Braxton Bishop, Anthony Martin, Troy Allred, Korey Hood, Ethan Allred (sophomore), and Macenzie Webber.

RANGELY I For the third year in a row, the Rangely boys’ track and field team has won the annual Panther Invitational, held on Yeager Field.

Panthers starting to hit stride

Rangely senior Aimee Hogan ran the 100-meter in 14.34, the 200-meter in 29.52 and the 400-meter in 1:04.33, all personal best times, at the Frank Woodburn Invitational Track Meet at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction.

RANGELY | Rangely senior Aimee Hogan ran the 100-meter in 14.34, the 200-meter in 29.52 and the 400-meter in 1:04.33, all personal best times, at the Frank Woodburn Invitational Track Meet at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction.[/caption]RANGELY I After a “bit of a slow start” due to post-season basketball play and spring break, Rangely track […]

Panthers developing track talent

Rangely senior Connor Phelan is pictured running the 400-meter dash in Cedaredge  on Saturday. Phelan, a returning state qualifier, finished fifth in the race and will help lead the Panthers this season along with classmates Andrew Morton, Aimee Hogan and Tessa Slagle.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School track team has 24 athletes out this season, including four dual sport athletes sharing time between soccer and baseball, and four with state track experience.

Champion…

phrgscoggins signing

Rangely High School senior William Scoggins is backed by his principal, Berry Swenson, activities director Mark Skelton, coach Stephanie Kahler and parents Beth and Matt as he signs a letter of intent to run track next fall in Durango while attending Fort Lewis College.

Dual Panthers win events

RANGELY I For the second week in a row, Rangely senior Holly Lepro won the discus competition. The most recent win was in the Palisade meet, held at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction against teams from larger schools.

Lepro sets records, wins discus

RANGELY I Lady Panther senior Holly Lepro broke the meet record and set a personal record in the discus throw, winning the gold medal in the event held March 30 in Cedaredge.

Panthers run, jump, throw

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers track and field team traveled to Grand Junction’s Stocker Stadium on Saturday to run, jump and throw in the Mickey Dunn Invitational.

RBC Track season opens in Rifle

Rangely senior Holly Lepro (above) has been cross-training to prepare for this season after earning a silver medal in the shot put and a bronze in the discus throw at last year’s state meet. Junior Connor Phelan (left) also returns with state experience. He qualified in two relays and the 400-meter dash. The Panthers will compete in Hotchkiss this Saturday.

RBC I With basketball season just finished and snow still melting in Meeker and Rangely, students from both Rio Blanco County high schools started track season in Rifle last Saturday.

Team peaks at right time

Connor Phelan takes the baton from William Scoggins in the 4x400 relay, which took three seconds off their time.

Battle Mountain High School played host to a weekend full of personal records for the Rangely High School Panthers track and field team.