RHS track boys first, girls second

The Rangely High School Panther track team played host to a five-school track and field meet in Rangely on Saturday and one of the highlights of the meet was Rangely’s Brennan Noyes, who is seen here clearing the high jump bar at an impressive 6 feet 4 inches.

RBC I The Rangely High School track team hosted their own invitational on Saturday, and several strong performances emerged as the athlete fought cool windy conditions. The boys won their meet while the girls finished second.

Rangely track teams fare well in JV and Cedaredge track meets

RANGELY I The Rangely High School track and field teams were busy last week, venturing to a junior varsity meet in Glenwood Springs Monday then to Cedaredge on Saturday. The team took 17 athletes to the junior varsity meet, where the athletes were able to complete in different events as well as on their regular […]

Despite break, RHS tracksters do well

RANGELY I Even though Rangely High School was on spring break last week, the track and field team continued to practice and competed in Hotchkiss on Saturday.

Rangely track teams begin; boys 8th, girls 17th

RANGELY I With cold winds, partly cloudy and not overly warm, the Rangely High School track and field teams had their first meet of the year on Friday in Rifle against 21 other teams.


Rangely’s Antoinette Dorris competes in the high jump.

RHS team qualifies 10 for state meet

Panthers qualifying for the state track meet this weekend are in back; Colt Allred (alternate), Dylan McCrorey, Conner Phelan, Andrew Morton and William Scoggins. Front row, Colton Coombs, Dale and Tanner Nielsen, Ethan Allred, Holly Lepro and Aimee Hogan.

RANGELY | “The Rangely track and field team did great last week at the Western Slope Regional meet,” Panther head coach Stephanie Kahler said of her team’s performance, which was good enough to qualify 10 athletes in 13 events, including three relay teams. “We went from four qualifiers last year to 10 this year.”

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.

RHS track team holds on to trophy

For the first time in several years, a high school track meet was held in Rangely last Friday where several athletes earned personal records and the boys’ team won the meet, keeping the first place trophy in town.

RANGELY I Last weekend was Rangely’s  very own “Rangely Open” track meet.  Even though it was a very small meet, the majority of the Panther athletes continued to excel in their times, distances, heights and lengths.

RHS tracksters earn PRs

phrgtrack aimee hogan

RANGELY I This last weekend was filled with personal records for the Rangely High Panthers track and field team. The team traveled early Saturday morning to Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction to participate in the Frank Woodburn Invitational hosted by Palisade High School.

RHS track team kicks off season

— Scoggins, Ficken, Phelan lead Panther tracksters — The RHS Panthers track and field season is off to a great start. Team captains are junior William Scoggins and sophomores Chelsea Ficken and Connor Phelan.

RHS senior trackster …


Though the Rangely Panther Track and Field team has not yet had a meet, we have a promising group of young athletes that we are looking forward to seeing compete this 2012 season. This season we have a very well rounded team. We believe our athletes will excel in every aspect of the sport from […]

Brenton wins track & field national championship

RHS graduate Jason Brenton won a national title in the triple jump last weekend at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships held in Mankato, Minn. Brenton also earned All-American honors for a fifth time, with a fifth place finish in the heptathlon.

RANGELY I After earning All-American honors three times on the Western State College Mountaineer track and field team, Rangely graduate Jason Brenton took three years off from competing in track but returned this year to win a NCAA Division II national title in the triple jump.