Four Panthers to state

Matt Scoggins The Rangely Panthers qualified four athletes for the 2011 Colorado State Track and Field Championship, starting today in Denver. Sophomore William Scoggins will be running the 3200, senior Marie Morton will be competing both in the shot put and discus, senior Victoria Phelan will be competing in the triple jump and freshmen Andrew Morton will in the high jump. Events begin this Thursday and conclude on Saturday.

The 2011 Panther track season has come to the end for all but four athletes. Rangely will be sending two seniors, one sophomore and one freshman to the state track meet this weekend in Denver.

Final chance to qualify for state track

This year, in order to qualify for the Colorado State Track and Field Championships, an athlete must post a time or distance in the top 18 in the state as there is no longer a regional meet where the top three times/distances qualify.

Panthers run in Utah

Rangely senior Cole Barlow finished fourth in the 200-meter dash with a time of 24.11. Photo by Cody Brunton

The Rangely High School track and field team traveled to Vernal, Utah for the Uintah Invitational meet and then to Grand Junction for Palisade’s annual Frank Woodburn meet last weekend.

RHS competes at Cedaredge

This last weekend, the Rangely High School track and field team traveled to Cederedge to compete in their 11th annual invitational meet.

Rangely Tracksters open in Hotchkiss

Photo by Amanda Aehehart. Freshman Aimee Hogan finished eighth in both the 100- and 300-meter hurdles.

Coming back from spring break with one full week of practice the Rangely track team opened the season in Hotchkiss last Saturday.

RHS seniors compete in three events at state

RANGELY I The Rangely track team was fortunate enough to take two hard-working senior athletes to the State Track and Field Championships this past weekend. Logan Osborne qualified for the 300 hurdles and Audrey Hogan qualified for both the 800 run and the 1,600 run.

Rangely boys eighth, girls 12th at regionals

Members of the Rangely High School boys’ and girls’ track teams. Two members - Audrey Hogan and Logan Osborne - qualified for the state meet.

RANGELY I This past weekend the regional track meet was held in Grand Junction’s Stocker Stadium.

Rangely track team competes at Craig

RANGELY I The Panther track team went to Craig to compete at the 2010 Clint Wells Invitational. Here are highlights: For the boys’ team, junior Cole Barlow broke his personal record for the 200 dash. He managed to break 24 seconds with a time of 23.96, taking eighth place overall.

Panther boys take fourth; girls seventh at Vernal

RANGELY I The Panther track team went across the state line to compete against Utah teams in Vernal last Friday. The boys’ team placed fourth out of 10 teams with 40 points. The girls’ team placed seventh out of 10 teams with 30 points.

Hogan concentrates on sport of the season

Jeff Burkhead Rangely senior Audrey Hogan excels both in the classroom and athletically. She competes in three sports and ranks second in her class.

RANGELY I It’s volleyball season, so that’s Audrey’s Hogan’s favorite sport. If it was winter, then basketball would be her favorite sport. Whatever sports season it is at the time, that’s her favorite.