Several Rangely High School volleyball players, including Simone Heinle, McKale Pennell, Aimee Hogan and Desiree Coombs (in front row), and Katye Allred and Lindsey Thacker (standing), along with Antoinette Dorris, Chelsea Ficken and Sidney Shaffer, who are not pictured, were recently recognized by the Western Slope League and their coaches.
RANGELY I The Rangely High School volleyball team came out ready to play Friday night in their last home match, which was also senior and parent night against Meeker.
RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team will host Meeker on Friday night in a league rematch and then travel to Paonia to take on the current league leaders.
RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team played Vail Mountain and North Park over the weekend and came up short in both matches. Adding insult to injury was an injury to defensive specialist Simone Heinle Friday night.
RANGELY I The Rangely High School volleyball team went 1-2 on the weekend, playing extremely well in the league match against South Routt County (Soroco), beating them in three straight games to claim the match. Coach Jimmie Mergelman said, “We played really well this game from start to finish.”
RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team had a tough weekend, but certainly saw glimmers of the team they are striving to be. The girls hope to change things around this week for their homecoming matchup against West Grand Saturday.
RANGELY I Rangely volleyball coach Jimmie Mergelman “was pleased with the weekend,” as her team traveled to Glenwood Springs for a tournament. The team gave their coach plenty to be excited about, winning two of four matches and forcing a tough Denver Christian School to three games.