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.
Rangely High School senior Quincey Thacker has signed with Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, to play volleyball this fall.
RANGELY I When Rangely High School senior Leslie Hernandez signed on to play volleyball for Kansas Wesleyan University, she was doing what she’s always done: staying active and getting involved.
RBC I Two senior volleyball players from Rio Blanco County, one from Meeker and one from Rangely, represented their teams and the Western Slope League last Sunday in Arvada, playing in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) all-state volleyball match.
courtesy photos The lady Panthers volleyball team held its annual end of season banquet Monday and several players were honored by the Western Slope League and the team. Seniors Quincey Thacker and Brittany Babineaux were both named to the all-conference first team and Aimee Hogan was honorably mentioned. Thacker was also named the league and […]
RBC I Rio Blanco County seniors Kaysyn Chintala and Quincey Thacker have been chosen to participate in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) All-State Volleyball games, which will take place on Sunday, Nov. 18, at Arvada West High School in Arvada, Colo.
RANGELY I Because of a league rule that protects the league champion by giving them an automatic bid into the regional tournament, the lady Panthers volleyball team ended its season last weekend at the district tournament in Kremmling.
RANGELY I The lady Panther volleyball team ended the regular season with a 8-2 league record and will enter the district tournament this weekend in Kremmling as the No. 3 seed.
Former Rangely teacher and coach Dave Walck, who now coaches the Grand Valley Cardinals, and his team are pictured with the lady Cowboys all dressed in pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month before the varsity match.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers varsity volleyball team won two more league games last weekend and are currently tied for second in the league with Meeker, who they will play Friday before ending the regular season at home against the current league leader Paonia.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers lost to Vail Mountain at home last Friday but traveled to Walden the next day and beat the lady Wildcats in five games.
RANGELY I The lady Panthers volleyball team traveled to Paonia and Hayden last weekend for two league matches, losing in Paonia but winning in Hayden last Saturday. Rangely will host Vail Mountain Friday in the “Think Pink” game, played in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.