Panthers win two v’ball matches

RANGELY I The lady Panthers won their first two league volleyball matches last week and will host the Soroco Rams from Oak Creek this Friday for Rangely’s 2012 homecoming.

Eight volleyball seniors will lead Lady Panthers

The Rangely High School volleyball team will be led by eight seniors this season including (back) Kellsie Nash, Kelsey Prosser, Quincey Thacker, Brittany Babineaux and Shelby Neiberger. (Front) Leslie Hernandez and Heather Turner. Myriah Moreno is not pictured. The Panthers will travel to Montrose for a scrimmage this Saturday and open the season in Glenwood Springs next week.

RANGELY I Eight seniors will lead the lady Panther volleyball team this year. After two weeks of practice, the team will travel to Montrose this Saturday for a scrimmage before opening the season the following week in Glenwood Springs.

Panthers end season at regionals

Rangely’s only senior Haeley Enterline tries to get the ball past Meeker senior Adrienne Wix’s block. Meeker and Rangely finished third and fourth respectively in the regional tournament ending the season for the Rio Blanco County seniors.

RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team concluded their season last weekend at the regional tournament. The Panthers were hoping for a different outcome and one more week of volleyball, however they should be proud of their accomplishments. The team had to fight hard in the previous two weeks of play to earn their spot in […]

RBC ladies head to regionals

Both Rio Blanco County volleyball teams will represent their schools this Saturday in the state-qualifying regional tournament to be held at Palisade High School. The Cowboys won the district title and the Panthers finished second. Mancos and Telluride will compete against Meeker and Rangely in pool play to determine the top two teams to advance to the Colorado State Volleyball Championships next week in Denver.

RANGELY | The district tournament began with a match against Paonia.

Lady Panthers come back strong

RANGELY I “Strength through adversity,” is how Rangely Panthers volleyball coach Dennis Rohn described his team’s outstanding weekend.

Panthers prep for homecoming

Rangely’s Quincey Thacker spikes a ball against the lady Rams from Soroco, while teammates Aimee Hogan (4), Leslie Hernandez (10) and Shelby Nieberger wait for the return. Photo by TRACY ENTERLINE

RANGELY I The Rangely Panthers only played one match this past weekend against the Soroco Rams and now prepare for a big homecoming weekend against two tough league opponents: Paonia and Vail Mountain.

Pretty in pink …

Photo by Tracy Enterline

The lady Panther volleyball team wore pink jerseys in Paonia to celebrate October’s breast cancer awareness.

Panther volleyball aiming for tourney

RANGELY I The Rangely volleyball team traveled to Meeker last weekend for triangular format play. They had two matches Saturday, both league games, against Vail Christian and Meeker.

Panthers earn big win over Tigers

The Rangely volleyball team came away from the weekend with a big win over the Hayden Tigers, despite having to take the court without without senior Quincy Thacker, who missed the game due to illness, and a rolled ankle that took Brittney Babineaux out of play during the game.

RHS volleyball 2-0 in league play

Photo by Tracy Enterline The RHS volleyball team won two matches last weekend and head coach Dennis Rohn said “everyone contributed to the wins and that is what makes this team special.” Sophomore Aimee Hogan (4) backs up her blockers, senior Haeley Enterline (2), junior Quincey Thacker (11) and sophomore McKale Pennell, in a game against North Park. Rangely will play in Vail Friday and host Meeker and Plateau Valley Saturday, with the two Rio Blanco County teams taking the court at 10 a.m.

RANGELY I The Rangely High School volleyball team started league play last weekend 2 and 0.

RHS volleyball ready to go

tracy enterline Rangely’s only senior on the volleyball team, Haeley Enterline (2), hit a ball over a Denver Lutheran defender during a match in Glenwood Springs.  The Panthers played in Pool A, which featured larger schools; Grand Junction, Grand Junction Central, Glenwood Springs and Denver Lutheran. The lady Panthers gained experience but no wins in the four matches. Rangely will host Basalt Friday.

RANGELY I The Rangely girls’ volleyball team started their season off this past weekend with a very competitive tournament, going up against larger schools from across the state.

Lady Panthers prepped

RANGELY I The Panther volleyball team and new coach Dennis Rohn prepared to kick off the regular season by testing their skills in a series of one hour matches in Montrose last Saturday.