Ethan Allred lone Panther wrestler headed to state

RANGELY I Only one member of the Rangely High School Panther wrestling team, senior Ethan Allred, qualified for the 2015 Colorado State Wrestling Championships in Denver, starting today in the Pepsi Center.

Panther grapplers set for regionals

RANGELY I With only four wrestlers, the Rangely High School Panther wrestling team did not win any duals at the Meeker dual meet tournament last Saturday but they gained valuable mat experience that they will use this weekend in the state-qualifying regional tournament.

Rangely grapplers do well in Ignacio; Meeker tourney looms

Ethan Allred, a 170-pound wrestler for Rangely High School, grapples with an opposing wrestler on the road in Ignacio over the weekend. Allred won two dual matches by forfeit and won all four of his Butch Melton Invitational Tournament matches by pinning each of his opponents.

RANGELY I Only three Rangely wrestlers traveled to Ignacio, in the southwest corner of Colorado, and, according to coach Jeff Heinle, all gained valuable experience for the upcoming regional tournament.

Rangely sends four grapplers to meet; all place

RANGELY I Four members of the Rangely High School Panther wrestling team took part in the annual Carl Ramunno Memorial Tournament in Steamboat Springs, and all four placed in the top three, including one champion.

RHS mat men Peters, Allred win

RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panther wrestling team hosted the second annual Vern Rose Memorial Tournament on Saturday with only four wrestlers entered. Two of those won individual titles.

RHS grapplers visit Hotchkiss, Delta

RANGELY I Four Rangely High School Panthers wrestled in a dual against Hotchkiss on Friday before competing in the Delta tournament on Saturday. The Panthers were shut out by the Hotchkiss Bulldogs but wrestled better in Delta.

RHS wrestlers win match

RANGELY I With only five wrestlers, the Rangely High School Panthers opened the season at the Colorado Mesa University Duals in Grand Junction. Although the Panthers only won one dual, the Panthers won their fair share of matches.

RHS grapplers open mat season at CMU Duals

RANGELY I The Rangely High School Panther wrestling team will open its mat season in Grand Junction at the Colorado Mesa University Duals with six wrestlers, as they wait for another to heal from a football injury.

State Wrestling Tournament 2014

Panthers Heinle and Allred win matches at state

Rangely head wrestling coach Jeff Heinle coached his son, Lucas, a senior, and Panther junior Ethan Allred in the 2014 Colorado State Wrestling Championships. Lucas Heinle qualified for the state meet all four years of his high school career and qualified as a regional champion this year. Allred qualified for the “Big Show” for a second time, finishing one match away from the medal round. He will return to the team next year.

RANGELY I Panther senior Lucas Heinle and junior Ethan Allred qualified for the 2014 Colorado State Wrestling Championships, and, although both won at least one match, neither placed in their respective weights.

Heinle wins regional title

Panther senior Lucas Heinle qualified for the Colorado State Wrestling Championships for a fourth time and his first as a regional champion. Heinle won the 145-pound Region 1 bracket.

RANGELY I Panther senior Lucas Heinle will represent his school for a fourth time in the Colorado State Wrestling Championships, which start today at 3 p.m. at the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver.

Panthers change travel plans, place four in Norwood

RANGELY I Weather caused a change in plans for the Rangely Panthers’ wrestling team. The team was scheduled to wrestle in Crowley County, but a winter storm forced them to cancel the trip over the Continental Divide. Instead, they wrestled in a tournament in Norwood the week before the state-qualifying regional tournament.