The Rangely Hurricanes took 18 swimmers to the Western Slope League meet in Grand Junction, and, according to their coach, “The kids all improved and did a great job.” Kenzie Varner, Nora Gianinetti, Riley Reeves and Laurie Ward, pictured above, placed third in the 100 free relay. The 8-and-under boys’ team finished second in the 100 medley and Corbin Lucero won a silver medal in the 50 free at the WSL meet. Patrick Scoggins now has six qualifying times for the Junior Olympics and returned with six WSL medals. Andrew Scoggins also qualified to swim in the Junior Olympic meet Friday and eight Hurricanes will swim in the Summer Club State Championships held in Canon City in two weeks.
RANGELY I During the summer, 15-year-old Angelica “Geli” Brown puts in about three-and-a-half hours in the pool each day. Depending on her team’s schedule, she’ll swim “ladders,” or sets of increasingly longer lengths, to build […]
The Rangely Hurricanes seasonal swimming team entered the season with four consecutive seasonal club state championship titles for small teams.
RANGELY I Rangely swimmers did very well at the 2015 Western Slope League Championships held during the past weekend in Grand Junction. Fifteen Rangely swimmers placed at the meet, and they were led by 15-year-old […]