Little League…

From left to right are Kevin Wren, Keihlin Myers and Dylan LeBleu of Rangely, who were selected to play in the Little League All-Star Tournament in Grand Junction. They all played for the Colorado River Valley Little League organization. Wren, son of Kyle and J’lyn Wren, pitched, played center field and catcher. Myers, son of Ken and Jenine Myers, played first base, shortstop, third base, pitcher, catcher and outfield. In their last game, he pitched a one-hitter through the fourth inning. Myers and Wren played for the 9-10 year-old team. LeBleu, son of Jerry and Danielle LeBleu, competed on the 11-12 year-old team, having pitched and played third base. That team made the semi finals, finishing third. Being selected is a major honor and commitment for the boys, who all had a great year and are looking toward next season.
From left to right are Kevin Wren, Keihlin Myers and Dylan LeBleu of Rangely, who were selected to play in the Little League All-Star Tournament in Grand Junction. They all played for the Colorado River Valley Little League organization. Wren, son of Kyle and J’lyn Wren, pitched, played center field and catcher. Myers, son of Ken and Jenine Myers, played first base, shortstop, third base, pitcher, catcher and outfield. In their last game, he pitched a one-hitter through the fourth inning. Myers and Wren played for the 9-10 year-old team. LeBleu, son of Jerry and Danielle LeBleu, competed on the 11-12 year-old team, having pitched and played third base. That team made the semi finals, finishing third. Being selected is a major honor and commitment for the boys, who all had a great year and are looking toward next season.
From left to right are Kevin Wren, Keihlin Myers and Dylan LeBleu of Rangely, who were selected to play in the Little League All-Star Tournament in Grand Junction. They all played for the Colorado River Valley Little League organization. Wren, son of Kyle and J’lyn Wren, pitched, played center field and catcher. Myers, son of Ken and Jenine Myers, played first base, shortstop, third base, pitcher, catcher and outfield. In their last game, he pitched a one-hitter through the fourth inning. Myers and Wren played for the 9-10 year-old team. LeBleu, son of Jerry and Danielle LeBleu, competed on the 11-12 year-old team, having pitched and played third base. That team made the semi finals, finishing third. Being selected is a major honor and commitment for the boys, who all had a great year and are looking toward next season.