Meeker Mustangs …

Katie Lockwood photo The Meeker Mustangs played their only home game of the season Saturday. A blustery fall day was enjoyed by players and fans alike at Starbuck Stadium. The junior Mustangs (third/fourth grade) came away with a hard fought 7-6 win over a tough team from Parachute. Coaches attributed the win to dedication to basics and good old fashioned hard work. They now stand proud with a record of 2-1. The senior Mustangs (fifth/sixth grade) did not fare quite as well. A tough undefeated Rifle team showed up and left the Meeker squad with an overall record of 1-2. Practice this week should prove to be grueling as coaches want these young men to be prepared next week. Please plan to attend the games next Saturday at Parachute—Grand Valley High School. Juniors will battle New Castle at 10 a.m. Senior Mustangs will be playing Coal Ridge at 2 p.m. Coaches and players welcome you to show up and view a fine display of sportsmanship.
Katie Lockwood photo
The Meeker Mustangs played their only home game of the season Saturday. A blustery fall day was enjoyed by players and fans alike at Starbuck Stadium. The junior Mustangs (third/fourth grade) came away with a hard fought 7-6 win over a tough team from Parachute. Coaches attributed the win to dedication to basics and good old fashioned hard work. They now stand proud with a record of 2-1. The senior Mustangs (fifth/sixth grade) did not fare quite as well. A tough undefeated Rifle team showed up and left the Meeker squad with an overall record of 1-2. Practice this week should prove to be grueling as coaches want these young men to be prepared next week. Please plan to attend the games next Saturday at Parachute—Grand Valley High School. Juniors will battle New Castle at 10 a.m. Senior Mustangs will be playing Coal Ridge at 2 p.m. Coaches and players welcome you to show up and view a fine display of sportsmanship.