Rangely Panthers…

The Rangely Panthers lost their final game of 2014 by a narrow 34-32 margin in a slow, deliberate match this past weekend against South Routt County (Soroco). Colt Allred, above, had 16 points and another excellent game. Rangely coach Jeremy Cantrell said, “I liked our defensive game plan. Soroco did a good job of making adjustments throughout the game. We have learned a lot in the first five weeks and I am proud of the guys’ willingness to learn. 2015 is going to be exciting because the 20 guys in our program are going to get better every time we have a practice or game.” Rangely will host Plateau Valley Jan. 9.
The Rangely Panthers lost their final game of 2014 by a narrow 34-32 margin in a slow, deliberate match this past weekend against South Routt County (Soroco). Colt Allred, above, had 16 points and another excellent game. Rangely coach Jeremy Cantrell said, “I liked our defensive game plan. Soroco did a good job of making adjustments throughout the game. We have learned a lot in the first five weeks and I am proud of the guys’ willingness to learn. 2015 is going to be exciting because the 20 guys in our program are going to get better every time we have a practice or game.” Rangely will host Plateau Valley Jan. 9.
The Rangely Panthers lost their final game of 2014 by a narrow 34-32 margin in a slow, deliberate match this past weekend against South Routt County (Soroco). Colt Allred, above, had 16 points and another excellent game. Rangely coach Jeremy Cantrell said, “I liked our defensive game plan. Soroco did a good job of making adjustments throughout the game. We have learned a lot in the first five weeks and I am proud of the guys’ willingness to learn. 2015 is going to be exciting because the 20 guys in our program are going to get better every time we have a practice or game.” Rangely will host Plateau Valley Jan. 9.