Spirit alive and well for Rangely Panthers’ 2013 homecoming

phRHShomecomingRoyaltyFullMembers of the royalty for Rangely’s homecoming court are, from left to right, senior attendants Blade Rose, Mandy Duong, Lucas Heinle, Tessa Slagle; king Cameron Enterline and queen Aimee Hogan; grand marshals Dusty Rose and Irene Rose; crown bearers Caleb Wiley and Halle Harris; junior attendants Colt Allred and Stephaine Tuck; sophomore attendants Kiki Ruiz and Carrie Goodard; and freshman attendants Landon Rowley, Corinne Coombs.

phRHShomecomingVball4McKale Pennell hits a jump set as the Rangely High School volleyball team beat West Grand in three straight games on Friday afternoon.

phRHShomecomingParade2MSEach of the classes at Rangely High School built a float for the homecoming parade. Above, the sophomore class lauded the strength of the football Panthers and thanked the United States military troops. The parade route was well attended by Panther fans, who also turned out in good numbers to cheer on the football team for its homecoming game.

phRHShomecomingBonfireStudents at Rangely Junior/Senior High School and members of the community were in high attendance for the homecoming bonfire on Thursday night at the old Parkview School site.

phRHShomecomingBandMSThe Rangely High School marching band gave a grand performance as they joined the Rangely High School homecoming parade along a route from Highway 64 at Stanolind Ave. to the Rangely Fire Station on Friday.

phRHShomecomingIMG_9928Rangely homecoming parade grand marshal Irene Rose with her sons, Dusty and Claude Rose. Irene and her late husband, Vern, were chosen by Rangely High School Student Council to receive the honor.