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Sun
16
Dec
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Rangers Basketball

The Ranger basketball team met the Brownfield Cubs half way for a game on Tuesday in Canyon.

The Rangers went into the contest after finishing in second place in the Hugoton Tournament. The second place finish came at a cost, however, as the Rangers’ leading scorer was sidelined with an injury.

Tuesday’s game played close as several Rangers stepped up offensively. Griffin Broswske did not play for the Rangers, who missed his offensive and defensive leadership. He is listed as day-to-day on the injury report. Brownfield’s solid team effort pushed them to victory by the final score of 58-48.

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Thu
13
Dec
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Rangerettes Basketball

The Rangerette basketball team hit the hardwood in Kansas over the weekend and brought home some hardware. The Rettes returned to play in the Blue and Red Classic in Hugoton, KS. The eight-team tournament was a good challenge for the Rangerettes.

The Rettes won two of three games to take third place in the tournament. They also received the award for the best free throw shooting team in the tourney. Rangerette Klaudia Johnson was named to the All-Tournament Team.

Perryton opened play against the Hugoton Lady Eagles junior varsity squad. They cruised to an easy victory, 61-11. The Rettes cranked up the defensive pressure in the win. Graison Moseley led all scorers in the game with 15 points. Johnson posted 10 points. Four Rettes scored 7 points including Hannah North, Gisselle Hernandez, Kate Ramirez and Cassidy Farney.

Thu
13
Dec
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Rangers Basketball

The Ranger basketball team travelled to Hugoton, KS to play in the annual Blue and Red Classic Tournament over the weekend. The tournament is a throw back to years gone by and gives the Rangers a chance to compete against new faces and play a more finesse style of basketball.

Perryton played very well and lost a close game in the finals to place second overall in the tournament. Ranger standout Griffin Brosowske was named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. He was a dominant force in every game and gave the opponents problems. Jose Magallanes was named to the Boys All-Tournament Team for Perryton.

Sun
09
Dec
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Rangerettes destroy the Lady Patriots

Rangerettes Basketball

The Rangerette basketball team hosted the San Jacinto Lady Patriots at home on Tuesday. The Rettes were vastly superior to the Christian academy team from Amarillo and beat them soundly. The Rettes won the game in a rout by the final score of 102-10.

The game was out of hand after the first quarter. Perryton jumped out to the lead of 26-1 at the end of the first period. Gisselle Hernandez led the Rettes with 7 points in the period. Perryton made 3 three-point baskets, 7 twopoint baskets and went 3 for 4 from the line in the quarter.

The Rangerettes turned up the scoring in the second quarter to extend their lead. They led by the score of 56-5 at the half. The Rettes continued to bomb three-point baskets in the quarter. They converted 3 three-point baskets and 7 more two-point baskets in the period. They went 7 for 9 from the charity stripe in the quarter. Graison Moseley led the Rettes with 9 points.

 

 

Sun
09
Dec
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Rangers down Patriots

Rangers Basketball

The Ranger basketball team continued their winning ways at home on Tuesday. The Rangers hosted the San Jacinto Patriots. Perryton stayed in the win column with a second victory after a thrilling one-point win over the Hereford Whitefaces.

Solid defense, diffuse scoring and another outstanding game by Griffin Brosowske led the Rangers to victory. Perryton controlled the action and the flow of the game. The Rangers won going away by the final score of 70-42 as the final buzzer sounded.

The Rangers led 17-8 at the end of the first quarter. Brosowske led the scoring with 11 points for Perryton. Ryan Davis converted two long three-point baskets in the opening quarter.

 

 

Thu
06
Dec
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Rettes capture fifth place in Lorena Tourney

Rangerettes Basketball

The Rangerette basketball team took to the road and travelled south to once again play in the Lorena Tournament over the weekend. The long trip allows the Rettes to bond as a team and play teams they do not typically face in the season. It is a good litmus test for the Rettes.

The Rangerettes played very well at the tournament. The team improved their free throw shooting percentage and won three of their four games. Perryton also capitalized on increased offensive production from different players as they captured fifth place in the tournament.

The Rettes opened play against a team form Waco and won in a nail biter. Perryton pulled out a one-point victory by the final score of 37-36. The Rettes subdued a late charge by Waco to secure the win. Kate Ramirez led the Rangerettes offensively with 9 points. Klaudia Johnson sparked the team with 8 points of her own.

 

 

Thu
06
Dec
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Rangers open their season with a thriller

Rangers Basketball

The Perryton Ranger basketball team opened the season with a thrilling victory on the road at Hereford High School. The Rangers finished with a flurry to win the contest by the final score of 59-58. It was the first game of the season for each team.

The Rangers trailed by the score of 13-11 at the end of the first period. Perryton’s Division I recruit Griffin Brosowske led the Rangers with 9 points in the period. Ryan Davis transitioned from the football field well and scored 2 points.

Perryton narrowed the Whiteface lead to the score of 27-26 at the intermission. Brosowske matched his first quarter total with 9 more points.

 

 

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Sun
02
Dec
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Rettes topped by Lady Greyhounds

Rangerettes Basketball

Early season scoring struggles continued for the Perryton Rangerettes at home on Tuesday. Perryton has played well in all but one quarter of each game this season. Unfortunately, the lack of scoring in that one quarter has stifled the team in the early season.

Perryton hosted the Gruver Lady Greyhounds on Tuesday. The action was the first for each team coming out of the Thanksgiving break. The Rettes struggled in the third quarter of the game and were defeated by the final score of 52-46.

Kynleigh Vela came out with the hot hand for the Rangerettes in the first quarter by scoring 5 points. Those 5 points led each team’s scoring in the period. Hannah North nailed a three-point basket while Kate Ramirez and Cassidy Farney each converted a two-point basket. The Rettes led by the score of 12-10 as the quarter ended.

 

 

Thu
29
Nov
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Lady Cats defeat Rettes

Rangerettes Basketball

It’s a rivalry that spans for years between two competitive teams from closely entwined small towns. The Perryton Rangerettes and the Canadian Lady Wildcats always play each other tough. It seems like each team has stretches of superiority through the years, but the games are always competitive. The annual game is a good match-up for each team.

The Lady Wildcats have controlled the wins over the past three years and that was the case again on Tuesday in Canadian. It was the last game before each squad took a little time off for the Thanksgiving holiday.

 

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Sat
17
Nov
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Lynxettes bite Rettes

The Rangerette basketball team travelled to Spearman for the annual early season showdown between the two teams. The action between the two teams is always competitive and the game provide a good early season test for each squad.

It was a tale of two games on Tuesday. The Rangerettes had a quarter that they wish to forget which allowed Spearman to take a late victory by the final score 40-33.

Perryton controlled the game through the first three quarters. The Rettes had even scoring up and down the roster to lead by the score of 12-11 at the end of the first quarter. Graison Moseley and Hannah North led the totals for Perryton with 3 points each.

 

 

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