Photos: Cubs football vs Steamboat and Craig
H’ABBA good time at “Mamma Mia!”
Middle Park High School’s performance of “Mamma Mia!” opens 7 p.m. Thursday.
Additional performances are on 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Masks, distancing between parties and reservations are required at bit.ly/3se73GE.
Tickets are available at the door at $10 for adults, $5 for youth and free for East Grand students and staff.
Photos: Panther girls vs. Bruce Randolph
The Middle Park girls basketball team cruised to victory 63-14 on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, at home vs. Bruce Randolph.
Photos: Middle Park boys vs. Bruce Randolph
The Middle Park boys basketball team defeated Bruce Randolph 65-42 at home on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021 for the Panthers’ fifth win of the season. In the game, Seth Holestine led all scorers with 24 points, including five 3s, while sophomores Corbin Solomon (12 points) and Ryan Bole (10 points) also hit double-digit scoring figures.
Photos: Wolford Ice Fishing Tournament catches big crowd
United in Purple: Photos of West Grand, Middle Park boys basketball
In the schools’ annual United in Purple boys basketball game, West Grand took a three-point lead into halftime. However, Middle Park battled back to win 61-54 Monday, Feb. 15, 2021 in Kremmling. | Eli Pace / email@example.com
Photos: Middle Park vs. West Grand girls hoops
Middle Park traveled to Kremmling on Monday to face West Grand in the team’s annual, cross-county Get United In Purple game. The Panthers won the matchup 54-23.
Photos: Granby Elementary goes for 2,021 cross-country laps
CPRA Rodeo still a wild ride at reduced capacity (photos)
The Colorado Pro Rodeo Association Rodeo may have seen a smaller audience than most years, but riders and the crowd alike still enjoyed the show Saturday.
Hosted at the Middle Park Fairgrounds as part of the annual festivities, the sold-out rodeo had a maximum capacity of 125 spectators due to COVID-19 regulations.
Along with events including bareback riding, steer wrestling and mutton busting for children, the rodeo featured performances by the Evergreen Rodeo Drill Team and the 5280 Trick & Fancy Riding Team.
Results (subject to audit)
1. Jayce Harrison (64 seconds)
1. Talon Sterkel (5.4)
2. Logan Kenline (5.5)
3. Seth Peterson (6.5)
Tie Down Roping
1. Pecos Tatum (9.4)
2. Kyle Belew (9.7)
3. Kasen Brennise (9.8)
1. Shelby Logan (2.5)
2. Marcy Bate (2.7)
3. Mikayla Wilson (2.9)
1. Denton Ward (71)
2. Andrew Schneider (65)
3. Casey Guerrier (47)
Mixed Team Roping
1. Willow Nicholas (7.6)
2. Marcy Bate (18.3)
3. Brittney McNaney (25.3)
Team Roping Header
1. Eric Martin (7.5)
2. Travis Bounds (7.7)
3. Brett Tatum (12.2)
3. Tuff Ramsey (12.2)
Team Roping Heeler
1. Jason Gilchrist (7.5)
2. Joe Roderick (7.7)
3. Hank Bounds (12.2)
3. Pecos Tatum (12.2)
1. Keylie Tatum (18.04)
2. Kaitlynn Hayes (18.60)
3. Dalene Harthan (18.66)
No qualified rides
Photos: 4-H kids bring some purr-sonality to cat show
This year’s 4-H cat show at the Middle Park Fair and Rodeo featured the biggest group of participants yet.
The children brought their cats in decorated crates, and the participants wore costumes to match. The kids got creative by tying in face masks with their costumes.
One by one, the participants answered questions asked by the judge and demonstrated their cat-handling abilities by lifting their feline, showing off its teeth and displaying its ears.
The Middle Park Fair and Rodeo continues through Sunday. Events include the 4-H horse speed events and queen’s barrel race Wednesday; the swine and beef shows Thursday; the sheep, goat and llama shows Friday; and the live auction and CPRA rodeo Saturday.
For more, go to www.middleparkfairandrodeo.com.