The Ranger College women’s golf team made history on Thursday by powering its way to a bronze medal finish at the 2021 NJCAA Women’s Division I Golf National Championships om Ormond Beach, Fla. Overall, Ranger College earned the third-place honors at the tournament, which was held May 10-13 at Plantation Bay Golf and Country Club.
Cowley County threw up 44 three-point shots on Friday in front of a large crowd in the Hutchinson Sports Arena. Unfortunately for Ranger Col- lege, 20 of them found their way into the net.
HUTCHINSON, Kansas - Jorell Saterfield and Peyton Rogers-Schmidt pitched in double-double performances on Monday and powered the Ranger College men’s basketball team into the second round of the 2021 NJCAA Division I National Basketball Tournament with an 86-68 victory over Cochise College.
The Ranger High School boys’ and girls’ track teams raced their way to 13th in their respective divisions at the Class 2A Area Track and Field Championships in Rio Vista. Jose Martinez highlighted the Bulldogs’ outing. He accounted for the team’s four points by legging out a fourth-place time in the 800-meter run. He posted a personal best time of 2 minutes, 5.69 seconds in the event. Cordell Mitchell also did well. He was fifth in the 400-meter run with a mark of 53.59. The RHS foursome of Mitchell, Ashton Shope, Nico Farmer and Martinez turned in a time of 3:46.70 and placed seventh in the 4x400-meter relay. Junior Brook Huffman starred for the Lady Bulldogs. She was seventh in the grueling 3,200-meter run, and sixth in the 1,600.
BIG SPRING - As he stepped off the bus and made his way into the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum on Saturday afternoon, Ranger College sophomore Jorell Saterfield flashed a smile and promised everyone it was time to make history.