KEMMERER— The Rangers basketball team had a rough time Jan. 10-11, during the Fossil Country Classic, going 1-3 in the tournament. “Overall the effort was good, and attitudes were good, even though we came up short,” said coach Jim Grosulak. The Rangers started out playing against Cokeville, following the Lady Rangers’ game, coming up short 50-55. The Rangers rounded out the night of competing on Friday, Jan. 10, playing against Little Snake River. After the first quarter the Rangers were leading by one, but by the end of a neck and neck battle the Rangers fell short 59-55 and finished out the day 0-2.
The Rangers came back into the competition Saturday, Jan. 10 with a fire in their soul and played against Rock River, winning 45-31. After another hard-fought battle, the Rangers fell short to Farson-Eden to end the tournament 40-36. The Rangers will be back in action on Friday, Jan. 17, against Pinedale at home, and Saturday, Jan. 18, at Farson.