Many of the top senior (now graduated) six-man football players across the state will be getting together in Hugo on Saturday for the 2023 Colorado 6-Man All-State Football Game. This is the sixth edition of the game that puts the spotlight on the stand-out players from the smallest classification. PriorContinue Reading

There were not any state titles this year, but the Yuma High School track and field athletes again had strong showing at the Class 2A Track and Field Championships, last week at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood. The boys, the two-time defending 2A champs, racked up 40.5 points to finishContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls golf is back in the Class 3A State Tournament. Junior Jailyn Mekelburg pulled out a personal best at regional, this past Monday in Sterling, shooting a 54-50-104 to qualify for state, which will be held at the Aspen Golf Club. She and her coaches will goContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s baseball team, which spent most of the spring on the wrong end of the final score, came tantalizingly close to advancing to the Class 2A quarterfinals. It was a fun run in Fowler for the regional round, with the 27th-seed upsetting the host Grizzlies 8-7 in theContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s baseball team will be facing more challenges in the coming weeks. Yuma is at home Saturday for a doubleheader against Holyoke. The Dragons entered this week with a 7-4 record and ranked No. 5 in the Class 2A Rating Percentage Index. Yuma also plays a non-league gameContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s track and field teams are nearing the end of the regular season. Yuma hosts the HWAY Meet on Saturday, starting at 10 a.m. Yuma competed in back-to-back meets last week, getting home late Friday from the Haxtun Relays held in Holyoke, then up early the next morningContinue Reading

The Otis High School baseball team is playing for its regional seeding, this week in the district tournament. The 1A Bulldogs improved to 10-6 and advanced to Friday’s District 5 semifinals, after a 12-10 win this past Tuesday over Caliche, played in Haxtun. Unfortunately, their stay in district ended Friday,Continue Reading

The Otis High School track and field athletes will be in Yuma on Saturday after competing last Saturday in the Tom Meyer Akron Invitational. The Bulldogs had several placing efforts in Akron. Peyton Wells whipped the discus 123-7 to take first place. He was seventh in the shot put atContinue Reading