Colorado High School Activities Association unveiled its modified 2020-21 interscholastic athletics and activities calendar, Tuesday afternoon. Cross country will be allowed in the fall season, joining boys golf, cross country and boys tennis. All other sports will take place after the holiday break, with shortened seasons allowing all the sports
Yuma’s 11-12 year old baseball team got in 10 games in July, playing in Brush twice, Sidney, Nebraska, and Torrington, Wyoming, going 6-4. Pictured are: Back row (l-r) — Coach Jordan Sprouse, Reyli Trejo, Eric Wario, coach Steve Wells, Tanner Himes, Brody Sheffield and coach Addison Weathers; front row (l-r)
The Andrews Bros. Seed team swept through the field to capture the 2020 title of the Yuma Recreation Department’s Co-ed Softball League Tournament, last week at the Jeff Armstrong Ball Park Complex. The tournament began with 3 Bros. beating La Tribe 14-5, and 21st Century Equipment knocking off Hangovers, 21-3.
There will be at least one fall sport at Yuma High School for the upcoming school year. Colorado High School Activities Association announced over the weekend that boys golf would could proceed as scheduled. Official practices begin Monday, August 3, and first competitions on Thursday, August 6. That is the
Colorado Governor Jared Polis’ executive order mandating wearing masks in all indoor public spaces has had an impact on workouts and practices at Yuma High School. It was announced over the weekend that all student/athletes going to the morning workouts in the weight room would have to wear masks for
Yuma High School’s sports teams and activities will remain in the same classifications for the 2020-22 two-year cycle. CHSAANow.com released the enrollment numbers and classification ranges last week. The CHSAA database has YHS’s enrollment at 232. That keeps YHS safely within the ranges for all the sports that have five
Three Yuma High School baseball players got to play one last game, last week, after missing all of their senior season due to the COVID-19 outbreak. 2020 graduates Giovanny Rodriguez, Fabian Salcido and Manny Tena participate in the Senior Showcase presented by the Colorado Dugout Club at Aurora High School.
Morning League Points Wright/Mekelburg 30.50 West/Jones 28.50 Faris/Ison 26.50 Packer/Gustafson 25.00 Spellman/Mueller 23.00 Dresen/Ernst 21.50 Snelling/Moore 21.00 Beaman/Probasco 19.50 Probasco/Probasco 17.00 Taylor/Mathies 15.50 Swehla/McClung 12.00 Afternoon A Points Goeglein/Prior 27.00 Packer/Packer 25.00 Baucke/Fix 24.50 Dresen/Moore 24.00 Rayl/Coughlin 23.50 Spellman/Gustafson 22.00 Wright/Mekelburg 22.00 Hoch/Swehla 18.00 Jones/Gissell 17.50 Probasco/Probasco 14.00 Beaman/Probasco 13.00