Yuma High School boys basketball team had two selections to the 2019-20 All-Lower Platte Activities Association basketball team. The Indians won the league for the third straight year, running its LPAA winning streak to 24. Wray and Sedgwick County each ended up with the most selections with three. Yuma All-LPAAContinue Reading

The Yuma High School girls basketball team ended up with a total of three selections to the 2019-20 All-Lower Platte Activities Association basketball team. Yuma had two on the All-LPAA team and one honorable mention. League champion Holyoke and Wray each had three on the All-LPAA team. Yuma All-LPAA ReaganContinue Reading

The Lone Star girls, who won the program’s first league title in decades this past season, dominated the All-YWKC League Basketball Team selections. The Longhorns had four on the all-conference team, and two more honorable mention. They came one half away from reaching the state tournament this season, and returnContinue Reading

At first local spring sports were on hiatus until at least April 6, following the announcement last Thursday by the Colorado High School Activities Association. However, CHSAA followed up this past Tuesday with an announcement that high school spring sports will be delayed until at least April 18. The ColoradoContinue Reading

From CHSAANow.com All spring sports and activities will be suspended until early April to address concerns surrounding the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, CHSAA commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green announced on Thursday. The 2020 spring sports season — including all practices and competition — the state speech tournament, and student leadership’s Advisor U areContinue Reading

Well, it has to happen some time, and unfortunately for this year’s Yuma High School girls basketball team, it was finally the one to see an eight-year run to the 2A state tournament come to an end. The Indians were knocked out in the regional semifinals, last Friday in Rye,Continue Reading

Only one Yuma High School wrestler made it on the All-Lower Platte Activities Association team, which was recently released. The LPAA determines its all-conference selections in wrestling based on the top placer in each weight at regional. Therefore, Wray dominated the selections with eight. Wiggins and Sedgwick County/Fleming each hadContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys basketball team could not capitalize on being the top seed in district. Because of that, their punishment is having to take a trip to picturesque Vail for regional action this weekend. “Our region is set up well for us,” head coach Dave Sheffield said. “I likeContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls basketball team is hitting the road for a chance to advance to the Class 2A State Tournament for the ninth straight year. And the Indians are going to a familiar place — at least for the players that also were on the volleyball team. They willContinue Reading