Perhaps we will have a clearer picture of the Yuma High School football team after Friday night. The Indians have been at the extreme ends of the spectrum in their first two games — losing 40-0 at top-ranked Limon in the season opener, then returning the favor with a 43-0Continue Reading

Yuma High School’s cross country runners got a taste for what it’s like to compete at the state championships, last Saturday. The YHS girls team and one from the boys’ team competed in the Class 2A Cross Country Championships at the Norris Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs. A totalContinue Reading

Stratton/Liberty wins big, but suffers big loss Second-ranked Stratton/Liberty will be headed to Miami Yoder on Friday for a non-conference game. The Knighted Eagles are 2-0 after last Friday’s 66-27 win over Eads. It was a bittersweet win, however, as senior Jaret Lichty suffered a serious injury early in theContinue Reading

A historical season for Yuma High School cross country became even more so last Thursday. The 2020 campaign already is noteworthy for the combined success of the girls and boys teams in the same season, including both winning team titles at the same meet. Both also have been ranked asContinue Reading

The Yuma and Platte Canyon football teams opened their seasons this past week against the top two teams in Class 1A. Yuma met up with top-ranked Limon on Monday night, suffering a 40-0 loss, while Platte Canyon lost 41-0 to No. 2 Strasburg last Saturday. Now, after such difficult openers,Continue Reading

Top-ranked Stratton/Liberty got its 6-man football season off to a resounding start with a 64-19 home win over the Genoa-Hugo Pirates, last Friday night at Liberty. Now the Knighted Eagles host seventh-ranked Eads, Friday night at Stratton. Kickoff is at 7. “Eads is a very good team that will createContinue Reading

Perhaps the most unusual football season in Yuma High School history kicks off Monday night. The fact that the opener is on a Monday night says it all. “If we can at least play six games, and stay healthy, and the seniors get somewhat of a senior season, I’d sayContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s softball team wrapped up its truncated 2020 season with a pair of doubleheader losses to state bound teams. The Indians, who returned to game action earlier last week after two weeks no practice or games, were swept by Burlington at home, last Thursday, then lost two atContinue Reading