Yuma High School’s wrestlers enjoyed another strong showing in the challenging Class 2A Region 3 Tournament, last weekend in Sterling. The Indians finished third in the final team standings, after finishing second last year, and again qualified eight for the Class 2A State Tournament, Thursday through Saturday at the PepsiContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys basketball team will be looking to put the finishing touches on another perfect run through the Lower Platte Activities Association, Friday night. The Indians, 15-2 entering the final week of the regular season, first host Holyoke today, February 20, in a nonleague game (the first match-upContinue Reading

The postseason begins next week for local high school basketball teams. The Yuma High School boys and girls teams both will have a bye in Tuesday’s first round of the Class 2A District 2 Tournament, as the boys will be the first seed in their bracket, and the girls theContinue Reading

Schedules Yuma High School Wrestling — At Class 2A State Tournament, Thursday-Saturday, February 20-22, Pepsi Center, Denver, 2 p.m. start Thursday, 9 a.m. Friday, 10 a.m. Saturday. Girls Basketball — vs. Holyoke, home, Thursday, February 20, JV 4:30 p.m., Varsity 5:30 p.m.; vs. Haxtun, home, Friday, February 21, JV 4:30Continue Reading

Now is the time for the Yuma High School boys wrestling team to make a statement. The Indians will have 11 grapplers in the Class 2A Region 3 Tournament, Friday and Saturday at the Northeastern Junior College Bank of Colorado Events Center — and one could imagine most, if notContinue Reading

The Yuma High School boys basketball team just keeps grinding out wins. Strong defense and efficient offensive play have the Indians sitting at 14-2 overall, 7-0 in the Lower Platte Activities Association, heading into the final week of the regular season. “Our defensive consistency is a large key to whatContinue Reading

If there was a Class 2A girls wrestling classification, the Yuma High School team would set the standard. “It’s an all-classification tournament, I hope people understand that,” head coach Rory Lynch said. Girls wrestling in Colorado moves from the pilot stage to being a full sanctioned sport next year. However,Continue Reading