The Yuma High School boys basketball team will roll out the ball on a promising 2021-22 season this weekend. Yuma returns nearly everyone from last season, which ended in the Class 2A semifinals to the eventual state champion. “I like where we are at going into our season opener,” coachContinue Reading

It is going to be fast times for the Yuma High School girls basketball team in the 2021-22 season. Head coach Jeremy Robinson has implemented an uptempo system this season in an effort to generate more offense. He said so far he likes what he has seen. “It’s just theContinue Reading

Kyle Newton said he likes what he is seeing from the Yuma High School boys wrestling team. “Everything’s been really great,” the head coach said of the preseason practices. “I think it gets better every year. It’s starting to click with these guys, they’re understanding what we’re wanting to do.”Continue Reading

Girls high school wrestling is growing rapidly. And there is no better example of it than right here at Yuma High School. There are 13 ready to wrestle in the upcoming season-opening weekend, and a few more who will eventually be ready for competition. Brandon Newton, who has helped theContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s volleyball season came to an end last Friday in the regional round. The Indians won their first match in five sets over Rangely, but saw their season conclude with a three-set loss to third-seed Fowler, who advanced to the Class 2A State Tournament, Thursday through Saturday inContinue Reading

The Yuma High School softball team got one player on the 2021 All-LPAA Team. A total of 12 players were selected to the First Team, and five more received honorable mention. Yuma’s Samatha Wells was named to the First Team. The senior played short stop and catcher for the Indians.Continue Reading

The Arickaree/Woodlin football team saw its season come to an end in the first round fo the 6-man playoffs. The 10th-seed Indian Mustangs traveled to Cheraw last Saturday, suffering a 54-22 loss to the seventh-seed Wolverines. They trailed 20-6 after the first quarter, and were outscored 34-0 over the nextContinue Reading

The Otis High School volleyball team picked up one win at regional, but still saw its season come to an end in Stratton. The Bulldogs opened Class 1A Region F play against the host team, losing in three sets to the Eagles, 21-25, 23-25, 17-25. Statistics were not available. However,Continue Reading

Yuma High School’s football team likely can secure a playoff berth if it can win its 2021 regular season finale, Friday night at Holyoke. The Indians have lost three of four North Central Conference contests, including last Friday’s 13-7 home heartbreaker to ancient rival Wray, dropping to 4-4 overall. However,Continue Reading