Yuma High School’s track and field athletes finally are staying plenty busy, and just in time as the Class 2A Track and Field Championships are just one week away. The Indians had back-to-back meets in Holyoke, late last week, and were at the rescheduled Tom Meyer Invitational in Akron thisContinue Reading

Maybe, just maybe, the Yuma High School baseball team can sneak into the top eight of the Class 2A RPI. If so, the Indians will find themselves hosting a four-team regional on May 21, with a chance to advance to the state quarterfinals the following weekend. They have some difficultContinue Reading

The Otis baseball team is advancing in the Class 1A postseason. The Bulldogs, 9-7, found themselves as the 13th seed in the 16-team field when it was released on CHSAANow.com on Monday. They will be at fourth-seed Dove Creek, located about 560 miles away, north of Cortez and located nearContinue Reading

Lone Star’s track and field athletes had back-to-back meets, late last week. The Longhorns competed in the LPAA League Meet last Saturday at Holyoke, with the girls team likely winning the team title. Alivia Weathers was a four-time champion, winning the 100-meter hurdles in 16.87 seconds, the 300-meter hurdles inContinue Reading

The regular season is over for the Yuma High School girls golf team. Next up is the Class 3A regional at Marianna Butte in Loveland on May 23. However, only two golfers remain on the team, Jailyn Mekelburg and Aspen Chadwick Still, the golfers were busy was three tournaments overContinue Reading

Weather conditions, particularly strong winds, continue to wreak havoc on the local high school track and field season. The YHS track athletes have not competed in meets the past two Saturdays due to the winds. The Akron Tim Meyer Invitational was rescheduled to Tuesday, May 10. The followed on theContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s baseball team keeps plugging along as the calendar turns to May, hoping to put it all together before the postseason begins later this month. The Indians are 7-8 as they travel to Holyoke on Saturday for two against the Dragons, then host Brush for a single gameContinue Reading

Otis High School’s baseball team made it to the Class 1A District 4 semifinals, this week. The Bulldogs are 9-7 after bowing out of the district tournament. They opened tourney play Tuesday with a 15-2 win over Fleming. However, they lost Friday to Haxtun, 13-1. Merino, which beat Caliche inContinue Reading

Lone Star’s track and field athletes totaled 21 points at the Haxtun Relays, held April 26 in Holyoke. The girls team scored 15 points. Alivia Weathers swept the hurdles, winning the 100s in 16.97 seconds, and the 300s in 49.26 seconds. She also won the triple jump with a distanceContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s track and field teams did not even bother going to Kersey on Saturday for the Platte Valley Meet. After repeatedly competing in high-wind conditions, the Indians stayed home last Saturday and instead competed in the Haxtun Relays held on Holyoke this past Tuesday. The temperature reached theContinue Reading