The 2020 Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games have been canceled. The annual prep event features outgoing senior athletes in a variety of sports, including football, basketball and softball. Traditionally, it has been held in June, but in light of the coronavirus outbreak this year’s games were moved in
Yuma High School began morning workouts for its student/athletes — keeping groups small and going at different times — earlier this month. YHS then introduced team activities in the evening last week. YHS Athletic Director Michael Dischner said the district received some updated guidelines from the Yuma County COVID Taskforce.
Assignments for returning coaches for the 2020-21 school year were approved by the Yuma School District-1 Board of Education, Monday night during its regular monthly meeting. The list was split into district employees and non-district employees who coach. We will just break it down into sports, beginning the fall. Yuma
The Yuma Summer Recreation leagues began play this week, though on a limited and restricted basis. Adult Co-Ed Softball got going Monday night and played again Wednesday. Unfortunately, we missed getting photos of girls softball earlier on Monday, but will catch them soon. We were around the first day of
Yuma High School student-athletes got back into the weight room this week. Wednesday morning was the first day for the workouts, after YHS’s plan was approved by the Yuma County Task Force last Friday. “It’s just going to be nice to get them moving again,” YHS athletic director Michael Dischner
Yuma High School is working in concert with the other high schools in Yuma County to develop a plan allowing student/athletes to get in workouts this summer. YHS Athletic Director Michael Dischner said the schools are working together with the Yuma County Task Force. He said the task force has