This week is road trip time for the Yuma High School girls basketball team. The Indians went 4-10 in the shortened 2021 Season B, but still made the 24-team Class 2A playoff field thanks to a terrific strength of schedule. In fact, head coach Jeremy Robinson jokingly noted that theContinue Reading

The Lone Star girls basketball team is in the Class 1A playoffs for the second straight season. The Longhorns reached the Sweet 16 last year, and were one half away from a Great 8 berth when Fleming rallied in the second half. They have another opportunity today, March 11, asContinue Reading

Mia Dischner has made Yuma High School sports history. She qualified last week at regional for the Colorado Girls State Wrestling Championships, which will be held today, March 11, in Pueblo. “(Dischner) has a chance to make the finals for sure,” head coach Kyle Newton said. Dischner and three ofContinue Reading

State aspirations will be on the line when the Yuma High School boys wrestling team competes in the Class 2A Region 3 Tournament, Friday and Saturday at Akron High School. However, the Indians will be without two of their brethren as they have been put in quarantine and will missContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys basketball players were at their traditional team lunch last Friday when the word came — the rest of their regular season would be canceled due to a confirmed COVID-19 case. Coach Dave Sheffield was just getting ready to go across the street to the meal whenContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls wrestling team will be missing two of its crew when the Indians compete at regional at Coronado High School, Friday and Saturday. The Indians had a premature end to their regular season as they did not attend last Saturday’s quadrangular. School officials decided to not sendContinue Reading

The Otis High School boys basketball team is wrapping up this most unusual Season B on Saturday. The Bulldogs will play Prairie at home. They first were scheduled to play in Briggsdale, but the school announced Wednesday the game had been moved to Otis. They had two wins entering thisContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls JV basketball team got in only one game last weekend. After Friday’s game with Peyton was canceled, the Indians barely squeaked by Wiggins, 29-27, last Saturday afternoon on the Tigers’ homecourt. Caddis Robinson had five points and five rebounds, Hailey Eyring five points, Liddy Day fourContinue Reading

Apparently, the Yuma High School girls basketball team just likes having all the attention. With all other YHS sports — boys basketball and girls and boys wrestling — on hold this weekend, the Indians enjoyed their first winning streak of the shortened 2021 Season B, building on Friday’s home winContinue Reading