Yuma High School track and field teams have back-to-back meets this week. The Indians are at the Holyoke Invitational today, May 27, then travel west on Friday for the Weld Central meet. They will be looking to continue the strong performances they have been putting up early in the shortened
Yuma High School’s baseball team needs to get offensive. The Indians have played fairly solid ball overall in Season D, but the one constant in the current six-game losing streak is the inability to string together runs. Yuma dropped both games of its home-opening doubleheader, last Saturday to Wiggins, then
Lone Star, Otis, Stratton/Liberty and Arickaree/Woodlin were among the 27 schools to compete in the 57th Warren Mitchell Invitational, last Saturday in Limon. The Lone Star girls had a great day, scoring 40 points to finish fifth in the team standings. Lamar won the girls team title with 75 points.
The Otis High School baseball team will be getting in a lot of games in coming days. The Bulldogs were 4-3 heading into this past Tuesday’s home doubleheader against Dayspring Christian. They are at Prairie for two today, May 27, and host Eads for a twin bill on Tuesday, June
Maybe the Yuma High School baseball team just needs some home cooking. The Indians finally make their home debut Saturday when they host Wiggins for a Lower Platte Activities Association doubleheader, starting at 10 a.m. Yuma has played its first five games away from the friendly confines of Tribe Field,
Lone Star’s track and field teams competed in the Tom Meyer Invitational in Akron, last Friday. Final team points were not available, but the Lone Star girls enjoyed a strong day under nice conditions. Pole vault was a big point-getter for the Longhorns as Andrea Kuntz cleared 9-foot-2 for first