Yuma High School’s boys wrestling team will be looking to build week to week toward the postseason now that the 2021-22 campaign has resumed. The Indians finally made their home debut this past Tuesday with a dual against Burlington in The Pit. It was a success before a raucous crowdContinue Reading

Lone Star’s girls basketball team came out of the holiday break last week with a pair of wins. The Longhorns now are 6-2 overall and 2-0 in the YWKC League. They are No. 8 in the Class 1A Rating Percentage Index, and No. 6 in the 1A Top 10. TheyContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls JV basketball team returned from the holiday break with a pair of home wins, last weekend. The Indians claimed a 37-12 win last Friday against Haxtun. Jazmin Sotelo had 10 points, Hailey Eyring eight points and three steals, Alina Moran eight points and three steals, LiddyContinue Reading

The gauntlet of Lower Platte Activities Association basketball begins this week. Six of the LPAA’s girls teams are ranked in the Top 10 as the season resumes in 2022. Sedgwick County is ranked No. 4 in Class 2A, Holyoke No. 5, Yuma No. 7 and Wray No. 9. Plus, AkronContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s wrestling teams will resume the 2021-22 season on Saturday. The boys team will be at the Ogallala Tournament in Nebraska. It is a dual tournament, with Yuma in the same pool as Ogallala, Gothenburg, Bridgeport and Limon. Sidney, Mitchell, Wray, Alliance and Mullen are in the otherContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys basketball team is one long-range shot away from having a perfect Christmas. As it stands, the Indians still are in great shape for the holiday break, going 5-1 in December — their lone loss coming in a double-overtime loss to Eaton on a last-second 3-pointer lastContinue Reading

It will be a very Merry Christmas for the Yuma High School girls basketball team. The Indians gave themselves a nice present with an encouraging December, during which they went 4-2 against stiff competition. The schedule does not get any easier when the season resumes in 2022, but head coachContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s boys wrestling team has been short-handed in December, but should be rearing to go when the season resumes in 2022. “Hopefully after Christmas we’ll be close to a full team,” head coach Kyle Newton said. Injuries and sickness, and some other factors, have limited the number ofContinue Reading

Yuma High School’s girls wrestling team closed out December with a solid showing at the Jimmy John’s NCCT on the University of Northern Colorado campus in Greeley. Yuma finished 17th in the 40-team field with 40 points. Chatfield won the team title with 136 points, while Loveland had 105, DiscoveryContinue Reading

So far, so excellent for the Yuma High School boys basketball team. The Indians are 4-0 entering the final weekend of 2021 portion of the 2021-22 season. All their wins have come by double digits. They are ranked No. 2 in Class 2A, and are No. 1 in the early-seasonContinue Reading