A couple sports photos
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The Monticello High School girls basketball team is moving into region play with a full head of steam.  The Lady Bucks have earned a string of recent wins while fighting through injury and challenge.  Team members include: (top row, left to right) Coach Kaitlyn Motes, Kari Schmidt, Alyssa Reeve, Kiley Tracy, Amy Rogers, Isabell Slade, Coach Kraig Black, Head Coach Ben Wolford. Middle: Tymber Black, Ashley Adair, Davi Bowring, Michaela Wolford, Journey Baird, Atlanta Black. Bottom: Shania Begay, Shaelyn Hart, Allie Maughan, Tristen Esplin and Ellie Thayn.	Courtesy photo
The Monticello High School girls basketball team is moving into region play with a full head of steam. The Lady Bucks have earned a string of recent wins while fighting through injury and challenge. Team members include: (top row, left to right) Coach Kaitlyn Motes, Kari Schmidt, Alyssa Reeve, Kiley Tracy, Amy Rogers, Isabell Slade, Coach Kraig Black, Head Coach Ben Wolford. Middle: Tymber Black, Ashley Adair, Davi Bowring, Michaela Wolford, Journey Baird, Atlanta Black. Bottom: Shania Begay, Shaelyn Hart, Allie Maughan, Tristen Esplin and Ellie Thayn. Courtesy photo
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Local football players received First Team All State honors at a January 4 ceremony at Herriman High School. Those earning First Team All-State honors are: (left to right) San Juan’s Reilley Myrick and Kavika Su’eSu’e, Monticello’s Andrew Torres and Paul DeAnda, and San Juan’s Payton Palmer and Bronz Eldredge. 			Shelby Eldredge photo
Local football players received First Team All State honors at a January 4 ceremony at Herriman High School. Those earning First Team All-State honors are: (left to right) San Juan’s Reilley Myrick and Kavika Su’eSu’e, Monticello’s Andrew Torres and Paul DeAnda, and San Juan’s Payton Palmer and Bronz Eldredge. Shelby Eldredge photo
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