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Monticello senior Logan Draper (#2) leads a pack of Region 23 runners in the third heat of the 100 meter in the region championship meet in Monticello May 11. In hot pursuit are Monument Valley junior Doreon Chee (#5) and Whitehorse sophomore Sebastian White (#1). Brad Bunker photo
The 2022 Region 23 Track and Field Championship held in Monticello on Wednesday, May 11 was an exciting prelude to the upcoming state championships to be held May 20-21 in Provo, UT. To qualify for state in the 1A classification, athletes must place in the top four individually, the top two in a...
The San Juan High School baseball team finished the 2022 regular season with a 15-8 overall record. They were ranked third in the 2A ranks and were expected to make some noise at the state tournament. But after surprising back-to-back upset losses to Parowan and North Summit in their first two...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The Monticello High School golf team hosted Region 23 opponents this past Wednesday, May 4 at the Hideout Golf Course. It was supposed to be the second match at the Hideout this season, but when the Buckaroos’ home match on April 22 was cancelled due to poor weather...
San Juan boys tennis player Kaleb Johnson returns a volley in a recent home match. The Broncos have the Region 19 Championship this Friday, May 13 with state set for May 20-21 in Salt Lake City. Timothy Perkins photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor As the San Juan High School boys tennis team winds down their season and heads into the postseason, they’re still looking for their first overall win of the year. But they have strung together several set wins throughout the season. Against Carbon in Price April 20...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor After the first weekend of the 2022 2A Utah State baseball and softball tournaments, two of the three teams representing San Juan County are still in contention for championships. Though the Monticello baseball team’s season came to a close with tough losses to...
Whitehorse senior Weston Manygoats (#5) and Monticello sophomore Jesse Pettit (#14) stroke the track as they represent San Juan County at the BYU Invitational on May 6. Manygoats won this 1600-meter heat and ultimately finished 49th overall in the 1600 final. Local athletes had several excellent performances at the event. Brad Bunker photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor Track and field teams representing San Juan County traveled to Provo this past Friday, May 6 for the annual Mr. Mac / BYU Invitational on the Clarence Robison Track. The event is without question the largest and most prestigious each year and can be a bit overwhelming...
Monticello sprinter Tommy Sheeran (middle) holds a slight advantage over San Juan’s Eoin Kaer (left) and Grand County’s Brenden Dowd at the Blue Mountain Invitational at Monticello High School April 29. Richard Kaer photo
by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer The Monticello Buckaroos defended their home turf, besting eight other teams to earn first place in the girls and boys competitions at the annual Blue Mountain Invitational this past Friday, April 29. The MHS boys scored 165 points to beat San Juan by nine...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School baseball team closed out their regular season this past Friday, April 29 with a tough 9-6 loss to American Leadership Academy in Spanish Fork, UT. Until the setback, the Broncos were riding a four-game winning streak and had won five of their...
It has been a challenging season for the Monticello High School baseball team. The Buckaroos are 0-13 on the year following a 2A East doubleheader sweep against North Summit on the road on Thursday, April 21. Nucla, a top-ten team in Colorado 1A baseball, toppled the Bucks on Tuesday, April 19 on...
The San Juan High School track and field team traveled four hours to Salina to compete in the North Sevier Invitational on Saturday, April 23. The Broncos were eager to hit the ground running after a week off. Hudson Whatcott had two expert performances in both the long jump and high jump,...

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