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by David Boyle News Director The Monticello Buckaroos football team picked up a victory in Montezuma Creek over the Whitehorse Raiders on Friday, October 7. The two teams combined for 116 points with a final score of 74-42 improving the Monticello record to 5-3 on the year while the Raiders fell to...
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by David Boyle News Director The Monticello Buckaroos football team picked up a victory in Montezuma Creek over the Whitehorse Raiders on Friday, October 7. The two teams combined for 116 points with a final score of 74-42 improving the Monticello record to 5-3 on the year while the Raiders fell to...
San Juan wide receiver Collin Baker streaks to the end zone for a touchdown against Delta on September 30 as teammate Jerzy Nieves celebrates. Baker returned from injury to play in the first game of his senior year, catching five passes for 73 yards and two touchdowns to help the Broncos to a 58-8 win over the Rabbits in the Broncos’ muddy homecoming game. Richard Kaer photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor Folks in San Juan County never complain when it rains. This past Friday night, right in the middle of a bunch of homecoming football games in the Four Corners area, it did just that. And, at least in Blanding where the Delta Rabbits were trying to spoil the San Juan...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor Since opening their season 2-6 the Monticello High School volleyball team hasn’t accomplished very much.They’ve only won seven of their last nine matches and six of their last seven including an impressive victory over San Juan on September 13. Their solid performance...
by Haley Burton Contributing writer Another week of running is in the books as the Monticello Buckaroos inch their way closer to the state competition, which is three weeks away. Both the boys and girls teams, led by Coach Jeff Hunt, are pounding the pavement, managing the mud, and grazing over the...
Melias Cly (21) fights through contact as Robert Morrison (2) and Landon Shumway (32) tackle Cly. Anna Fredericks Photo
by David Boyle News Director The Monticello High School football team earned their fourth win of the year 42-22 at the expense of county rival Monument Valley this past Friday, September 30 in Monument Valley. The Buckaroos opened the first quarter with a four-yard touchdown run from running back...
Jaci Su’esu’e and Kinley Noyes (#23) team up to block a Kanab hit on September 29 as Libero Averie Gilson (blue jersey) covers. Richard Kaer photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School volleyball team has lost back-to-back games only twice this season. The first time was at the beginning of the season at the Dixie Fly High Tournament in St. George. The second was against Kanab and Monticello on September 8 and 13. Following...
by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer With sprinkling rain and cooler weather, local teams tested out a technical, rocky cross country course modified from years past as they traveled to Mancos, CO. The Chicken Creek Invitational boasted competitors from 13 schools and all four of the Four Corners...
Members of the Swenson Foundation team display their Hideout 20th Anniversary trophies as Hideout pro Jeff Simon stands to their right. Courtesy photo
by Jeff Simon Hideout Golf Club PGA Professional It was a birthday party, golf style, on Saturday, October 1 as many members of the community came together for the final golf tournament of the year to celebrate the first 20 years of the Hideout Golf Club. Between rain storms, the Swenson Foundation...
Monticello receiver Easton Young battles for yardage against Dove Creek defenders.  Anna Fredericks photo
The Monticello High School football team renewed a rivalry with Dove Creek for the first time in decades in what was a closely-contested game until it wasn’t. The Bulldogs remained undefeated by handing the Buckaroos their third loss of the season 52-22. Dove Creek pulled away by scoring 22 points...

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