Sports

by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer The San Juan and Monument Valley high school cross country teams headed south to Flagstaff, AZ to compete in the annual Four Corners Invitational this past Saturday, September 17. With 18 boys teams and 14 girls teams to contend with, there was an ample amount...
by David Boyle News Director The Whitehorse Raiders football team earned their second win of the year at the expense of the Monument Valley Cougars on September 16. Whitehorse won the first football Battle of the Drum since October 2019 by a score of 70-0 to spoil Monument Valley’s homecoming. The...
five of the eight Buckaroos on the field rally to gang tackle Altamont's quarterback. Anna Fredericks photo
The Monticello Buckaroo football team earned a win on the road against the Altamont Longhorns on September 9 by a score of 35-8. The win improved the Bucks to 2-2 on the year, the Bucks are ranked #3 in the opening RPI rankings by the state, the Longhorns are ranked #4. The Bucks started off hot on...
Whitehorse defenders tackle an Ignacio ballcarrier on September 9.  Joel Priest photo
The Whitehorse and Monument Valley football teams will face off in the Battle of the Drum this Friday, September 16 in Monument Valley. The matchup between the two San Juan County schools will be the first in nearly three years when the Raiders beat the Cougars in October 2019. The kickoff for the...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor It has been a bit of a quiet start for the Monument Valley High School volleyball team. They opened the season with a straight-sets win over Water Canyon on Thursday, September 1 but haven’t played any games since. In the 1A RPI standings released this week by the...
by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer The San Juan High School cross country team traveled to Grand Junction, CO this past Saturday, September 10 for the Tiger Invitational at Connected Lakes State Park. The fairly flat course and cooler weather set a perfect stage for a series of personal records...
San Juan goalkeeper Olivia Weeks (yellow jersey) secures a loose ball in front of the net before a Millard attacker can get to it on September 6. Teammates (left to right) Mars Luevano, Esabell Buenaventura, Rachel Castellon, and Jadee Ruiz retreat to help their goalie. The Broncos battled hard, but suffered an 8-0 loss in the game.  Richard Kaer photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School girls tennis team picked up their first win of the season, 4-1 over the Gunnison Valley Bulldogs in Blanding on Thursday, September 1. Following the victory the team played a busy week this past week. They hosted the rival Grand County Red...
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by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School football team was due for a stiff challenge. Following back-to-back blowout victories over Bayfield and Milford, the wins were starting to come too easy. The Bronco coaching staff is not guilty of overlooking any team this season. But, as head...
The Monticello girls cross country team celebrates their win at the Loyds Lake Classic on September 2. Members of the team include: (left to right) Marah Long, Lilli Burton, Ayla Carling, and Alexis Bailey.  Haley Burton photo
by Haley Burton Contributing Writer Despite the 88 degree temperature, the Monticello High School cross country teams won the 1A-2A division at their own annual Loyds Lake Classic this past Friday, September 2. The Buckaroos hosted teams that spanned classifications from 1A to 5A at the event....
Landon Ewart (4) catches a touchdown pass from JD McDonald (7) in the first half of the game. Anna Fredericks photo
by David Boyle News Director The Monticello football team traveled to Mancos, CO to take on the Bluejays in a cross-state matchup this past Friday, September 2. The Buckaroos fell to 1-2 on the year as they faced a tough challenge in the Bluejays who finished second in the Colorado 8-player league...

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