Between 2006 and 2010, Micah Conrads was one of Montezuma-Cortez High School’s finest athletes, staring in soccer, basketball and track. While at M-CHS, Conrads was selected to the Southwest League’s...
High School Sports
Despite playing several solid games, wins evaded the Montezuma-Cortez High School volleyball team last weekend.
Playing at home against Montrose on Oct. 17, the Panthers took the first two games from their...
- Bulldogs blasted by Sargent
- Panthers harriers run at Regionals
- Panthers football races past Bayfield
- State health department warns hunters of tularemia risk
- Outdoors Briefs
- Moab bike demo a hit
- Hardcores invade Moab for Outerbike
- Outdoors Briefs
- Fort Lewis upsets top-ranked CSU-Pueblo
The 2014 Zombie Challenge – Run for Kids’ Sake, benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado, will be held on Saturday, Oct. 25 at Three Springs, Durango. The 1.5 mile...
- Ute Mountain wraps up fall season
- Basketball referees needed
- Dennison’s legacy still echoes
- Franchini wins Club Championship
- Rodeo team solid again
- Girls basketball league accepting registrations
- High school golf to host fundraiser tournament
- Fairgrounds Speedway set to host races
- A Titanic effort
Before kicking off against Monte Vista on Oct. 17, the Dolores High School football team knew it faced a tough test.
Sure enough, the Pirates turned out to be more than...
- KC Davis making an impact
- Kellen Gatzke's star rising
- Bears volleyball gains more victories
- Dolores defeats Dove Creek
- Bears come through with memorable win
After struggling through the mid-season portion of its schedule, the Mancos High School volleyball team appears to be turning things around.
After defeating Ignacio on...
- Bluejays lose to Sangre de Cristo
- Bears down Bluejays
- Bluejays race to more titles
- Bluejays volleyball team finishes week 1-2
- Bluejays football team falls to Farmers