The Cortez Leopard Sharks swim club is currently accepting registrations for its summer season. Summer practices will begin at the Cortez Recreation Center on April 6.
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High School Sports
After consecutive sunny days to begin the week, cold wind and overcast skies arrived in Cortez just in time for the Montezuma-Cortez Invitational Track Meet at Panther Stadium on March 25.
- Athlete of the week: Shaunnell Butler
- Kiselya Plewe battles wind for another win
- M-CHS soccer team beats Pagosa
- M-CHS tennis team loses twice
- M-CHS baseball rolling on pitching, hitting
- Dove Creek notches first win
- Tomac wins in Detroit
- Panthers track go to Chandler
- M-CHS soccer team struggles
M-CHS soccer team beats Pagosa
Coming off four consecutive losses, the Montezuma-Cortez High School girls soccer team traveled to Pagosa Springs on March 24 and finally came up with a win.
- Parents test gymnastics skills as kids assist
- September race to commemorate Worlds
- Youth baseball clinic to take place
- Tomac places second in Daytona
- Hitting the throttle
- Tomac takes second place in Atlanta
- Hesperus Ski Area calling it a season
- Final games at gym will be this weekend
- Brief Cortez youth volleyball set to begin
After strapping on a red ankle band, Ethen Robson took a deep breath, shook hands with his opponent and promptly scored a pin victory. The nine-year-old then peered toward the...
- Dolores track teams compete in Cortez
- Bears finish 1-2 at San Juan Slugfest
- Swim team accepting registrations
- Running faster, jumping further
- Bears fall to Shiprock
At one point during his 800-meter run at the Cortez Invitational on March 25, Mancos High School Ro Paschal was nearly blown backward by strong winds.
- Athlete of the week: Taylor Goff plays three varsity sports
- Wrestlers compete in Denver
- Athlete of the week: Jayden Peacock
- Mancos track teams travel to Center Invitational
- Bluejays track compete at Piedra Vista Invitational