Competing at the Chicken Creek Invitational in Mancos on Sept. 27, the Montezuma-Cortez High School boys and girls cross-country teams performed well.
Leading the way for the girls team, senior Rachel Demby won...
High School Sports
Of the Montezuma-Cortez High School tennis team’s many losses this season, the latest may have been the worst.
Playing at home against Grand Junction on Sept. 27, the Panthers lost all seven of their...
- Panthers softball in playoff hunt
- Plewe enjoys success
- Durango Demons light up M-CHS tennis team
- Panthers defeat Southwest League foes
- Bulldogs football team wins first of year
- M-CHS tennis team smashed
- Panthers lose nailbiters in soccer
- Panthers softball struggles
- Demby wins, Panthers run well
The Cortez Women’s Golf Association held its Club Championship Tournament, Sept. 13 -14, at Conquistador Golf Course.
Sherrie Franchini finished first in the championship flight with a two-round net...
- 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
- Hole in one recorded at South 40
- Sports briefs
- Sports Briefs
- Pinto Bean thrills again
So far this season, the Dolores High School volleyball team has played inconsistently on its way to a 5-5 record. Win or lose however, young players have gained valuable...
- Centauri pushes Bears around
- Bears football loses to Salida
- Bears dominated by Norwood
- Talented Bears volleyball team searching for consistency
- Bears football team wins by forfeit
When it comes to winning football games, small things can make a big difference.
That was the lesson for the Mancos High School team during a 50-14 loss to Sargent on...
- Bluejays run well on home course
- Bluejays volleyball team wins two more
- Bluejays gets a win against Dolores
- Runners keeps winning
- Mancos High School football falls to Sanford