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Rodeo

World standings leader Campbell wins CBR title

Boudreaux Campbell was a perfect three-for-three on his bulls to claim the Window Rock Championship Bull Riding title before a near capacity crowd at Dean C. Jackson Memorial Arena this past Sunday night.

Football

‘He had a great night’

Winslow QB throws four TD’s in 40-20 win over Page

Football

Ganado Hornets shuts down Hopi Bruins

Ganado’s all-around performance was too much for Hopi to handle as the Hornets blanked the Bruins, 65-0, in a season opening freedom football game.

Rodeo

World Champion Kimzey, finals champion Jesus will highlight CBR

Six-time world champion Sage Kimzey and world finals champion Cody Jesus highlight this year’s Championship Bull Riding Sept. 3 at Dean C. Jackson Memorial Arena in Window Rock at 8 p.m.

Sports

Owen St. Clair becomes first Native American on NFHS sports board of directors

Owen St. Clair has become the first Native American selected to the National Federation High School sports board of directors.

Track & Field

Page boys begin quest for fourth straight state championship

“A lot of hard work from each individual for the betterment of the team is a key to our success,” said Page head cross-country coach MacArthur Lane, who begins his sixth year as the Sand Devils’ skipper.

Football

Spring, summer workouts help MV prepare for gridiron campaign

The Monument Valley Mustangs were busily preparing for the 2017 football season by working out during the spring and summer.

Football

Unity is key for successful season for Chinle ’Cats

Chinle Wildcats head football coach Tim Su’e Su’e Liufau believes the Arizona Class 3A North Region will be compatible this year.

Baseball

Diné player gains new experience playing softball in Dominican Republic

The American International Sports Teams 19-under Dominican Republic tour was more than competing in a softball tournament.

Baseball

Kaitlyn Tso helps lead Flagstaff All-Stars to state championship

Kaitlyn Tso believed in her teammates and herself during the Flagstaff All-Stars 8-to-10-year-old girls softball team’s illustrious run toward the state championship.