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Shonto Prep volleyball team on verge of winning sectional

It didn’t take long for the Shonto Prep volleyball team to make a big splash after being recognized by the Arizona Interscholastic Association.


Lucrative payouts a bust

Based on raw numbers, the inaugural International Indian National Finals Rodeo did not generate enough interest.


Rockin’ and rollin’

After a 2-3 start, the Page Sand Devils are looking more like a playoff team.

Track & Field

Favorites run away at Zuni cross-country Invite Zuni boys, Miyamura’s Thomas stays perfect

As two of the area’s best cross-country teams, the Zuni Thunderbirds and the Shiprock Lady Chieftains are used to having a target on their backs.


Lynx learn from mistakes against Bosque Prep

Playing in one of the toughest soccer district has its perks.


Miyamura Patriots clip St. Pius X to go 6-0

About this time last season the Miyamura football team stumbled out of the starting gate and finished out their season with a 2-9 slate.

Sports Volleyball

After losing 1st game, Valley dominates Rough Rock

Mary Lynch and Apple Decena wanted the same thing on Monday night.

Sports Track & Field

Miyamura’s Thomas sets high goal in cross-country

If confidence will determine the outcome of this year’s Class 5A state cross-country meet, then Niles Thomas has already won.


Tuba City loses 2-1 barnburner to Seton Catholic

It was a stern test but the Tuba City volleyball team cemented their status as one of the top teams in Division III after finishing a respectable third at the

Rodeo Sports

Yazzie, Chee win average, Final Four at fair rodeo

ABOVE: Breakaway roper Odessa Yazzie of Brimhall, N.M., quickly stops her horse after she ropes her calf on Sunday. Yazzie won the average and Final Four round during the 68th