Bucks claim 1A state volleyball title
Playing with abandon, glee, and wonderful teamwork, the Lady Bucks blocked, frustrated and systematically dismantled the vaunted Rich Rebels to capture their third state volleyball championship for...
Local runners claim cross country honors
This time of year, deer season, Bucks don’t often run in packs, except, of course, for the Monticello High School boys cross country team, who took pack running to the extreme last week, easily win...
Workman football number retired
The San Juan Bronco football team retired the #28 jersey of Bronco Jason Workman during a ceremony before the last regular season game on October 14. Workman, an elite Navy Seal, was killed in acti...
Runners race to a 10K finish
More than 80 runners participated in the Newspapers Rock 10K race on October 8 in Indian Creek Canyon. Collin Hatch, a junior at Monticello High School, nipped Stephen Hiatt of Blanding at the fini...
Bucks, Broncs win again
Monticello and San Juan high schools continued their winning football ways Friday night, the Buckaroos in a wild, high scoring affair 64-40 win over Diamond Ranch Academy of Hurricane and the Bronc...
State tennis title for Broncos
Melanie Pugh, Bailey Meyer, and Juanita Royer won the first ever state championships in girls tennis for the San Juan Broncos on October 1 at the Liberty Park Tennis Courts in Salt Lake City.