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San Juan freshman cross country runner Noah Begay cruises the course at the Loyds Lake Classic in Monticello September 2. In hot pursuit is Whitehorse harrier, freshman Ethan Begay. The Broncos finished in fifth as a team and the Raiders were ninth. The annual event featured nine teams representing 1A-5A classifications.  Jessica Walker photo
by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer The Whitehorse High School cross country team traveled to Monticello on Friday, September 2 to compete in the Loyds Lake Classic against teams more than five times larger than them. Composed entirely of underclassmen, the Raider girls tested out the waters in...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor For the second straight week the San Juan High School football team dominated their opponent. This time however, it wasn’t exactly the expected result. The Broncos’ matchup with the Milford Tigers this past Friday, September 2 in Blanding was billed as a duel between...
San Juan freshman cross country runner Noah Begay cruises the course at the Loyds Lake Classic in Monticello September 2. In hot pursuit is Whitehorse harrier, freshman Ethan Begay. The Broncos finished in fifth as a team and the Raiders were ninth. The annual event featured nine teams representing 1A-5A classifications.  Jessica Walker photo
by Jessica Walker Contributing Writer Following a mechanical difficulty that prevented the San Juan High School cross country team from participating in a race at South Sevier, the Broncos were more than ready to run in the annual Loyds Lake Classic in Monticello on Friday, September 2. The...
San Juan's Brigham Nielson (11) leaps to intercept an underthrown Bayfield, Colo., pass attempt during interstate action this past Friday, August 26, inside BHS' Wolverine Country Stadium.  Nielson actually totaled two picks--as did Jerzy Nieves--as the Broncos intercepted four throws, recovered one fumble and blocked a punt in recording a 42-0 road win inside BHS' Wolverine Country Stadium.  SJHS improved to 3-0; BHS fell to 0-1. Joel Priest photo
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School football team rolled into Bayfield, CO this past Friday, August 26 looking to beat the Bayfield Wolverines and start a football season 3-0 for the first time since 2014. From the opening kickoff following a brief lightning delay, there was...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor It’s a new season with some changes for the San Juan High School boys golf team. Lance Knight has taken over as head coach and the year is already in full swing. On August 9 the Broncos traveled to Salt Lake City to open the season against Region 19 opponents at the...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan High School girls tennis team opened the 2022 season with a road trip to Sevier County to take on region rivals South Sevier and Richfield on August 25. Though the Broncos didn’t get in the win column, third-year head coach Ciarra Walker said the girls...
Monticello defensive back Easton Young intercepts a Whitehorse pass on August 26. Young snagged two picks and scored in four different ways for the game, with a catch, an interception, a punt return and a kickoff return. Anna Fredericks photo
by David Boyle News Director After learning that Dolores was forfeiting their game with Monticello this past week, both the Buckaroos and Whitehorse High School agreed to change their schedules to meet each other on Friday, August 26 in Monticello. The result was a high-scoring affair with...
by Haley Burton Contributing Writer The Monticello High School cross country team traveled to Spanish Fork on August 27 to start off their 2022 season at the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Invitational. Over 30 teams from across the state were competing in the event, but...
by Rhett Sifford Sports Editor The San Juan and Monticello volleyball teams traveled to St. George August 26 and 27 to take on some tough competition at the annual Dixie Fly High Tournament. The Broncos opened the tourney Friday with back-to-back losses to Hurricane and Murray in pool play, but...
Image from the 2021 season. Jess Cornwell photo
by David Boyle News Director The Monument Valley High School football team suffered a tough loss to Water Canyon in their season opener on August 26. This Wednesday, August 31 the Cougars will host Altamont at 7 p.m. and the game will be broadcast on Redrock 92.7 FM and PictureItPalmer.com. I...

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