Sports

THE BIRD SCOOPby Walter & Becky Bird Girl’s TeamSuccess in cross country is all about numbers. Unfortunately for the Monticello High School girls Cross country program, one big number has been lacking in recent teams – girl’s actually running. This has been unusual for a program...
Bike racers from across the Four Corners states participated in an epic two-day, three-stage race on the Abajo Mountains on August 4 and 5. The Fourth Annaul Blue Mountain Enduro, aka Abajo Enduro, drew 22 male and female riders from northern Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico.  Riders...
THE ROUND-UPby Tad Barton A new head coach, a new offensive scheme and only two returning starters have many wondering just what to expect from the San Juan Bronco football team this season. In spite of all the changes, one thing remains the same at San Juan High: the Bronco coaching...
After 13 years of writing the weekly Sports Shorts column for the San Juan Record, Scott Boyle and his wife Cassie have moved on to bigger and better (and farther) things. The Boyles enetered the Missionary Training Center in Provo, UT on June 5 in anticipation of spending a year...
SPORTS SHORTSby Scott Boyle This will be the last SportShorts for a time, as the missus and I head to the amazing environs of Madagascar, a place as far away from San Juan County as one could possibly get, to excitedly serve a 12-month mission for the LDS Church.  SportShorts wishes to...
THE ROUND-UPby Tad Barton With last week’s graduation ceremonies, the 2016-17 school year at San Juan High is officially over. Seniors will move on to bigger and better things, college, jobs, traveling, or a number of other possibilities. Wherever life may take them they can always look...
SPORTS SHORTSby Scott Boyle Former San Juan High sports star Tatiana Su’esu’e continues to shine in the sports department.  Su’esu’e signed with Weber State out of high school to play softball for the Wildcats and is helping the WSU softball team to new heights. Just this past weekend,...
THE ROUND-UPby Tad Barton While a lot of their classmates were still asleep on Saturday, April 22, students from Grand, Monticello, Whitehorse, Monument Valley, Pinnacle and San Juan high schoola were climbing on busses or setting up for the 2017 Blue Mountain Invitational track meet...
SPORTS SHORTSby Scott Boyle Soccer is coming to San Juan High School at long last.  After a three year push by interested parents in Blanding, the San Juan School Board gave approval for the Broncos to field boys and girls soccer teams starting with the 2017-18 season.  “Let’s try it...
SPORTS SHORTSby Scott Boyle You can do your happy dances now; the Hideout Golf Course is open for play.  PGA Professional Tyler Ivins reports that the Hideout opened on Monday this week.  And the first-golfer-of-the-year prize goes to Ron Garner, who perused the course Monday morning,...

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