The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Chinle Wildcats 10-3 March 14 in Winslow. The win improved Winslow’s record to 5-4 for the season while Chinle fell to a still impressive 6-2 with the loss.
The Winslow Bulldogs defeated the Fountain Hills Falcons 16-9 in Cave Creek March 9.
The Winslow High School track teams participated in their first meet in Flagstaff March 2, where they saw some promising performances. The track team attended a second meet March 9 at Mesa Community College.
There is nothing better than winning back-to-back state championships in one of the toughest interscholastic athletic conferences in Arizona.
The volleyball program at Tuba City High School has reason to celebrate.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs softball team blitzed the Sedona Red Rock Lady Scorpions 19-0 in their opening game of the season in Winslow.
Sand Devils defeat Holbrook 46-33
For the second year in a row, the Page Lady Sand Devils won the Arizona AIA Girls Basketball 3A State Championship — this time they secured a 46 to 33 point win over the Holbrook Lady Roadrunners.
The Alchesay Lady Falcons made history by winning the coveted 2A State Championship basketball trophy Feb. 23
Chinle Wildcats three wins from taking it all
“We are not making any change at this stage of season,” said Chinle Wildcat coach Raul Mendoza. “We are going to do what we have been doing all along to win games: play defense.”
The confidence level was high for the No. 8 seeded Chinle Lady Wildcats as they were able to pull out a win over the No. 9
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Ganado Lady Hornets 38-32 in the Arizona State 3A Conference Championship Tournament.
The Chinle Wildcats (25-4) claimed the championship trophy with a double digit win over the Page Sand Devils, 48-36.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams won two games each last week.
Western Junior Rodeo Association is proud of two members of the 2018 rodeo season and would like to recognize Nelson Charley III (left) and Shilah Williams (right)as they both qualified for the 2018 Jr. NFR in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams had three games each last week, with the Bulldogs all three games and the Lady Bulldogs winning two.
Winslow High School held an AIA Section I Division IV girls wrestling match Jan. 26.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams had two games each last week with the boys and girls teams beating their rival, the Snowflake Lobos.
Chalk up two more victories for the Chinle Wildcats, winning on the road at the Nash Center, home of the Monument Valley Mustangs.
The Winslow High School wrestling team hosted the Doc Wright Wrestling Tournament Jan. 18-19.
The Winslow boys’ basketball team had a good week winning all three of their games, two of them on the road, while the Winslow girls lost two of their three games.
The Holbrook Roadrunners won two non-regional high school basketball match ups at a jam-packed gym.
Winslow held its annual Doc Wright Wrestling tournament Jan. 9.
Both Winslow High School varsity basketball teams defeated the visiting teams from Holbrook at in Don Petranovich Gymnasium Jan. 11.
The Holbrook Roadrunners post sectional wins, the Roadrunners defeated the Payson Longhorns, 58 to 38 and Lady Roadrunners handed the Lady Longhorns of Payson their first loss in sectional play 59 to 35.
Two dozen large-screen TVs showing football and other sports line the walls.
- Brown Mug serving Winslow for 61 years
- Tuba City students win big at Navajo Nation Science Fair
- Tuba City student has a strong showing at Navajo Nation spelling bee
- Hopi High's Amber Labahe wins state media writing contest
- Community information: Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission hosts public meetings
- NTEC details reasons for stalled negotiations in purchase of power plant
- Energy research receives recognition at NTU’s 7th annual Research Day
- St. Paddy's Day in Winslow
- Identifying, tracking and preventing human trafficking in Indian country
- Obituary: Kendrick Jon Williams
- “Page High School produces champions;” Lady Sand Devils return victorious
- Update: NGS to decommission plant
- 'Worlds Largest Navajo Rug' back at La Posada from cold storage at Northern Arizona University
- Update: Powerful winter storm hampers travel across much of Arizona; road closures listed
- Human resource director role at Tuba City schools has direct impact on local youth
- Brown Mug serving Winslow for 61 years
- Dennehotso market opens after nearly 17 years of strong advocacy
- Navajo Nation declares emergency because of winter weather conditions
- KINO Radio, 1230 AM Winslow, talks with Navajo-Hopi Observer
- Native “Wall Warriors” march and gear up for a Standing Rock-style fight