The Snowflake Lobos soccer team hosted the Show Low Cougars Aug. 25.
Red Mesa Redskins volleyball (2-3) faced the Williams Vikings (6-1) Sept. 14 on the road.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Hopi High School Bruins volleyball team faced Many Farms Sept. 12.
SNOWFLAKE, Ariz. — The Chinle Wildcats High School volleyball team won the Window Rock Lady Scouts volleyball Invitational Sept. 2.
HOLBROOK, Ariz. — Applications open Oct. 1 for entry into the new Early Childhood Education bachelor’s degree program
Shonto Prep faced the Williams Viking Sept. 9 on the road.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Jerald Nez' cross country team is off to a great start. The Holbrook boys' team scored 76 points at the Rick Baker XC Invititational on Aug. 29 to win the competition.
ASH FORK, Ariz. — Sometimes the score of a match isn't indicative of the quality of play. It was certainly true of the Hopi High School volleyball team's efforts last weekend.
One may not realize where they are going, or that they have what it takes to just go for it. Sometimes they just need a little push. For Isaac Silas, a 2019 graduate of Monument High School in Kayenta, Ariz., and a 2022 Northland Pioneer College (NPC) medical assistant graduate, the education he received, and the resources NPC provided, opened the door and gave him that extra push.
First year head volleyball coach Allison Joe is excited about her high school team this year. Although the former assistant calls it a rebuilding year for the Red Mesa Lady Redskins, she has several returning players she expects to make a big impact.
They had their season opener against Greyhills Academy on Aug. 18, at home. The final score was 60-0 for the Bruins. They faced Scottsdale Prep Aug. 24, losing 27-0.
WINSLOW, Ariz. — The Chinle High School Volleyball team had its season opener Aug. 23 in a road match with Winslow. The Chinle team lost, 3-0, in straight sets to the home team, 12-25, 20-25, and 19-25.
The conference’s objective was for NHS staff to engage and reconnect with Diné culture and language teachings. Presenters discussed the importance of Diné teachings in early childhood education which is critical in planting the seeds of growth for future Diné.
SHOWLOW, Ariz. — Calling all Navajo and Apache county artists. Northland Pioneer College is now accepting entries for the 14th annual Locally Grown juried art exhibit, which will run Oct. 30 through Dec. 1 at the Talon Gallery on the Show Low, White Mountain Campus.
CHINLE, Ariz. — In her fourth year as head coach for the Chinle Wildcats High School Volleyball team, Francine McCurtain is glad to have seven solid returning players for the season.