Tyler Keedah dabbled in basketball and other sports growing up, but it was baseball that he liked best. And now it’s baseball that he’ll play as a scholarship student at a university in Oklahoma.
Tuba City graduate Shenelle Zeena signs a letter of intent to run cross country at Tohono O'odham Community College.
The Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced Friday it has awarded Diné College $2,925,627.00 as part of the first grants of the Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program (CMC).
Hopi High School Bruins football is gearing up for the fall football season.
Navajo Technical University (NTU) was represented by Navajo rodeo athletes Rooster Yazzie and Hiyo Yazzie of Brimhall, New Mexico, at the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) in Casper, Wyoming, June 12-18.
The Ridge Riders, Arizona’s first-ever professional bull riding team set to compete in the inaugural PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Team Series, announced July 8 that the team has signed Keyshawn Whitehorse of McCracken Spring, Utah.
Gabriella Simpson, the left-handed standout pitcher the past few seasons at St. Michaels High School, signed a letter-of-intent last month to play for Independence Community Junior College in Independence, Kansas, officials confirmed.
He’s a household name in sports around sports Ganado, Arizona.
Two players from the 2021-2022 girls basketball team at Window Rock High School will take their talents to the next level — both slated for out-of-state colleges.
Continental Little League was excited to have the Challenger League program back again for individuals ages 8-14 with intellectual and physical disabilities this season.
WInslow Bulldog Jett Jue completes his undefeated season by winning with a winning 23'6" jump.
The Sabino Sabercats shut out the Winslow Lady Bulldogs 8-0 in the 3A state championship game held in Tempe May 13, earning their third straight win.
Two Navajo Technical University student-athletes recently qualifying for the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR).
The Winslow Bulldogs softball team plays in the State Championships today at 3 p.m. against Sabino High School at Arizona State University's Farrington Stadium in Tempe, Arizona.
The St. Michael Lady Cardinals broke open a close first-round state playoff softball game May 4, beating the St. David Lady Tigers, 9-2.
The Lady Bulldogs softball team are ranked No. 2 for the 3A state tournament and will host the first round of the playoffs.
Students from Winslow High School compete during the Winslow Track Invitational April 21.
Rehoboth Christian High School experienced some ups and downs April 30 in varsity doubleheader baseball games against Estancia, but came away with wins, nevertheless, — the latter game of which the Lynx gave up seven runs in the second inning.
The Joseph City Wildcats hosted Red Mesa for their final home game of the regular season. Joseph City won, 11 to 1.
The recently played doubleheader varsity softball games between the Williams Lady Vikings and Saint Michaels Lady Cardinals were unpredictable, but not really unusual, one of the head coaches said.
The Laguna-Acoma Hawks got out to leads that they never relinquished, and beat Navajo Pine in doubleheader varsity baseball games played April 23 at Ford Canyon Park in Gallup.
Winslow High School student Kylie Begay has committed to play basketball at Chandler Gilbert Community College.
Bonnie Brennan's YANA Club joined Winslow High School's Coach Guzman and several high school football players during recess April 11.
The red-hot Rehoboth Christian School torched Menaul High School of Albuquerque in a varsity baseball doubleheader April 15 — beatings so bad that the opposing coach commented, “…they were just better than us.”