The Chinle Wildcats (17-9, 5-3) hosted the Monument Valley Mustangs (12-7, 4-3) of Kayenta, Arizona, during senior night at the Wildcat Den, a night when the seniors of both teams say thank you to fans for their support.
Many hikers find the Flagstaff area too cold to hike this time of year, but don’t want to go to Phoenix — Sedona is a great alternative.
The Winslow Lady Bulldogs defeated the Payson Lady Longhorns, 63-22. Then the Winslow Bulldogs had no trouble besting the Payson Longhorns beating them 83-46.
The Winslow High School varsity basketball teams split their Blue Ridge High School rivals at Lakeside Jan. 21.
The Window Rock Fighting Scouts (8-6, 1-1) won a regional basketball game over the Ganado Hornets (5-14, 0-3), with a final score of 61-32, at the Bee Hółdzil “Stronghold” Fighting Scouts Event Center Jan. 14.
The Holbrook Roadrunners (11-5, 1-0) handed the Blue Ridge Yellow Jackets (9-5, 0-1) their first regional loss of the young season Jan. 8, by a score of 74- 51.
The Winslow High School basketball teams finished the 2019 portion of their seasons at Window Rock Dec. 28.
The Monument Valley Mustangs (4-2) of Kayenta, Arizona traveled cross state to claim a win over the winless Wingate Bears (0-5), 81- 44.
The Ganado Lady Hornets defeated the Winslow Lady Bulldogs 60-44 on Dec. 23 in Ganado.
The Winslow Bulldogs played well in the Pepsi Holiday Tournament in Flagstaff and defeated the Coconino Panthers 63-61 in the championship game Dec. 14.
The Fighting Scouts (4-5) of Window Rock, crossed the border into New Mexico to play an interstate basketball game with the Bears of Wingate (0-1). This game was a season opener for the Bears and was won by the Window Rock Scouts, 63 – 46.
The Chinle Wildcats (2-1, 0-0) defended their turf winning in overtime over the Holbrook Roadrunners (4-3, 0-0), 74-67. In an earlier meeting, Holbrook were 55 – 45 winners at home.
The Window Rock Scouts and Miyamura Patriots renewed their season rivalry of the 2019–2020 high school basketball season.
The Page Sand Devils boys basketball team defeated the Winslow Bulldogs 52-47 in Page Dec. 3.
Flagstaff High School traveled to Winslow Nov. 26.
The Snowflake Lobos were edged by the Franklin Benjamin Chargers 16-14 Nov. 23 in the semifinals of the Arizona State 3A Conference Football Tournament.
North Phoenix Prep claimed the championship with 55 points, Hopi grabbed second with 95 points and Northland Prep took third with 117 points.
Chris Greyeyes, first-year head coach of the Colts, said he is excited for the boys.
On Nov. 2, The colts made their way to Clarksdale Middle School in Camp Verde, Arizona to take on surrounding area small schools for the title.
Hopi High School boys cross country grabbed second and the Lady Bruins took fifth in the Division 4 Section 2 regionals Nov. 8 at Hidden Cove Golf Course in Holbrook.
The Winslow Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will hold scrimmages Nov. 19 for the boys and Nov. 22 for the girls, both in the Phoenix area.