Most Ignacio High School boys basketball games this season were decided long before the final two minutes.
Not the Bobcats’ 59-50 win over Lutheran in the third-place...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Seattle ace Felix Hernandez allowed two hits and an unearned run in four innings, and the Mariners tied a Colorado Rockies’ split squad 2-2 in 10...
- Nuggets’ victory puts the Heat on ice
- Quack. Quack. Quack. Quack. Quack. Quack.
- Rockies lose to the Giants’ ace
- A’s hang 10 on the Rockies
- Eagles show Saints’ Sproles some Brotherly Love
Golden helmets are on, and whistles are out. Football is back in Durango.
Spring practices began Thursday for the Fort Lewis College football team.
- No Mercy in Denver
- Skyhawks take advantage of home-field advantage
- FLC plays host to RMAC rival
- Sterling Seton Hall
- Complex choices make for an ‘exciting tournament’
High School Sports
The Durango Demons were blown out of the stadium at Pueblo Centennial.
After a lengthy delay because of a power outage in the stadium, the Durango track and field teams...
- BHS improves to 4-0
- A suicide squeeze and a split
- Wolverines work hard in N.M.
- DHS girls tennis gains a bounce to its step
- Skiers again slay the Demons
One of Durango’s finest youth soccer players will play on an elite stage this weekend.
Eli Fenton, a 14-year-old eighth-grade student at Miller Middle School, was...
- Miller marches to a championship
- Small numbers, massive results
- The DSC swims a strong showing in Albuquerque
- DYSA is turning out USA talent
- Blaze finish on fire in Farmington
How to train?
What tire pressure to use?
And even: What to wear?
“It was a real puzzle trying to figure out how to dress,”...
- Nordic racers place high at Junior Nationals
- Outdoors Briefs
- Winter getaway in Washington
- Sandhill cranes make pit stop
- Big-game hunting structure up for debate
On the Run
Visualize running 100 miles, a daunting endeavor...
Flies & Lies
My wife and I recently spent a week on and...