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Reaching new heights

Ignacio girls parlay cohesiveness into rare success on the court
Ignacio senior Michelle Simmons “has done a fabulous job in ... her role as point guard,” Bobcats’ first-year head coach Justa Whitt said Thursday before they host the Class 2A Region 3 tournament at Durango High School. She knows when to shoot, when to drive, and most importantly, when to dish.
Mariah Vigil and the Ignacio High School girls basketball season already has been placed on a pedestal as far as program success goes: IHS (17-4) is hosting a regional tournament for the first time in close to 20 years with a shot at returning to the state tournament for the first time since 2003.
Ignacio Bobcats (17-4) vs. Sanford Indians (12-11)

A look at the Ignacio High School girls basketball team’s Class 2A Region 3 tournament semifinal at 4 p.m. today at Durango High School:

Ignacio High School

Enrollment: 210

League: San Juan Basin League (7-1)

Mascot: Bobcats

Colors: Red, white and black

Coach: Justa Whitt, first year

Roster: Valerie Armstrong, Pamela Cotton, Sky Cotton, Jordan Cuthair, Gabs Garcia, Cloe Seibel, Ellie Seibel, Michelle Simmons, Chrystianne Valdez, Mariah Vigil and Roshae Weaver

Sanford High School

Enrollment: 122

League: Southern Peaks League (6-4)

Mascot: Indians

Colors: Green, white and black

Coach: Blake Canty, third year

Roster: Bailee Canty, Jaycee Canty, Kelli Canty, Makenna Canty, Tara Crowther, Josie Larsen, Tess Mortensen and Nicole Salazar

Durango Herald

Reaching new heights

Ignacio senior Michelle Simmons “has done a fabulous job in ... her role as point guard,” Bobcats’ first-year head coach Justa Whitt said Thursday before they host the Class 2A Region 3 tournament at Durango High School. She knows when to shoot, when to drive, and most importantly, when to dish.
Mariah Vigil and the Ignacio High School girls basketball season already has been placed on a pedestal as far as program success goes: IHS (17-4) is hosting a regional tournament for the first time in close to 20 years with a shot at returning to the state tournament for the first time since 2003.
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