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Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins The Snowflake Lady Lobos earned a win and a loss over spring break. Last Tuesday they fell to visiting Show Low, 4-3. The Lobos shut down the Lady Cougars through five innings and took the lead with three runs in the bottom of the fifth. In the top of the sixth Show Low Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins The Joseph City Wildcats won two of the three games they played last week. On Tuesday they fell to Northland Prep, 8-2, but they bounced back in fine fashion, sweeping both games of a doubleheader against Red Mesa. Northland Prep scored single runs in the second and third innings, then tacked on three Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins Snowflake’s track teams returned from spring break in fine form with the boys winning the Sedona Invitational meet and the girls placing third. The Lobos netted 133.5 team points in the boys’ division, followed in second by Coconino with 89. Sedona was a distant third with 69. Prescott took the team title Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins Hosting Show Low last Friday, the Roadrunners matched the Cougars in hits and had fewer errors, but still came out on the short end of an 11-6 final outcome. Holbrook took the early lead with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first only to see Show Low double that Read More…

Apr 082015
 

Darrien Brown, a pitcher/infielder on the Winslow baseball team, has been doing his part for the Bulldogs this season, but we’ve credited another player. During the Falcon Baseball Invitational in late February, Brown went 2 for 2 in a win over Camp Verde and 2 for 4 in a tie with Bourgade. Against Page on Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Sam Conner Brandon Guzman has been named the Winslow High School varsity football coach, replacing B. J. Little who was elected Winslow Justice of the Peace. Guzman was a four-year letterman at Winslow High School and graduated in 2003. He played at Scottsdale Community College and Southern Utah University. Guzman has been an assistant Read More…

Apr 082015
 
S/T Basketball Leagues  Crown 2015 Champions

The 2015 Snowflake/Taylor Basketball program ended with 64 teams and approximately 290 games being played during the season. There were six teams in the Men’s City League, 18 teams in the Church Division, six teams in the Junior High League and 34 teams in the Little League program. The total number of youth involved in Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins Hosting their own invitational meet with 15 other teams last Friday, the Wildcats of Joseph City placed eighth in the boys’ division and fourth in the girls’ events. Show Low took the team title in both divisions. For the boys, Window Rock was second and Round Valley placed third. For the girls, Read More…

Apr 082015
 

By Greg Perkins The Holbrook Lady Roadrunners’ bats came alive against visiting Chinle last Saturday, but their defense came up short, resulting in a 17-12 loss to the Lady Wildcats. The Roadrunners committed four errors in the first inning, which ended with Chinle on top 4-0. Holbrook countered with three in the second, then took a Read More…

Apr 032015
 

By Greg Perkins Holbrook returned to the diamond following spring break to post a win over Mogollon on Monday followed by a loss to Payson on Tuesday. Playing in Heber the Birds started slowly, trailing the Mogollon Mustangs 2-0 through the first three innings. In the top of the fourth the Birds awoke from their slumber. Read More…

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