Fans of defense would not have enjoyed Friday’s game.
Fans of high-scoring offenses, however, were in for a treat – for one half, at least.
The Durango High School...
CLEVELAND – His shirt soaked with champagne after winning his fourth title in 2007, Tim Duncan had one more move before celebrating further with his Spurs teammates. He...
- The West is the best
- James is the Bull(s) in the China shop
- Hirscher is on top of the globe
- Sprint Cup expectations go up in smoke
- As easy as 1-2-3
Colorado Mesa struck first under the Friday night lights at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction.
Roy Abergil converted Nestor Escobar’s corner kick to a goal with a...
- Roadrunners walk away with a 1-0 victory
- FLC beats winless Western State in 5
- No. 25 UCLA Bruins at Colorado Buffaloes
- Skyhawks set up at Whalen Gymnasium
- No. 18 ECU hangs on
High School Sports
BAYFIELD – Head coach Gary Heide and the Bayfield High School coaching staff noticed how fired up the Wolverines were before Friday’s regular-season finale against...
- Kadets are an Academy through the Air
- Demons’ building blocks lead to state
- It’s win or go home football
- Bayfield’s only hope a good one
- IHS football plays with 2004 in mind
Eleven swimmers made their presence felt for the Durango Swim Club on Oct. 11-12 at the Ned Mechling Memorial meet in Aspen.
Haley Benjamin (14) finished first in all of...
- 6th-grade Demons will play for another YAFL title
- Demons go 3-for-3 in Round 1 of the YAFL playoffs
- Durango shuts out YAFL competition
- Durango Swim Club a bunch of busy bees
- Youth races develop Demons’ running future
While Animas City Mountain may be accessed from two locations, this counterclockwise loop starts at the West Fourth Avenue Trailhead. The route heads northeast along the perimeter...
- Outdoors Brief
- Kootenai River projects beckon anglers
- A ride that deserves to be called ‘epic’
- Big game, big impact
- Park City gets a jump on aerials
The Green Side of Life
A victory was afoot for Miss Ali in Week 7 of the...
On the Run
Back in 2004, there were no organized running...