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Youth basketball assessment set for Jan. 5

By Darren Lewis SUN Columnist Youth basketball assessment for ages 9-12 will be held on Jan. 5 at the Community Center. Youth 9-10 will be held at 5:30 p.m. and…

Grab your gear and hit the trails

By James Dickhoff Special to The SUN Happy holidays from the Pagosa Nordic Club. The snow keeps falling. With the recent, fresh and additional forecasted snow, numerous groomed cross-country ski…

Pirates find momentum in Del Norte victory

On Friday, Dec. 18, the Pagosa Pirates basketball team brought home a victory from their match-up against the Del Norte Tigers with a final score of 67-41. According to coach…

Lady Pirates earn their stripes against Del Norte Tigers

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirate basketball team is still undefeated and they show no sign of stopping any time soon. On Friday, Dec. 18, the Lady Pirates defeated…

Pirates give it their all at Grand Junction Warrior Classic

Pirates give it their all at Grand Junction Warrior Classic

The Pagosa Pirates returned home this weekend after giving it their all at the Grand Junction Warrior Classic. The Warrior Classic wrestling tournament took place on the afternoon of Friday,…

PSHS coaching changes for baseball, football

This spring, the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) baseball team will be joined by a new coach. Robert Henderson was recently announced as the new addition to the team by…

Fat-tire snow bikes urged to avoid groomed Nordic ski trails

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan National Forest is requesting that fat-tire snow bikers avoid groomed Nordic ski trail systems on public lands. Local ski clubs…

Pirates place seventh at Columbine Tournament

Pirates place seventh at Columbine Tournament

The Pagosa Pirates wrestled hard at the Columbine Tournament last Saturday, Dec. 12, placing seventh out of 18 teams. In an email to SUN staff, coach Dan Janowsky wrote, “We…

Lady Pirates ranked No. 1 after win against St. Mary’s

Last weekend, the Lady Pirates made their way to the Buena Vista Tournament, where after two tough games, they walked away with an impressive win and a No. 1 ranking…

Fat-tire snow bikes urged to avoid groomed Nordic ski trails

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The San Juan National Forest is requesting that fat-tire snow bikers avoid groomed Nordic ski trail systems on public lands. Local ski clubs…