Navajo Lady Indians Fight Through Battle Against Latta Lady Panthers to Win 43-31 to Move onto Championship Round

By Eleanor Guinan

No one feared the Lady Indians were going to lose Friday night. The odds were with them. Latta Lady Panthers weren’t ranked, they had an extra day to prepare because of bad weather, and the Lady Indians are a good team, no doubt. However, Latta put up an unexpected fight from start to finish that made this game a great one.
The fight started when Latta got the ball first and scored first. But our girls fought right back, scoring one free-throw to get on the board. The

Navajo Indians Win Legendary Battle With Walters Blue Devils to Win Districts 64-60 in Overtime

By Eleanor Guinan

The Navajo Indians ran out onto the court Saturday night to finish a job. The job of winning Districts for the first time in a long time and to tell the community that they are the same hardworking team that got to play in Districts.
You could see the determination from the boys right when the whistle blew. They got the ball first and scored from junior Kolten Hurst dropping in two. And everyone followed suit. The boys were blocking, reflecting and stealing the ball from

Navajo Lady Indians Start Playoffs with 55-33 Win Over Walters Blue Devils to Win Districts

By Eleanor Guinan

It takes hard work and dedication through a whole season to go to districts and win which is exactly what the Navajo Lady Indians did. They fought as if their season depended on it-because it did. Although, if they did lose they would go into the losers bracket, but the Lady Indians are not losers, they are definitely winners.
The first period was a very off period. Walters got the ball first and tossed it around like they weren’t playing in a playoff game. Then when Navajo

Congratulations to the Indians and Lady Indians on their District Tournament Championships

Congratulations to both the Navajo Indians and the Navajo Lady Indians on their twin victories over Walters.

The Navajo Lady Indians won 55-33, holding a comfortable lead throughout the game, while the Navajo Indians won 64-60 in overtime.

Both will play at Walters, Thursday, February 22, against Latta, the Lady Indians at 6:30 and the Indians at 8:00. The games will be broadcast on KWHW/KRKZ 93.5 FM, Altus.

Early Release Day, Wednesday

This Wednesday, February 7, 2018, will be an Early Release Day. Classes will run from 8:00 to 1:30.

The busses will run at 1:30. Please make arrangements to collect your student at their regular bus stop an hour and a half earlier than normal.

We are also continuing to keep a close eye on sickness throughout the school. If you would like to send Clorox spray and/or wipes to help, it would be appreciated. Thank you for your continued support of Navajo Public Schools.

Navajo Indians Lose Fight Against Cordell Blue Devils 56-51 Friday Night

By Eleanor Guinan

It’s not a secret that our Navajo Indians are going through some growing pains. But if you have watched any of their past games, it looks like their growing pains are almost over. Each game they get better and better and soon, they will be the best.
Navajo was lighting in the first period when sophomore Airen Josefy scored three points to get the them on the board first. Everyone was pitching in to keep up with Cordell. Josefy and junor Kolten Hurst fought to get great

Navajo Lady Indians Zip by the Cordell Lady Blue Devils with 47-39 Win on Their Homecoming Night

By Eleanor Guinan

The Lady Indians seemed determined as they were pulling into Cordell High School. Cordell chose them to play for their homecoming game, which was almost an insult to them, because they thought the Lady Indians were going to be easy to beat. That was a mistake on Cordells part, because our girls are never easy to beat.
After the crowning ceremony was over and they were pumped up, the Lady Indians showed the Lady Blue Devils just how hard it will be to win. Navajo got the

Navajo Indians Lose Epic Battle With Duke Tigers 61-50 on Thursday Night

By Eleanor Guinan

The boys that ran onto the court Thursday night, weren’t the boys we were used to seeing. They had the same bodies and faces and their attitudes were the same but more fierce it was like they weren’t thinking and just playing the game.
After Duke scored first, they knew they had to work hard in order not to get too far behind. They used teamwork, talent, and ambition in order to keep being within the lead. To help get the lead, junior Kolten Hurst tied it but only for