The Paonia Eagles dominated both sides of the football Friday night to defeat the visiting Hotchkiss Bulldogs, 41-0.
Senior Jesse Burns rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns in 11 carries in the conference win.
Three golfers from Delta County were in Boulder early this week for state competition. Qualifiers included Rowyn Carmichael, a senior at Delta High School; Atley Harris, a junior at Delta High School; and Lucie Sachova, a foreign exchange student from Cedaredge High School.
The Paonia volleyball team won its conference game against Hotchkiss on Friday, Sept. 28, 25-13, 25-18, 25-18. Poppy Lightfoot led in kills with nine, and Jessica Deaton had eight kills.
With stands full of raucous fans, fired up for the Cedaredge Homecoming football game, the Bruins played their hearts out against the Olathe Pirates on Friday, Sept. 28.
The two conference foes jousted between the 20 yard lines for much of the game.
Katya Schwieterman cruised to her second cross country meet win of the season, finishing 20 seconds ahead of her closest competitor to win the Delta Sweitzer meet, running a season-best time of 20 minutes, 40.8 seconds.
The Eagles had three top-10 finishes and set six personal- or season-best records.
What is Homecoming? A time of tradition where we welcome home the alumni and former students of our Delta High School. A time where we show our school spirit and a week that consists of fun events and our Homecoming football game.
In 1942, a man named Obid Martin worked in Hotchkiss for a sheepherder named William Green.
His biological granddaughters, sisters Joan Ratliff of Littleton, Colo., and Becky McKinney, of West Point, Mo., would like to know more about what he did here, and where he might have been headed from here.
Levi Broyles of Delta and Katya Schwieterman of Paonia were the top placing male and female Sunday at the first Paonia Elementary School 5k race. The race began and ended at Paonia Town Park.
The 401st annual Apple-fest weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6 and 7, will be filled with fun, food, activity, fundraisers, music and lots and lots of apples.
From the first alarm sounding the Five Alarm Chili Cook-off at the fire house on Thursday, until the final chords from two days of music fade away into the leafy canopy of Town Park on Sunday afternoon, Applefest 2018 promises something for everyone.
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