With the Montrose Marlins’ Winter Open in the books, coach Beth Heibel said the goal heading into the future is to develop “habits.”
As the swim team’s lone senior, Natalee Luis has taken over the leadership role that tends to comes with that grade.
Cole Simmons may have been bumped up from his normal 182-pound class Thursday night, but the Montrose wrestler wasn’t going to let a little extra weight going to deter him in being aggressive.
The next month and a half will be an intriguing time for Montrose basketball.
- Lady Indians put up good shots at the basket but can’t prevail against Panthers
- Reese and Hutto shine as Montrose defense shuts down Delta offense in second half
- Lady Pirates’ inexperience hurts team in loss to talented Grand Valley squad
- Van Nooten thriving this season after offseason workout
- Montrose’s experienced wrestlers prevail, but Indians come up short against Cedaredge
- Indians never trail in win despite poor second-half defensive effort
- Lady Indians defense helps them secure big win over Rifle
- Pirates’ Gray wins Gunnison Tournament; 6 MHS wrestlers place in Utah
- Soccer tourney a success for young players
- Lady Indians take sixth at home meet
- TenNapel makes first state cut for Lady Indians
- Pirates can’t keep up with ‘pretty tough’ Hotchkiss team
- Indians kickoff 2020 with trip to Utah Tournament
- Indians football wins big in all-league selection
- Indians go 3-0 at Aztec Tournament; girls hoops lose to SWL rival in championship contest