Rod Jones returns as volleyball coach

Originally Published The Nugget News August 2, 2016 Author Rongi Yost Rod Jones has dedicated his life to kids, as teacher and educator, counselor, coach and parent. Jones taught health and physical education for 30 years, and coached multiple sports at the high...
Young Outlaw lives a football dream

Young Outlaw lives a football dream

Originally Published The Nugget News July 26, 2016 By Erin Borla Sisters’ 16-year-old Tyler Friend had an opportunity of a lifetime recently by attending the Russell Wilson Passing Academy (RWPA) in Seattle, Washington. Friend is the son of Dena and Josh Dunn....
Outlaws moving on to college sports

Outlaws moving on to college sports

Originally Published The Nugget News June 14, 2016 By Charlie Kanzig The Sisters High School class of 2016 includes at least eight athletes who intend to join college teams next year to continue their careers. Among girls, Michaela Miller and Hannah Ceciliani will be...
Outlaws run down medals at state

Outlaws run down medals at state

Originally Published The Nugget News May 24, 2016 Author Charlie Kanzig Nearly every Sisters athlete who qualified for the state track and field meet came home with a medal, concluding the 2016 season on a high note for the Outlaws. The Sisters athletes jumped, threw...
Girls win District track title

Girls win District track title

  Originally Published The Nugget News May 17, 2016 Author Charlie Kanzig The Sisters Outlaws girls track and field team won its second consecutive Sky-Em District team title, while the boys team placed a strong third in the two-day meet that concluded Saturday,...
Outlaws turn in strong effort on the diamond

Outlaws turn in strong effort on the diamond

Originally Published The Nugget News May 10, 2016 Author Tom Mauldin They might not have a winning streak, but the Sisters High School’s youthful varsity softball team continues to do three things: improve, battle injuries, and gain vast experience. “I...