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Mrs. Sower-Luebchow was born Jan. 7, 1945, in Chicago and was adopted by Kenneth and Laura Sower. Growing up, she lived in Lake Mead, Nevada; San Francisco; Australia; and Bayfield. The family moved often because of Mr. Sower's career as an engineer.
Mrs. Ladman was born to Floyd and Arlene Beaver on March 2, 1950, in Durango...She attended Bayfield High School and graduated as class valedictorian in 1968. After high school, Mrs. Ladman attended beautician school and also worked at her family's
Class 3A Track and Field State Championships on Thursday at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood. Eva-Lou Edwards of Bayfield High School celebrated a 3,200 victory, too; the BHS senior defended her state championship in the 2-mile and didn't lose a
T here will be a new Bayfield High School boys basketball coach for the second consecutive year...BHS athletic director David Preszler announced in a release Wednesday that Bayfield's school board approved the hiring of Jeff Lehnus to fill Stephens'
E veryone on the Bayfield High School girls soccer team was crying after the Wolverines' 6-0 loss to No. Manitou Springs in the first round of the Colorado High School Activities Assocation Class 3A playoff game in Colorado Springs. No one was crying
A tie and a loss in the final two games of the regular season had Jen Zelinski hoping her Bayfield Wolverines would earn a spot in the top 25 of the state tournament bracket. Class 3A Girls Soccer State Championship field was set Sunday, and Bayfield
Steve Lewis/Durango Herald file photo Meaghan Mooney and the Bayfield Wolverines have turned their attention from Gabriela Garcia and the Ignacio Bobcats to the Center Vikings for a 4 p.m. home game Monday at Wolverine Country Stadium. Meanwhile, the
Steve Lewis/Durango Herald file photo Bayfield High School track and field head coach Sherry Kimball thinks Mikayla Westbrook and the Wolverines' throwers may be on the verge of a breakout day Saturday at the Pine River Invitational at Wolverine
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald file photo (2012) Nobody will know for sure until the Arizona Diamondbacks examine Clay Miller's magnetic resonance imaging exams, but the Bayfield High School alumnus left his last start for South Mountain Community
I gnacio High School may have been the host team for the Abel Velasquez Invitational, but Wolverine Country Stadium gave Bayfield High School the home-field advantage. The Wolverines won 16 events Saturday in Bayfield to take the girls team