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Winter Sports

Evan Johnson, Staff Writer

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It’s October and we’ve already seen two snows, so to many it may already feel like winter. With everyone gearing up for the first quarter to end, fall sports are ending as well. This opens the door to many more sports for Rocky students. Many people at Rocky are involved in sports and as winter sports roll around, there is whole new wave of athletes looking to start up again.

Winter sports are a huge part of Rocky’s community and are a great way to get involved with the school. If you are interested in any of the sports below, you can contact the coaches for tryout info.

If you are committed to being a successful Lobo and want to play sports, here is your opportunity. Basketball player Sean Kidd said the best thing about winter sports is, “Being together with your team inside and feeling a brotherhood inside the school.”


Winter Sports
Boys Basketball
Mr. Brian Tafel

Girls Basketball

Head Coach – Justin Vallejo


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Head Coach – Brittany Mitchell


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Dance Team

Head Coach – Carlie Morken

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Ice Hockey  

Head Coach – Dylan Strom

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Girls Swimming & Diving

Head Coach – Rob Huey

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Unified Basketball

Head Coach – Chris O’Grady

work phone # – 979-488-7082

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Unified Cheer

Head Coach – Jessica Stelzer

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Head Coach – Brad Hargreaves

work phone # – 970-488-7094

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Evan Johnson, Staff Writer

Evan Johnson is a sophomore at Rocky Mountain High School. He plays baseball and enjoys spending time with his friends. He is always trying to lighten...

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