Ignacio girls honor silenced during victory over Nucla

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Ignacio girls honor silenced during victory over Nucla

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Joel Priest/For The Durango HeraldDancers perform during the Grand Entry ceremony at the SunUte Community Center on Saturday.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Lacee Brunson takes the ball away from a Nucla player in Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Robyn Ludecker of the Fort Lewis College Indigenous Society of Psychologists speaks during halftime of Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center in Ignacio.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Ebonee Gomez rips the ball away from Nuicla’s Keelee Redd during Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center. The Bobcats won 62-15.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Members of the Sky Hawk Drum Group perform during pregame festivities at the SunUte Community Center.

Ignacio girls honor silenced during victory over Nucla

Joel Priest/For The Durango HeraldDancers perform during the Grand Entry ceremony at the SunUte Community Center on Saturday.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Lacee Brunson takes the ball away from a Nucla player in Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Robyn Ludecker of the Fort Lewis College Indigenous Society of Psychologists speaks during halftime of Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center in Ignacio.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Ebonee Gomez rips the ball away from Nuicla’s Keelee Redd during Saturday’s game at the SunUte Community Center. The Bobcats won 62-15.
Joel Priest/For The Durango Herald

Members of the Sky Hawk Drum Group perform during pregame festivities at the SunUte Community Center.
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