Josiah C. Cuellar

Josiah C. Cuellar was born in San Angelo, Texas, a small rural community in the western part of the state known for its farming, ranching and beautiful Concho River. A Texas A&M San Antonio graduate specializing in multi-media reporting, Cuellar is an award winning photographer and reporter whose work focuses on community news and sports.
Cuellar takes pride in the honor and privilege he has to capture the beautiful reflections of Stark County communities while recording the continued rich history of South Western North Dakota.

His field of coverage includes collegiate and prep sports for all of southwest North Dakota.

Readers can reach Cuellar at 701-456-1241 or jcuellar@thedickinsonpress.com.

Languages: English, Spanish

“There used to be this saying, I don't know if it gets used much anymore, but they would call superb players a 'gamer' and that is what Meg is,” said head coach Kendra Schillo.
“We had runners on first and second a couple times and the lead runner on a few times too, but just didn't take advantage of our opportunities and they did,” said Tyler Frenzel.
“We were throwing a lot of pitches elevated in the zone and they made us pay for mistakes,” said Cam Johnson, Big Sticks head coach.
JAMESTOWN — Dickinson nearly collected the triple crown after winning their regular season and the Western Dakota Association postseason tournament, but would fall short in their final game of the season at the NDHSAA state championship.
Six seniors lead a team that dominated the west, made a state tournament appearance and closed out their season with a two home run game to clinch bronze.
The Midgets return to the state championship in back-to-back years after downing Jamestown 5-4.
JAMESTOWN — It wasn't the smoothest of wins from the Midgets, but they live to fight another day at The North Dakota High School Athletic Association baseball state tournament.
The Midgets had a strong start to the state tourney and are one of four western teams continuing to semifinals.
"That's one thing with our team is that they don't give up all the way to the last inning. I am so thankful as a coach to have a good team,” said Amanda Mickey.
For a third year in a row Dickinson will be participating at state, if the season cancellation of 2020 is taken into consideration.