Montrose leads way at Black Canyon Invite

Grand Junction’s Daniel Ness returns a shot to Central’s Lael Nordstrom on Tuesday in Ness’ 6-1, 6-0 victory at
No. 2 singles. The Tigers won the dual 7-0, sweeping all seven matches in straight sets.



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Grand Junction’s Daniel Ness returns a shot to Central’s Lael Nordstrom on Tuesday in Ness’ 6-1, 6-0 victory at
No. 2 singles. The Tigers won the dual 7-0, sweeping all seven matches in straight sets.

Four Montrose High School boys golfers shot 77 or better Tuesday as the host Indians won the Black Canyon Invitational by one stroke over Rifle. Riley Willis led the way for Montrose,…




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