Good and bad: Offense shows potential, defense needs work in Fruita’s season-opening loss

Fruita Monument quarterback Zach Thorpe showed he could move the offense Friday, throwing for 190 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 26-14 loss to Broomfield at Stocker Stadium.



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Fruita Monument quarterback Zach Thorpe showed he could move the offense Friday, throwing for 190 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 26-14 loss to Broomfield at Stocker Stadium.

New Fruita Monument High School football coach Shawn Marsh was bummed Friday night, but he was hardly upset. Marsh realizes it’s hard to expect a team with a new coach playing a…




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