Tiger Invite turning into a cat fight

Tiger Invite turning into cat fightTiger boys, Panther girls lead after first day of meet

Fruita Monument’s Zac Griggs, right, sprints to the finish line Friday to win his heat in the 100-meter dash at the Tiger Invitational at Stocker Stadium. The Wildcats are in fifth place after the first day of the two-day meet.



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Fruita Monument’s Zac Griggs, right, sprints to the finish line Friday to win his heat in the 100-meter dash at the Tiger Invitational at Stocker Stadium. The Wildcats are in fifth place after the first day of the two-day meet.

Grand Junction High School’s boys and Delta’s girls were the first-day frontrunners at the Tiger Invitational track and field meet. Host Grand Junction’s 38 points gave it a…




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