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Palisade High School’s Randen Espinoza balances himself on his head Friday as he works toward defeating Josh Nira of Rocky Mountain 7-2 in a 113-pound second-round match in the Warrior Classic at Central High School.

GJ’s Lacy eyes final of Warrior Classic

Cody Lacy was leading 5-3 when Maya Nelson grabbed his leg and drove it into the mat.
Lacy didn’t panic. The Grand Junction High School 120-pound junior knew the situation and what he needed to do. He worked his way out of trouble and won a 9-3 decision over the All-American female wrestler from Denver East on Friday evening in the Warrior Classic quarterfinals at Central High School.

10 jailed in meth, heroin ring

Ten people arrested Thursday and Friday, and six more who are wanted on arrest warrants, are allegedly tied to a local drug trafficking organization that’s supplied by a Front Range motorcycle club, as revealed during a five-month investigation involving use of court-approved wiretaps, according to court records and law enforcement officials.

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