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Anderson, Fruita duo use distinct approaches to win Tiger Invite

By Amanda Hansen

Two strikingly different strategies led Hotchkiss sophomore Natalie Anderson and Fruita junior Kyler Brown to individual titles at Friday’s Tiger Invitational cross country meet at Canyon View Park. Anderson viewed her race as “running against time.” Brown joined forces with second-place finisher and teammate Chuck Bisbee to pace the field. Anderson, who claimed her second individual title in as many weeks, led the girls 5,000-meter race nearly from start to finish. She ...

Junior’s pair of 3-run HRs lift GJ past Central

By Amanda Hansen

Junior Arrianna Diaz hit a pair of three-run home runs Thursday night, lifting Grand Junction High School’s softball team to its eight straight win, 9-7 over Central at Kronkright Complex. The Tigers (9-1, 2-0 Southwestern League) trailed 7-6 in the bottom of the sixth when Diaz drove in the winning run with her second home run of the game. The shortstop was 2 for 4 with six RBI. “We always preach to our girls, you never know when it’s your moment,” said Grand ...

‘Cats win SWL opener over GJ

By Amanda Hansen

Fruita Monument High School opened the Southwestern League volleyball season Tuesday night with a 3-0 win over rival Grand Junction, 25-23, 25-19, 25-18. “It’s not just the first conference win, but the first one against Junction,” Fruita head coach Bob Richardson said. “It’s always a big rivalry, pretty nerve-racking for both sides, I’m sure. We’re young, and it’s hard for the kids to settle themselves down and not make an error. But, ...

‘Cats claw back to win in 5 games

By Amanda Hansen

The Fruita Monument High School volleyball team, despite being plagued by injuries and illness, claimed a 3-2 victory Saturday over Moffat County High School, 25-22, 25-17, 20-25, 22-25, 15-11. “I’m glad we won,” Fruita head coach Bob Richardson said. “It was ugly volleyball all the way around. We just didn’t play well from the get-go. We have one girl sick, two girls injured, and we had girls playing where they have never played before. It wasn’t ...

Running with a purpose: Lebron, Anderson win Central Invitational

By Amanda Hansen

Moffat County senior Alfredo Lebron and Hotchkiss sophomore Natalie Anderson won the individual boys and girls titles, respectively, Friday at the Central Invitational cross country meet at Long Family Memorial Park. Lebron claimed his second straight first-place finish with a time of 16 minutes, 25 seconds. The senior won the Lori Fitzgerald Pre-State Invitational Class 4A race in 16:12 last weekend. “We had a really good weekend last week in Denver,” Moffat County coach Todd ...

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