Time for a change

Rush resigns as GJ baseball coach to spend more time with family

Grand Junction High School coach Kyle Rush led the Tigers to the 2005 state title, top, but Tuesday resigned after 12 years on the job. Rush wants to spend more time with his family and felt his message wasn’t getting across to his players. Rush was 182-73 as the Tigers’ head coach.



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Grand Junction High School coach Kyle Rush led the Tigers to the 2005 state title, top, but Tuesday resigned after 12 years on the job. Rush wants to spend more time with his family and felt his message wasn’t getting across to his players. Rush was 182-73 as the Tigers’ head coach.

Kyle Rush and baseball have been synonymous ever since he was helping Fruita Monument High School win the 1993 state championship with his twin brother, Kirk. For the past 12 years,…




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