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Prep baseball results, April 20, 2015

By Staff

Montrose 8, Grand Junction 2 Monday at Canyon View Park Montrose 021 100 4 — 8 10 2 Grand Junction 101 000 0 — 2 7 3 WP — Kyle Freeburg 7 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 3K. LP — Caleb Coleman 7 IP, 8 R, 10 H 2 BB, 5 ...


NCAA Division II baseball rankings

By Staff

Division II Rankings Collegiate Baseball April 20 Team Record Points Pvs 1. Franklin Pierce 34-2 480 1 2. Colorado Mesa 37-5 462 2 3. Minnesota St. 29-4 444 5 4. St. Cloud St. 35-3 442 6 5. Alabama-Huntsville 35-6-1 420 ...


CMU softball boxscores, April 20, 2015

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 8,
Colorado Christian 7 Monday at Regency Athletic Complex, Denver Game 1 Colorado Mesa (AB-R-H-RBI) Brown, lf 4-0-1-0, Kovac, ss 3-1-2-2, Hodgson, dp/p 4-0-0-0, Pakes, c 2-0-0-0, Adams, c 2-0-0-0, Schulz, 2b 4-2-2-0, ...


Mavs tied for RMAC softball lead

By Staff

It’ll all come down to Sunday in Chadron, Nebraska. The Colorado Mesa softball team swept a doubleheader from Colorado Christian on Monday, 8-7, 14-3, to move into a tie for first place in the RMAC with Metro State. The Mavericks ...


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Winning the battle

By Dale Shrull

It was a battle between a pair of battlers on the mound. In the end, Kyle Freeburg and Montrose got the best of Grand Junction with an 8-2 Southwestern League win on Monday at Canyon View Park. Montrose (10-4, 3-3 SWL) took a 4-2 lead into ...


Marijuana sales infuse De Beque with green

By Amy Hamilton

License plates in the parking lot mostly hailed from Colorado, but they also came from Utah and Texas. A number of shoppers inside identified themselves as Grand Junction residents. For a Monday, Mesa County’s only recreational ...


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Teens out to lunch

By Erin McIntyre

After emerging from the cafeteria with a Styrofoam tray loaded with a hamburger and broccoli, and some chocolate milk to drink, Grand Junction High School freshman Zachery Branstetter heads for Mr. Gregg’s room. He has fifth-hour math in ...


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Little time for lunch can have negative ripple effect

By Erin McIntyre

Shrinking lunch periods are a common complaint among students, school lunch professionals and parents in School District 51. Although high school students enjoy 40 to 50 minutes spent eating and socializing, elementary and middle school ...


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Pizza still a central player in school lunches

By Erin McIntyre

At Grand Junction High School, about one-third of the meals served include Pizza Hut pizza, according to Kitchen Manager Nancy Lauridsen. This proportion of pizza served isn’t unusual across the district. Yes, pizza made by Pizza Hut is ...


Health Briefs, April 21, 2015

By Staff

Pedicures are enjoyable, 
yet risky, local doctor says Sandal season is back and so is the desire for pretty, pedicured toes. Whether treating yourself to a pedicure at home or at a salon, make sure you’re playing it safe, said ...


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