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Sports Briefs, July 27, 2016

By Staff

American Legion Baseball Taylor’s starts state with easy win Gene Taylor’s started the American Legion Baseball state tournament with a convincing 13-2 win over Monarch in Brighton on Wednesday. Eight different players had ...


Timeout, July 27, 2016

By Staff

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Montgomery, McGlade win men’s open doubles at Taco Bell Western Slope Open tournament

By Jon Mitchell

All Chris Montgomery and Chris McGlade needed Sunday during the second set of their championship match was to regroup. Playing against Mike Cox and Tao Thongvanh in the final of the men’s open doubles pickleball division of the Taco ...


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No rust for Searle in winning Taco Bell men’s open singles title

By Jon Mitchell

Matt Harris and Ryder Searle hadn’t played competitive tennis in more than a year. That absence didn’t hurt them this week at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. The two young guns knocked off any rust they might have accumulated ...


Gene Taylor’s stretches winning streak to 10 games

By Staff

Gene Taylor’s continues to roll through its American Legion baseball league schedule after picking up another four wins over two days. Saturday, Gene Taylor’s swept Fairview with the offense putting up big numbers in both wins. ...


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The wheel deal

By Jon Mitchell

The players participating in the wheelchair division of the 58th-annual Taco Bell Western Slope Open tennis tournament still have fond memories of Lillian Brawer. “She took care of us,” Kriss Burwell of Grand Junction ...


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Family matters

By Jon Mitchell

Beth Brownson and Laura Ludlam have fond memories of the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. The sisters, both of whom graduated from Grand Junction High School and played tennis for current Tigers coach Carol Elliott, returned to the annual ...


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Brotherly love

By Dale Shrull

Ian Hegstrom had an easy volley at the net, but he flubbed it right into the twine. He groaned as Cal Hegstrom came up and razzed him a little. Nothing too serious, just some light-hearted ribbing that both laughed off. The Hegstrom brothers ...


Sports Briefs, July 21, 2016

By Staff

Swimming & Diving Long course state meet taking place in Grand Junction this weekend Maverick Aquatics is hosting the Colorado Long Course State Championships beginning today. More than 1,000 swimmers and approximately 49 swim teams ...


Timeout, July 20, 2016

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