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Sports Briefs, July 17, 2010

By Staff

Mountain biking Fruita’s Sears places eighth at National Downhill Championships Noah Sears placed eighth in the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Downhill Championships on Saturday in Granby. The 27-year-old from Fruita finished his ...


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Talking twins: Marshall sisters enjoy trash talking, racing each other at dragway

By Allen Gemaehlich

The race was nearly as good as the trash talking. Fraternal twin sisters Delaina and Kelsey Marshall have talked about a ‘grudge’ drag race for more than one year. On Saturday, it finally happened. Delaina beat Kelsey off the ...


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Quite a pair: Madison Ketchem and Tommy taste success in Pinto World Show

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Madison Ketchem took one look at Tommy and fell in love. She wears his name around her neck in a custom-made pendant. When people ask, “Is Tommy your boyfriend?” or ask her mother, Cheryl, why she would let her 12-year-old ...


Kropp family enjoy playing tennis together

By Allen Gemaehlich

For many, the Taco Bell Western Slope Open is an opportunity to play doubles with family. Kris Kropp just wishes there was enough time to participate in them all with his five children. “You want to do as much as you can with your kids ...


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Fruita Little League hopes to continue run in state tourney

By Patrick Bahr

No team showcased a better never-say-die attitude to get to the Little League state tournament than the Fruita Major Girls. Fruita is hosting the Major Girls state tournament that begins today and runs through Wednesday. The District 1 ...


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What you can do: Center for Independence helps those with disabilities enjoy activities

By Patrick Bahr

Leroy Wilcox sums it up best when it comes to the Center for Independence’s approach to athletics. “It’s not your disability, but your ability,” Wilcox said. “We don’t focus on what you can’t do, we ...


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Sears, Landis excited to compete at national championships in Granby

By Allen Gemaehlich

Eric Landis thought his racing days were behind him. A few years after giving up motocross racing, he started mountain biking with his family and found an avenue for racing again. Landis, Noah Sears, Blake Treadway and Ross Schnell are among ...


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Crawford wins 14-16 crown at Daily Sentinel tourney

By Patrick Bahr

Clayton Crawford knows how to finish strong on the golf course. Tuesday at Tiara Rado, the Aspen golfer had an eagle on his final hole during the final round the 53rd annual Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship to win the boys ...


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Course management: Saad’s improved dedication shows in first day of Daily Sentinel tournament

By Patrick Bahr

Joey Saad isn’t the same player he used to be on the golf course. He’s much better. Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, Saad shot a 1-under-par 70 during the first day of The Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship to ...


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All about figure: Local women enjoy physique competition

By Allen Gemaehlich

Deb Leany and Lynn Tonozzi have always been active, but they never imagined they would compete in a women’s figure competition. Once Leany 44, and Tonozzi, 46, decided to enter the competition, they had six weeks to prepare for the Max ...


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