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Sneak peek: Ledebur, Proietti show glimpse of what’s to come this season for GJ Tigers

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Elam Junior Tournament finals provided a look into Grand Junction High School’s boys and girls tennis lineups. Although challenge matches will determine positions on the teams, two players took a step ahead for singles positions in ...


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Carpenter advances to Elam Junior final

By Allen Gemaehlich

Courtlyn Carpenter doesn’t get caught up in expectations. The 15-year-old doesn’t keep track of her tennis record or results. She simply plays for fun. So far, it’s working. Carpenter advanced to her first junior ...


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Four teams stave off elimination to force second title games today

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Toward the end of a long week of playoff baseball, Little League managers are checking, double-checking and even triple-checking pitch counts. There’s someone in the pressbox whose responsibility it is to track every pitch. Each team ...


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Stressing out: Fruita Monument’s Jennifer Campbell battling back after common setback

By Allen Gemaehlich

Once Jennifer Campbell tried running, she couldn’t get enough of it. The 16-year-old runs for the Fruita Monument High School cross-country and track team. She loved running so much, her practice workout wasn’t enough. Campbell ...


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Grandpa’s crew: Nordstrom brothers put grandfather’s tutelage to use in victories at Elam Junior

By Allen Gemaehlich

Their grandfather often took Jesi and Lael Nordstrom out to play tennis. Jesi has played doubles with his grandpa against his grandpa’s friends. “He wanted us to get interested and take lessons,” Jesi said. “Twice a ...


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Maestas carries Palisade to title game in Boys District 1

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Issac Maestas loves football, but baseball is becoming a close second. In only his first year of playing baseball, Maestas is something of a natural. Friday evening, he led Palisade to a 21-7 win over Montrose to reach the championship game ...


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Myers’ clutch hit lifts Fruita to win

By Allen Gemaehlich

It came down to the final at-bat and Karli Myers delivered in the clutch. Myers needed a base hit and came through Thursday night with a bases-clearing two-run double to lift the Fruita Little League Major Girls All-Stars to a 6-5 victory ...


Hamilton hard at work after stadium plan OK’d

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Jamie Hamilton wasted no time Wednesday to start paying for renovations to Stocker Stadium. An hour after Grand Junction City Council members OK’d a plan to secure funding for the $8.3 million project, Hamilton was on the phone with ...


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Grand Mesa routs Fruita in 9-10 All-Star tournament

By Staff

Apparently, 9- and 10-year-old girls have short memories. The Grand Mesa 9-10 Girls All-Stars shrugged off Tuesday’s 5-4 loss to Orchard Mesa in the District 1 softball tournament, beating Fruita 20-2 on Wednesday. “I ...


Sports Briefs, July 7, 2010

By Staff

Tennis Taco Bell entries due Friday Entries for the annual Taco Bell Western Slope Open, scheduled July 20-25, are due by Friday. The tournament is open to players of all ages and abilities and includes family events. The entry fee is $25 ...


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