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Deep, talented field: Elam Classic celebrating milestone with great group

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Elam Classic tennis tournament is celebrating a milestone this weekend with one of its deepest and strongest fields in years. The 50th annual men’s pro invitational, which boasts a $10,000 purse, begins at 8:30 a.m. on Friday at ...


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Grand Junction’s Sabre Cook headed to France for international kart race

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sabr&233; Cook recently celebrated her 16th birthday, but this weekend she’s set to have the experience of a lifetime. The Grand Junction girl is competing June 10-13 in the Italian American Motor Engineering Bruno Grana International ...


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Proving ground: CWA gives recreational golfers a chance to show their stuff

By Patrick Bahr

The competitive spirit doesn’t go away easily. The Colorado West Amateur at Bookcliff Country Club showcases that during the tournament’s three-day run. The field of 165 players is separated into five flights based on handicap ...


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Going strong: In 49th year, CWA still draws lots of golfers

By Patrick Bahr

The Alpine Bank Junior College World Series isn’t the only early June institution in Grand Junction. The 49th annual Colorado West Amateur golf tournament is teeing off today at the Bookcliff Country Club. “This is as close to a ...


Local golf results May 27, 2010

By Staff

Holes in One Dave Hunt, May 22 at Tiara Rado Golf Course. No. 8, a 165-yard, par-3, with a 7 iron. Witnesses: Jim Jugler, Chuck Buderus, John Hurley. Marilyn Smith, May 21 at Tiara Rado Golf Course. No. 11, a 146-yard, par-3, with a driver. ...


Local running results May 25, 2010

By Staff

Magnet 5K Saturday at Eagle Rim Park Name, Overall Place, Time Men 1-9 1, Garrett Morse, 71, 41:49.3; 2, Landon Arnold, 81, 49:46.3; 3, Jacob More, 110, 1:01:26.8. Women 1-9 1, Laney Laffler, 54, 34:31.9; 2, Alyssa Morse, 70, ...


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Kids work on skills at Youth Athletes Event Day

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kale Potter was up at 5:30 Monday morning, ready to go. “He’s been very excited,” Potter’s stepfather, Dale Basyne, said. “He’s talked about this the whole weekend.” The 3-year-old was one of nearly ...


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Fire FC wins Colorado State Cup

By Staff

The Fire FC Premier ‘97 girls team from the Grand Junction Soccer Club made history Sunday, overcoming a scoreless first half to beat Nike Rush 1-0 in the Colorado State Cup championship game. “At the half I told the team that we ...


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Horsing around: Horseshoe tournament has vulgar name, easy-going vibe

By Scott Schlaufman

For the past decade, Collbran resident Dave Brant has made the trip to Lincoln Park for an annual horseshoe tournament. It’s a laid-back tournament, starting with the name — use your imagination, now… the “Pitch ...


Steinberg wins Grand Mesa Grind race by more than seven minutes

By Scott Schlaufman

It’s not every day a bicyclist catches a motorcycle, let alone passes one. That was the case Saturday when Brent Steinberg passed the lead escort during the Grand Mesa Grind mountain bike race in Palisade. “I kept yelling at him ...


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