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Cowboys honor fallen coach with Super Bowl victory

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Cowboys heavyweight football team gave new meaning to the phrase “This one’s for John.” The Cowboys cruised in Wednesday night’s Mesa County Junior Football Association heavyweight Super Bowl 40-6 against ...

Raiders’ strong season ends with Super Bowl win

By Scott Schlaufman

All season, the West Middle School lightweight football team was a dominant force in the Mesa County Junior Football Association. The Raiders were undefeated and averaged 47 points per game. Wednesday, the Raiders finished what they started, ...


Chargers get their revenge vs. Raiders

By Scott Schlaufman

The Redlands Chargers hadn’t forgotten about their lone loss this year, a 24-20 loss to the West Raiders in the opening game of the season. The Chargers’ chance at redemption came in Tuesday’s 5th grade Super Bowl of the ...

Broncos hold on to beat Chargers

By Jon Mitchell

The Broncos of Mount Garfield Middle School found just the right time to get back their defensive mojo — right when the Redlands Chargers were getting a spark back in their offense. Dan McLean’s interception with 2 minutes, 34 ...

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Schmitke’s big day helps Utah win first Border War

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Keenan Schmitke picked a good time to get back to racing. The Salt Lake City 20-year-old returned to the track for the first time in more than a year Sunday and ended up winning the Superkarts!USA Mountain Region Finals S2 class race at Grand ...

Rattlers hoping for good turnout for scrambles

By Patrick Bahr

The Bookcliff Rattlers Motorcycle Club is hosting its biggest race of the fall this weekend. The 2010 Snakebite Hare Scrambles are Saturday and Sunday at the motocross track north of the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The pit area is ...

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24 Hours of Moab, facts and figures

By Robert Garcia

The 16th Annual 24 Hours of Moab endurance mountain bike race attracted more than 1,500 participants last Saturday and Sunday. Held approximately 15 miles south of Moab, Utah, nearly 4,000 racers, support crews and spectators created a ...

Interest in Grand Valley youth hockey doesn’t wane without rink in town

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Valley Youth Hockey Association found out not having a rink in town will not hurt participation. Enough players signed up during the GVYHA’s registration Sept. 28-29 to field six full traveling teams. The Junior Mavs have ...

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Wally winner: GJ’s Covington captures King of the Track title

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Jason Covington can put his own NHRA Wally trophy on the shelf next to his father’s. The 27-year-old Grand Junction racer won the King of the Track title Saturday afternoon at Western Colorado Dragway. Covington received a Wally trophy ...


Saddle bronc state finals make for ‘great atmosphere’ at fairgrounds

By Patrick Bahr

Saddle bronc is the oldest event in rodeo. The competition that pairs a bucking horse with a rider trying to hold on for eight seconds is also one of its most challenging events. Sunday at the 35th annual Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State ...

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