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Gene Taylor’s team all about playing tough competition

By Patrick Bahr

The goal hasn’t changed for the Gene Taylor’s baseball team. After a several-year hiatus, the 18-under competitive baseball team was started up again in 2007 as a way to get the top players in the area some top-notch ...


Baldwin forgoes college baseball experience, signs with Royals

By Patrick Bahr

For Geoff Baldwin, the dream to play professional baseball has come true. Tuesday, three days after he was drafted in the 10th round, Baldwin signed a seven-year contract with the Kansas City Royals. Although the details of the contract ...


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Shields dethrones Ross in men’s final at Elam Classic

By Patrick Bahr

Cory Ross was on the edge of setting himself apart in the Elam Classic tennis tournament history books. The Littleton resident has dominated the Elam Classic since 2003, having won four singles titles, including the past three, as well as ...


SPT BMX RACE 6-14

9-year-old goes distance to get better on her bike

By Staff

Jessica Grove isn’t about to let her dad one-up her. Her father races trucks. At 9 years old, Jessica is a little young to be racing motorized vehicles, but she’s found her racing niche elsewhere. The Grand Junction resident was ...


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Family tournament a hit at Elam Classic

By Patrick Bahr

While most see tennis as an individual sport, the Elliott’s see it more as a family sport. That’s why Ron Elliott put together the Elam Family Tennis Tournament to go in conjunction with the Elam Classic this weekend at Canyon ...


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Four players turn back clock, fight to join final pairing

By Patrick Bahr

When the Elam Classic Tennis Tournament got down to its final four singles players Saturday at Canyon View Park, there was no shortage of history between those fighting for a spot in the final. On the top half of the bracket, three-time ...


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Johnson playing in Elam for first time in years

By Patrick Bahr

Richard Johnson has played in tennis tournaments all over the world. The 2004 Fruita Monument High School graduate played four years of tennis at Pepperdine University before spending the past year traveling to Mexico, Norway, Spain, Japan ...


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Open Track Meet gives everyone a chance to run

By Patrick Bahr

The Lincoln Park Open Track Meet gives everyone the opportunity to run, throw and jump. Thursday was the first of two track meets this summer at Stocker Stadium put on by the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation department that allows athletes ...


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Grand Junction graduate Hamilton drafted by Padres

By Patrick Bahr

Dane Hamilton was probably one of the last people to find out Thursday he was drafted by the San Diego Padres. During the final day of the Major League Baseball draft, the former Grand Junction High School and University of New Mexico ...


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Shields brothers prepared for Elam Classic

By Patrick Bahr

Clancy Shields does things the right way. The Grand Junction native recently completed his final year of college tennis at Boise State University, where he helped lead the Broncos from a team with only one returning starter (Shields) to a ...


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