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Timeout, May 17, 2017

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Fire FC hosts Grand Mesa Invite soccer tournament this weekend

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Mesa Invitational youth soccer tournament is “as big as we can get it right now,” said Fire FC director Shaun Howe, as the local club soccer organization prepares to host 138 teams from four states this weekend. Teams ...


Sports Briefs, May 16, 2017

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College Track & Field Mesa sending 5 to Division II meet Some of the most recent times and marks from Colorado Mesa helped the Mavericks qualify more athletes for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships than ever, ...


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Palisade graduate Greta Van Calcar headed to Oregon State

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After an impressive freshman season, Greta Van Calcar is headed to a Division I program. The Palisade High School graduate will run for Oregon State next season. Oregon State track and cross country coach Kelly Sullivan made the announcement ...


Timeout, May 10, 2017

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Sports Briefs, May 9, 2017

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College Golf Mavs’ McKune in third at regionals Colorado Mesa University’s Trevor McKune fell one spot Tuesday, into a two-way tie for third place during the second of three rounds at the NCAA West/South Central Super Region at ...


Timeout, May 4, 2017

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BASEBALL Wildcat Skills Camp: Camp hosted by Fruita Monument High School baseball coach Ray McLennan and his staff. Tee-ballers through eighth graders welcome. 9 a.m. to noon, May 30-June 1. Fee: $75. Information: 270-6836 or .(JavaScript ...


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Cycling helped veteran through depression

By Dale Shrull

Depression and anger. That can be the ruthless, cruel result of an improvised explosive device. Tom Davis was smiling on Saturday. A satisfied smile tinged with tremendous fatigue. He glances at his hand-cycle as he talks about that IED ...


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‘The Destroyer’ making waves as boxer in his 30s

By Dale Shrull

Brenton Swanson made quick work of his opponent in his professional boxing debut. But a new nickname for the Grand Junction pugilist is still in the works. “I was ‘The Bullet’ when I fought MMA,” he said. “Now, ...


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Belcastro breaking boxing barriers

By Dale Shrull

Six-mile run, 200 sit-ups and at least 10 rounds in the ring. This is not your typical sorority sister at Olivet College’s Nu Gamma Xi. Alissa Belcastro is a boxer, and a good one. The 19-year-old Grand Junction native recently won a ...


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