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‘A good change’

By Jon Mitchell

The 18 Road mountain bike trails north of Fruita have gotten a lot more attention over the years. Back in 2005, according to Chris Pipkin of the Bureau of Land Management, an estimated 33,000 annual visitors came to the trails. Ten years ...


Sahm wins playoff at Triple Play

By Matt Meyer

Kim Eaton hit as good of a tee shot as she could have hoped for Sunday on the 18th hole of Tiara Rado Golf Course. The Mesa, Arizona golfer took a gamble in a one-hole playoff with Morgan Sahm in the championship flight at the Western Slope ...


Casually competitive

By Matt Meyer

There’s a casual competitiveness to the Western Slope Triple Play golf tournament. Billed as the only three-day women’s golf tournament in Colorado, the championship flight is filled with immensely talented golfers, many of whom ...


Running fast is a big draw for Monument Downhill competitors

By Matt Meyer

Mason Frank set out to win the Monument Downhill 5K race on Saturday, but second place isn’t bad for a walk-up entry dealing with shin splints. It was all Frank could do to match the blistering pace of overall winner Adam Rich — ...

Bess’ big day carries Gene Taylor’s to easy win at Legion state tourney

By Staff

Gene Taylor’s bounced back Friday from its first loss in the Colorado American Legion Baseball “A Elite” state tournament by hammering Fairview 28-11 in Brighton. Gene Taylor’s coach Dave Jahnke said the team came out ...

Sports Briefs, July 28, 2016

By Staff

American Legion Baseball Win streak ends for Gene Taylor’s The winning streak is over for Gene Taylor’s. One more loss and the season is over. The Greeley Gojos topped Gene Taylor’s 15-5 on Thursday in the teams’ ...

Sports Briefs, July 27, 2016

By Staff

American Legion Baseball Taylor’s starts state with easy win Gene Taylor’s started the American Legion Baseball state tournament with a convincing 13-2 win over Monarch in Brighton on Wednesday. Eight different players had ...

Timeout, July 27, 2016

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


Montgomery, McGlade win men’s open doubles at Taco Bell Western Slope Open tournament

By Jon Mitchell

All Chris Montgomery and Chris McGlade needed Sunday during the second set of their championship match was to regroup. Playing against Mike Cox and Tao Thongvanh in the final of the men’s open doubles pickleball division of the Taco ...

No rust for Searle in winning Taco Bell men’s open singles title

By Jon Mitchell

Matt Harris and Ryder Searle hadn’t played competitive tennis in more than a year. That absence didn’t hurt them this week at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. The two young guns knocked off any rust they might have accumulated ...

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