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No I in team

By Tim Harty

American Legion baseball seasons happen in a short span of time, but they get long in terms of the number of games packed into two months. Hit a rough stretch near the end, and weary players’ tempers can flare. The Gene Taylor’s ...


Footgolf offers inexpensive alternative to regular golf

By Eden Laase

When Nathan Poirier and his wife, Emily, traveled to visit her family in California, they stumbled upon a golf course that offered footgolf, a new sport that is quickly growing across the country. The two gave it a try, and a few months ...

Timeout, July 22, 2015

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 += ...


Multiple chances: Playing several divisions fun for Campos

By Tim Harty

As a 13-year-old, it made sense when Julianna Campos signed up for the Junior Women 14 Singles division at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open tennis tournament. But the soon-to-be eighth-grader didn’t stop there. She also signed up to ...


Taco Bell tourney is family affair for May brothers

By Eden Laase

With a neon green cap on his head and an oversized water bottle in hand, Jonathan May sits alongside a court at the Taco Bell Western Slope Open on Monday at the Elliott Tennis Center. The 12-year-old is watching his older brother, Joshua, in ...


Caldwell piling up racquetball recognition

By Eden Laase

At 4 years old, Lily Caldwell got her first taste of racquetball. She wasn’t even in school yet, but Caldwell knew she had found her passion. She was too small to hold a racket on her own, but Caldwell remembers the moment well. Her ...


Monument Little League falls 1-0 in state tournament

By Eden Laase

The Monument Little League baseball team and coach Jeff Satterfield had their first 1-0 game Sunday against Academy. It’s a rarity in Little League, and even more rare at the 9/10 level. Unfortunately for Monument boy’s team, it ...


Gladiators cruise to win, will play for 4th straight title

By Matt Meyer

Two large fights and several smaller skirmishes broke out Saturday night at the American Developmental Football League playoff semifinal between the Grand Junction Gladiators and the Colorado Cougars. The Grand Junction Police Department was ...


Fruita Major Girls win state, run to regionals

By Eden Laase

The Fruita Major Girls softball team started its Little League state tournament game Saturday against High Plains with a 2-1 deficit. Fruita ended it with 13 jubilant players taking a victory lap around the field, a Colorado State Champions ...


Ochoa’s arm, bat lift Monument 9/10 Boys to Little League win

By Eden Laase

Last season, Monument Little League’s Cameron Ochoa was a role player, picking up an at-bat here and there for the 9/10 Boys baseball team. This season was different, and Friday night, Ochoa was central to Monument’s 6-3 win over ...

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