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Runners speed to finish in Monument Downhill 5K

By Staff

Running downhill is hard on the legs and the knees, but boy, when you look at your time, you sure feel good. More than 100 runners got that sensation Saturday morning in the Monument Downhill 5K, which started near the east entrance of ...

Palisade Legion B team reaches state semis

By Staff

The Palisade Legion B baseball team advanced to the semifinals of the state tournament with an 18-8, 5-inning victory over Eagle Valley on Thursday in Frisco. Palisade’s batters found holes in the defense all game long, leading to the ...

Orchard Mesa bows out of Little League softball regional

By Staff

The bats for the Orchard Mesa Major Girls went cold Thursday in the Southwestern Little League Regional in Waco, Texas. Megan Rubalcaba got the only hit for Orchard Mesa, which fell 12-0 to Lubbock Youth Softball, the Texas West ...


A little nostalgia

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They have the same tennis rackets, even the same bag, as they did when they were still in high school. Jason Davis and Sam Meyer decided to come out, rekindle some old memories and play in the Taco Bell Western Slope Open again. “I ...


Crowning success

By Nick Walter

The first vivid memory of her life involved watching a fluorescent green ball float toward her. Aimee Basinski looked up to her Mom, and repeatedly sent the ball back over the net about her height. Fun, for the 3 year old, was defined as ...

Orchard Mesa falls to Texas in SW Regional

By Staff

A rough start proved to be too much for the Orchard Mesa Major Girls to overcome Thursday in the Southwestern Regional in Waco, Texas. The Elgin (Texas) Little League team scored nine runs in the first two innings to defeat Orchard Mesa 16-10 ...

Palisade, Gene Taylor’s both rally for victories

By Staff

The Palisade B legion baseball team rallied Thursday for a 12-8 victory over Sterling at the Legion B state tournament in Frisco. Trailing 8-1 in the third inning, Palisade turned to Tass Crow on the mound. Crow shut down Sterling’s ...

Proietti’s keep chipping away at Taco Bell

By Nick Walter

The family jokes that Dylan Proietti was the guinea pig. He went first, learned the stings and highs that come with the sport of tennis, and brought his findings back to the family. That was eight years ago when Proietti first began playing. ...

Timeout, July 25, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


Regional relevance

By Tim Harty

One breakthrough down, one to go. Orchard Mesa’s Major Girls fastpitch softball team accomplished something this summer that was decades in the making for Orchard Mesa Little League: It won the Major Girls state tournament and advanced ...

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