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As ambassador for sport, Finch saddened Olympics dropped softball

By Patti Arnold

Jennie Finch’s heart breaks a little each day during the London Olympics. Only four years ago, she was a star pitcher for Team USA in the Beijing Olympics, knowing that she was on the last softball team that would compete for a gold ...


GJ 8-year-old wins junior golf tourney

By Staff

Luke Olkowski of Grand Junction took first place in his first Colorado Junior Golf Association event on Wednesday at Centre Hills Golf Course in Aurora. The 8-year-old, who will be a second grader at Holy Family Catholic School this fall, ...


Monumental belief

By Tim Harty

The Little League World Series is played in Williamsport, Pa., and the Monument Little League Major baseball team knows it. But does the name Williamsport resonate with them? Is it to them what Omaha, Neb., is for NCAA Division I baseball? Is ...

Monument Major Boys don’t let past affect future

By Tim Harty

With the frequency of a refrain in a pop song, members of the Monument Little League Major boys baseball team yell “Next.” They wear it on the back of their T-shirts above their number, between quotation marks and written in ...

Timeout, Aug. 1, 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 ...

Cook grabs sizeable lead in Superkarts! USA Tour S2 standings

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Sabré Cook secured the lead in the Superkarts! USA Pro Tour S2 semi-pro class season points standings with a third-consecutive runner-up finish in the SKUSA SummerNationals on July 21 at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah. Cook ...



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He’s always been one of the favorites to win the Taco Bell Western Slope Open men’s open singles title, but he hasn’t. Dan MacDonald has played in the annual tennis tournament since 1990 and won the men’s open singles ...


Right on court

By Nick Walter

Between the white lines, his mind doesn’t consult his body. Heat and court-cutting and racket-swinging in mechanical motion undermine the legs, the arms, and pummel the lungs. But Luke Ledebur doesn’t know it. It’s a ...


GJ Gladiators top Predatorz

By Nick Walter

The Grand Junction Gladiators are one win away from an APFL2 championship. The Gladiators on Saturday defeated the Mile High Predatorz 24-6 before about 250 people at Stocker Stadium in the minor-league football semifinal. And Grand ...


Thornton wins Taco title

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Carrie Thornton tried the 3.5-skill level in the Taco Bell Western Slope Open tennis tournament for the first time last year. This year, she had to play it. The Palisade High School teacher, who was recently rated a 3.5 in the National ...

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