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Orchard Mesa Little League celebrates 50 years

By Staff

Players wearing the red and white uniforms of Orchard Mesa Little League are celebrating their 50th anniversary this season. Saturday at Orchard Mesa Little League, many of the founders and their families will be honored by throwing the first ...


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Skyline Sports gives players a place to play when the weather is poor

By Patrick Bahr

No more playing soccer on a wood gym floor. No more constantly moving batting cages to available buildings. No more hoping for a warm winter weekend so a baseball team can get a jump-start on the season. From a building that one year ago ...


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Junior Mavs win Colorado title

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The fact they had no home ice arena never deterred the Grand Valley Junior Mavericks 10-under hockey team. The squirt division (10-under) team proved it didn’t need an ice rink to win, capturing the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association ...


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A strong team: Support of others helpful for 970muscle team members

By Patrick Bahr

Derek Trombetta is bringing the idea of team to an individual sport. Trombetta, owner of 970muscle, is taking himself and 11 other competitors to the Northern Colorado Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini and Physique Championships in ...


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Home away from home: Bonding through travel, Mavericks set to play in state finals

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A little thing like not having home ice wasn’t about to stop the Grand Valley squirt hockey team this winter. The 10-under Mavericks (30-3-1) rolled through the Rocky Mountain Youth Hockey League season and captured the tournament ...


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Bracketology 101: Locals with tourney ties ready to test NCAA bracket knowledge

By Patrick Bahr

Let the madness begin. Today, the NCAA Men’s Division I basketball tournament brackets are released. For the next month, those brackets will grip sports fans across the country. Dr. Steven Murray is a professor of Kinesiology at Mesa ...


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GJ’s Wright on site when quake hit in New Zealand

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Susan Wright has traveled all over the world to play tennis, but she may never forget her experience two weeks ago. The Grand Junction woman was in New Zealand with the U.S. women’s 50-older tennis team for the Maria Esther Bueno Cup ...


New path keeps Skinny Tire Festival riders off main road

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There’s a new route this year for road cyclists in the annual Skinny Tire Festival. Cyclists will experience the new Moab Canyon Pathway during the annual cancer survivorship benefit ride March 12-15. Money raised during the ride ...


Jussel: Time to rebuild in Nuggetland

By Rick Jussel

Until further notice, this is the Denver Nuggets’ starting lineup: Nene at center, Kenyon Martin at power forward, J.R. Smith at small forward, Arron Afflalo at shooting guard, Ty Lawson at point guard. In the not-too-distant future, ...


Crider, Valentine to be inducted into Northern Colorado’s Hall of Fame

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They didn’t think much of it at the time, but looking back now, Jim Crider and Jay Valentine are proud of their accomplishments. Crider, a Fruita High School graduate, and Valentine, a Fruita Monument grad, made history in wrestling and ...


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