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Archers getting ready for Big Sky Open

By Dave Buchanan

It’s hard to hit the bull’s-eye with your fingers crossed, but that doesn’t faze Margaret or Jerry Brabec. The two founders of the Big Sky Archery Open, which starts at 5:30 tonight at the DoubleTree Hotel, aren’t shy ...


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Pressbox at Stocker Stadium falls

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Plan A didn’t work. Plan B took a while, but mission accomplished. The pressbox at Stocker Stadium proved a tough nut to bring down Wednesday, first snapping cables designed to pull it off its steel beams, and then the beams preventing ...


Mullervy twins joining Exergy pro cycling team

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Conor and Kevin Mullervy were novice road racing bicyclists when they came to Mesa State College 41⁄2 years ago. Now, the 23-year-old twin brothers from Centennial are professionals. The Mesa State cyclists recently signed a pro ...


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For Proiettis, it’s all about family

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Max and Alex Proietti have played in family tennis events before, but they experienced a first this past weekend. The siblings played against a variety of doubles teams that included at least one adult in the first McDonald’s Family ...


Gladiators blank Rocky Mountain Renegades

By Scott Schlaufman

Grand Junction Gladitors running back Victor Cachuela didn’t have much time to prepare for his role as the starter in Saturday’s 28-0 win against the Castle Rock-based Rocky Mountain Renegades at Stocker Stadium. During the week, ...


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Great distraction: Koch uses Highline Hustle as escape from real world

By Patrick Bahr

Winning races isn’t anything new to Kevin Koch. But at Saturday’s Highline Hustle Triathlon at Highline Lake State Park in Loma, Koch had extra motivation. Koch’s 68-year-old father Keith was diagnosed with brain cancer ...


End of Elam: Men’s pro tourney gives way to McDonald’s Family Classic

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For the first time since its inception, the Elam Classic men’s professional tennis tournament will not take place this year. The tournament, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last summer, lost its sponsor when Elam Construction was ...


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Fort Lupton’s Brit Ellerman enjoying roping championships

By Scott Schlaufman

For Fort Lupton resident Brit Ellerman, being part of a top level steer roping team runs in the family. “My dad grew up doing it, so it’s just a family deal, we all do it,” said Ellerman, 18, whose mother and sister also ...


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Highline Hustle poised for sunny competition

By Patrick Bahr

The good news is the weather is supposed to be sunny and clear on Saturday. That means the Highline Hustle Triathlon at Highline Lake State Park won’t have a repeat of the cold and rain-soaked 2010 event. “The warmer the weather, ...


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Team Roping event to highlight Western Colorado Championships

By Patrick Bahr

Team Roping is a great example of teamwork in sports. The “header” and “heeler” will be front and center at this weekend’s Western Colorado Championships at the Mesa County Fairgrounds beginning at 9 a.m. ...


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