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Hutto’s arm, bat lift Tigers past Wildcats

By Jon Mitchell

Grand Junction softball coach Si Espinoza likes Hannah Hutto as a shortstop. On Thursday, he liked Hannah Hutto the pitcher even more. Hutto was in control much of the time during her complete-game four hitter, which accompanied her four-RBI ...


Central volleyball team rallies to beat GJ for first time since 2013

By Dale Shrull

Sabree Herrera didn’t look nervous. There was no doubt that the Central junior setter had butterflies as she stepped to the service line Thursday night. Leading 15-14, Central was one point away from getting its first Southwestern ...


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Brown’s big night

By Matt Meyer

Before his start Thursday night, Landon Brown had five tackles in limited action for the Fruita Monument High School football team. Two notable injuries in the Wildcats’ secondary put the junior defensive back in a high-pressure ...


‘Dogs upend undefeated Demons in volleyball

By Staff

Prep Volleyball ‘Dogs upend undefeated Demons Palisade knocked Glenwood Springs from the unbeaten ranks with a 23-25, 25-12, 25-20, 25-20 win at home on Thursday. The Bulldogs (7-4, 4-0 Class 4A Western Slope League) rebounded from ...


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Sanchez, Tigers overcome Fruita’s tough defense in win

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Junction High School soccer team was a little banged up by Fruita Monument’s intense defense Wednesday night. Abram Sanchez, as he put it, “put two holes in the side of my tongue” after a collision early in the ...


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Central power

By Matt Meyer

The Central High School softball team had to wait until later in Tuesday night’s game to find its power surge. After Fruita Monument launched three home runs in the first four innings, a two-run home run from Central’s Shaelyn ...


Tigers’ volleyball team rallies to beat Montrose

By Staff

Breck Smith had 17 digs and 19 digs and Katie Carozza added 11 kills and 20 digs Tuesday as the Grand Junction High School volleyball team rallied for a 14-25, 14-25, 25-17, 25-22, 16-14 victory at Montrose in the Southwestern league opener ...


Riley Snyder’s 1,000th career kill highlights Fruita’s win

By Jon Mitchell

Riley Snyder didn’t know how close she was to breaking 1,000 career kills. Not until her coach called timeout Tuesday in the first set of the Wildcats’ 25-13, 25-11, 25-12 victory over Central. “We told her when she had one ...


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PRODUCTIVE DAY

By Dale Shrull

Monday was an exciting day for the Grand Junction High School boys golf team. The Tigers had the lofty goal of placing in the top two in their region, which would qualify Grand Junction’s four-player team for the Class 5A state ...


Fruita moves up to No. 5 in Class 4A football poll

By Staff

The 4-0 record Fruita Monument High School’s football team has this season helped move the Wildcats up in the polls Monday. Fruita, the only 4-0 team in Class 4A, jumped two spots in the Colorado High School Activities ...


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