High Schools

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Senior savvy

By Jon Mitchell

All of the seniors on Grand Junction High School’s wrestling team felt the senior-night festivities Thursday night had a special meaning. The Tigers hope there are more special moments to come. “Everyone here feels like ...


After 20 years, Forrest resigns as Indians’ VB coach

By Matt Meyer

After two decades helming the program, Montrose High School volleyball coach Shane Forrest resigned this week, saying “I wasn’t quite ready, but I have some things, I need to take care of other things in my life.” Forrest ...

Wins at lower weights help Paonia rally past Palisade

By Dale Shrull

Paonia held on for a dual wrestling victory over Palisade on Thursday night. The Eagles won eight matches to the Bulldogs’ six, including one forfeit, to win the dual 42-30 at Palisade. Palisade took leads of 15-0 and 27-16 but Paonia ...


Pins, forfeits carry Central past Fruita

By Dale Shrull

Fruita Monument won the majority of the battles, but Central won the war. The Wildcats had seven individual victories but the Warriors won the wrestling dual 42-36 on Wednesday at Fruita. Central had four individual wins — all by pin ...

Wells unhappy with poor first half in Wildcats’ win

By Matt Meyer

Despite a 60-38 victory for the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team over Central on Tuesday night, Wildcats coach Michael Wells wasn’t thrilled with the result. Central (8-7, 0-1 Southwestern League) seized a 6-2 lead on ...


Big-shot Blair

By Matt Meyer

Kyle Blair spent Tuesday night working for every inch of space he could find. The scoring leader of the Central High School boys basketball team was dogged by multiple Fruita Monument defenders throughout the night, including Cade Richardson ...


Tigers’ balance nets big victory

By Dale Shrull

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team came together with a good all-around effort in a rare Monday afternoon game. Andrew Hansen seemed to be in the mix all over the court and Drew Derrieux poured in 24 points to lead the Tigers ...


‘Dogs find high gear

By Dale Shrull

The Palisade offense was like an old car on a cold winter morning. It took a while for the Bulldogs to get cranking but they finally came together late to pick up a 48-42 Western Slope League win over a pesky Summit team Saturday night. One ...


Tigers show grit in second half to claim first win

By Matt Meyer

Midway through the third quarter Saturday afternoon, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team saw its double-digit lead whittled down to one point. It wasn’t from defensive breakdowns or a particularly poor stretch of ...

Warriors’ pressure leads to runaway victory

By Staff

The Central High School boys basketball team led Eagle Valley from start to finish Saturday afternoon, cruising to a 68-42 victory. The Warriors (9-4) hit five 3-pointers in the first quarter — two each from Koby Steves and Hunter ...

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