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Classic competition

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jacob Seely remembers when he was a young boy watching the Warrior Classic with big eyes. He remembers thinking how impressed he was with the high school wrestlers. “Growing up, I thought it was this tournament I would never win when I ...


Paonia places 6 players on 1A All-State teams

By Dale Shrull

After a second straight Class 1A state championship, Paonia High School placed six players on the Colorado High School Activities Association All-State teams. Led by do-it-all junior Taylor Walters, the Eagles wrapped up a 13-0 season with a ...


Casebier to coach ‘Cats

By Matt Meyer

After 10 seasons in Montrose, Todd Casebier is returning to the Grand Valley. Casebier is the new football coach at Fruita Monument High School, District 51 Athletic Director Paul Cain said in a release Tuesday. Casebier compiled an 87-30 ...


Pinning back their ears

By Dale Shrull

Jacob Trujillo put his brain to work Saturday morning, then smartly dominated his three opponents in the afternoon at the Tiger Duals. Domination was the theme of the day for Trujillo and the Grand Junction High School wrestling team, which ...


Versatile ‘Cat

By Matt Meyer

Fruita Monument freshman Riley Snyder can play any position on the floor for the Wildcats girls basketball team. Saturday, Snyder showed her versatility and led Fruita Monument with 11 points, and senior guard Sonya Lopez added nine as the ...

Poor first half hurts Central boys in loss

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — The focus for the Central High School boys basketball team in the early part of the season has been putting together a solid game for all 32 minutes. The Warriors had another lapse in the first half of Saturday’s ...

Paonia wins four individual titles, team crown at Delta Invite

By Staff

The Paonia High School wrestling team won four individual titles Saturday to win the team crown at the Delta Invitational. In a tournament that featured some of the top Class 2A and 3A wrestling programs on the Western Slope, the Eagles ...

Fourth-quarter rally not enough for Central boys in loss

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Central High School boys basketball coach Ryan Hayden isn’t concerned about his team’s record during the December portion of the schedule. He’s more focused on little victories. The victory Friday came not ...


Extra special

By Dale Shrull

The court was littered with heroes and near saviors. In the end Friday night, Palisade had a couple more stars than Delta and came away with a 82-78 triple-overtime win in the Western Slope League opener for both teams. Marques Combs hit big ...

Tiger girls outlast Dinos at Wildcat Invitational

By Matt Meyer

At times Friday night, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team fell victim to its inexperience. Still, the Tigers remain undefeated. Overcoming turnovers late in the game and struggles on offense, Grand Junction edged Carbon ...

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