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Bulldogs flex their muscle

By Dale Shrull

Palisade’s flexbone once again flexed its power in another methodical win. Using the potent running game, which chalked up 200 first-half yards, and a stifling defense, the Bulldogs dismantled Summit 36-7 on Saturday at Stocker Stadium ...

Wildcats fall short of upset

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — All last week during practice, Fruita Monument High School football coach Sean Mulvey impressed on his players the importance of emotion, something he felt his team had lacked in its first three games, all losses. The ...


Demons overwhelm young GJ soccer team

By Matt Meyer

Applying on-the-ball pressure and limiting Durango’s offensive possession Saturday morning, the Grand Junction High School boys soccer team held Durango to one goal in the first half. But the Demons responded with four goals in the ...


Football reversal

By Tim Harty

Jesse Reed, three-time state wrestling champion, didn’t play football last fall. Jacob Trujillo, two-time state wrestling champion, didn’t play football last fall or the fall before. Jacob Seely, two-time state wrestling ...


Delta dominates Sailors

By Matt Meyer

DELTA — First, the Delta High School football team stopped Steamboat Springs’ passing attack, snagging an interception on the opening play Friday night. Then, the Panthers spent the rest of the game stopping the run, holding the ...

Fruita’s Harris, No. 2 doubles team advance at tournament

By Staff

Fruita Monument won at least one match in each flight during the first two rounds of the Pueblo South Invitational boys tennis tournament Friday. No. 1 singles player Matt Harris and the No. 2 doubles team of James Stagg and Colton Reimer ...

Paonia passes test from Bayfield

By Staff

PAONIA — The Paonia High School football team finally got the test it was waiting for Friday night and the Eagles proved up for the challenge. Paonia scored the first three touchdowns of the game and the final three, but it had to rally ...

Junction’s offense stalls in loss to Heritage

By Staff

LITTLETON — From Robbie Owens’ viewpoint, his Grand Junction High School football team made quantum leaps in certain areas Friday. The scoreboard just didn’t show it. The Tigers (1-4) gave Heritage a homecoming present as ...


Central’s quick start halted

By Dale Shrull

It was a nice start for the Central Warriors. They moved the football, the defense played well, and they grabbed a 7-3 lead. That’s when Glenwood Springs flipped a switch and dominated the rest of the Class 3A Western Slope Conference ...

Big win builds confidence for GJ soccer team

By Matt Meyer

With a focused passing effort Thursday, the Grand Junction High School boys soccer team crisscrossed the attacking third and dominated possession throughout the game as the Tigers beat Moffat County 4-0 in nonleague game. The Tigers (2-5) ...

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