High Schools

Page 1 of 420

Estep, Price lead Warriors

By Staff

Michael Price hit his first home run of the season Saturday afternoon and Michael Estep threw six innings of one-run baseball to lead Central High School to a 7-1 nonleague victory over Denver North. Only hours before the scheduled start ...


Channeling their inner wolves

By Dale Shrull

Andy Bowen wasn’t happy at halftime, so he channeled Leonardo DiCaprio in a speech to get his teammate’s attention. “I took my inspiration from the movie ‘The Wolf of Wall Street,’ ” Bowen said. ...

Rottmann keys win for Central

By Staff

The Central High School girls soccer team defeated Delta 5-0 on Friday, with freshman Rylea Rottmann scoring twice in the nonleague game to push her season total to nine goals. Not only is that one of the higher goal totals in recent years ...


Friday night highlight

By Tim Harty

When Jill Payne said she likes running at night under the lights, she meant she really, really likes running at night under the lights. The Grand Junction sophomore posted the 200-meter dash time to prove it Friday night at Stocker ...


Tigers thrown a curve

By Tim Harty

During the sixth and seventh innings, when batters are supposed to be tougher to strike out because they’ve likely seen a starting pitcher twice, Tyrus Lopez was at his bat-silencing best. That’s because Grand Junction had not ...

Demons beat Palisade in WSL showdown

By Staff

Glenwood Springs held off a furious comeback try by Palisade in the final 10 minutes to earn a big 4A Western Slope League win Thursday. The Demons got the 2-0 win off first-half goals from Grace McSwain and Ellie Austin. The game was a ...



By Dale Shrull

Sarah Benton’s corner kicks don’t always go where she wants them to, but this one did. This time it went into the net. Holding a 4-3 lead in the second half, the Fruita Monument junior whipped a corner kick from the left side, ...


Lafferty among prep athletes living the dream

By Tim Harty

As a little kid, Tristan Lafferty thought he could go wherever he wanted to play college baseball. As he grew older, he realized that decision gets made more by the college than the athlete. The Grand Junction High School first baseman ...


1-2 punch lifts Fruita past TIgers

By Tim Harty

They were a consistent menace to the Grand Junction defense and inevitably part of Fruita Monument’s suppressing response each time the Tigers thought they’d clawed back into the game. Alyssa Urban kept finding the net to the tune ...


GJ turns tables, edges Central

By Dale Shrull

It was close, just like the first meeting between the Grand Junction and Central high school girls tennis teams. But this time, Grand Junction earned a 5-2 victory Tuesday over the Warriors at Canyon View Park. Central won the first meeting ...

Page 1 of 420


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Subscribe to print edition
Sign in to your account

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy