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Stealing the Show

By Matt Meyer

Christa Brown has always scooped up steals, even from a young age. But there was a point in Brown’s career, well before her senior season at Palisade High School, where her coaches made sure to yell “jump stop” as loudly as ...


Hotchkiss wins title at Paonia wrestling tournament

By Staff

Paonia’s Screaming Eagle Tournament is always one of the toughest pre-regional wrestling tournaments on the Western Slope. With some of the best teams from Class 2A and a total of 12 wrestlers either ranked No. 1 or 2 in their 2A weight ...


Big second quarter lifts Warriors past Demons

By Staff

Kyle Blair scored 18 points to pace the Central High School boys basketball team, which used a big second-quarter run to pull away from Durango, 56-47. Blair scored 13 points in the second quarter as the Warriors (11-4, 2-0 Southwestern ...


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Brown carries Palisade to big win

By Matt Meyer

As the Palisade High School marching band blared “The Imperial March” from “Star Wars” on Saturday afternoon, Christa Brown was coming off back-to-back steals for layups and a wide open 3-pointer. The song choice was ...


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Solid start sets tone for GJ in win

By Matt Meyer

Andrew Hansen and the Grand Junction boys basketball team knew something big was coming when they stepped on the floor Friday night. The Tigers opened the game with a 14-0 run, missed only two shots in the first quarter, and carried that ...


‘Cats ride fast start to rout of Glenwood

By Dale Shrull

Fruita Monument was missing its head coach, but the Wildcats didn’t miss a beat against Glenwood Springs. Behind a ball-hawking, swarming effort on the defensive end Friday night, the Wildcats scored early and often to overwhelm the ...


Solid defensecarries Indians past GJ girls

By Matt Meyer

The tallest player on the Montrose High School girls basketball team is 5-foot-9. That didn’t matter Friday night when the Indians faced Grand Junction — with four players at or near 6-feet tall . Montrose used scrappy defense, ...


Eagle Valley hands Palisade first WSL loss since 2014

By Staff

Prep Basketball Eagle Valley snaps Palisade’s win streak Kylie Martin and Regan Bossow each scored 10 points Friday for Eagle Valley High School’s girls basketball team, which limited eighth-ranked Palisade to one point in the ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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