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Fruita can’t handle Bruins in girls soccer loss

By Matt Meyer

The Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team faced a tough test Saturday, falling 4-0 to Cherry Creek at Walker Field. The Wildcats (1-1) surrendered three goals to the Bruins (5-0) — ranked just outside the top 10 of the ...


Late driving goal in 4th quarter lifts Wildcats

By Matt Meyer

Despite the Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team being a man down midway through the fourth quarter of a tie game Saturday afternoon, Nate Lyon went crashing toward Telluride’s goal. It was the culmination of a few things for ...


Noland tosses
 5 no-hit innings in Palisade loss

By Matt Meyer

Max Noland didn’t shrink from his first start of the season on the mound Friday night for the Palisade High School baseball team, even against the top-ranked team in Class 4A and with Colorado Mesa University baseball coach Chris Hanks ...


Rifle meet a chance for track athletes to get up to speed

By Dale Shrull

RIFLE — The early track and field season is for knocking the rust off and starting the process of rounding into shape in time for the state meet. Friday, a few competitors already seem to be in midseason form. Michael White, who ...


Manzanares’ 3-set win highlights GJ’s dual loss to Fruita

By Dale Shrull

It was a back-and-forth battle as unpredictable as the spring breeze. Grand Junction junior Isabel Manzanares and Fruita Monument senior Tayvia Voytilla locked up in an epic tennis match on Thursday, with neither player blinking for two tough ...

Western Slope boys hoops state title drought reaches 10 years

By Dale Shrull

No boys basketball state trophy will be coming back to the Western Slope — again. The trophy-less drought is now a decade old. Winning a state title in basketball is a steep challenge, regardless of whether it’s girls or boys. ...


Seriani pitches Paonia to DH sweep of Uintah

By Matt Meyer

Kayden Seriani’s football season was cut short by an injury and he didn’t play any sports in the winter, so the Paonia High School junior just worked on his pitching. So when the Eagles met Uintah, Utah, for a season-opening ...


Bruce, Newhouse lead GJ boys lacrosse team to victory

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team won a back-and-forth battle with Telluride on Thursday, winning 9-7 at Canyon View Park. Jason Bruce led the Tigers with three goals and Josh Newhouse — who had a team-high 10 shots ...


Walk-off walk helps Junction 
rally past Delta

By Dale Shrull

Timely hits and walks are a great thing in baseball. Grand Junction used both Wednesday to pull out a come-from-behind 6-5 win over Delta at Canyon View Park. After falling behind 5-2 after two innings, the Tigers clawed their way back into ...


Aggressive Tigers

By Matt Meyer

There was plenty of ball movement from crisp passing for the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team Wednesday night. But when it came time to score, the Tigers’ attackers put their heads down and plowed their way to the net. The ...

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