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Balanced Wildcats rout Warriors

By Staff

Girls Soccer Balanced Wildcats rout Warriors Fruita Monument scored three goals in a 10-minute span in the first half Tuesday to beat Central 9-0 at Walker Field. “It was real good team effort,” Fruita Monument head coach Jeff ...


Going down to the wire

By Matt Meyer

For a moment Tuesday night, the Fruita Monument High School baseball team appeared destined for another wild comeback victory. Down 8-3 to Grand Junction with one out in the top of the seventh inning, Dylan Row hit a towering, three-run home ...

Mikayla McKie cards 79 to lead Montrose in win

By Tim Harty

Instead of improving upon her best round by a stroke or two, Montrose junior Mikayla McKie blew it away. Entering Monday’s Montrose Invitational girls golf tournament, which doubled as the first day of the Southwestern League ...

Late goal lifts Durango past ‘Dogs

By Tim Harty

Blowing past the final defender and drawing out the goalie, Durango High School senior Stephanie Wilson lined a shot from the left side of the box into the right corner of the net. It mirrored Palisade’s goal in the middle of the second ...

Palisade track teams finish second

By Staff

Track and Field Both Palisade teams finish second The Palisade boys and girls teams each finished second at the Demon Invitational in Glenwood Springs on Saturday. The host Demons won the boys title with 115 points, with Palisade second ...


Bulldogs regroup to split WSL doubleheader

By Staff

Palisade High School’s baseball team bounced back from losing its first game in league play Saturday to split a Class 4A Western Slope League doubleheader against Glenwood Springs. The Demons (6-4, 3-2 WSL) scored five runs in the top ...


Sailors’ shots successful

By Matt Meyer

The most telling statistic in the Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team’s 10-1 loss Friday night to Steamboat Springs was the first-quarter shot totals. The Sailors (10-0, 6-0 Mountain League), one of two undefeated teams ...


GJ girls lacrosse team continues to show improvement

By Dale Shrull

The passes are more accurate, a little more crisp, the ground balls aren’t as elusive, and the team is playing better. The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team seems to be getting better every time it takes the field, and on ...

Prep roundup: Williams wins 2 events at Coal Ridge

By Staff

Prep Track and Field Williams wins two events at Coal Ridge Cedaredge’s Austin Williams uncorked of throw of 166 feet, 10 inches to win the discus, and he added a win in the shot put Friday in the 19-team boys meet at the Coal Ridge ...


Lack of rhythm hurts Fruita in loss to Montrose

By Dale Shrull

It was a frustrating afternoon for the Fruita Monument girls soccer team as rhythm was as elusive as a runaway candy wrapper in the wind. Montrose took advantage of a few first-half scoring opportunities and turned them into a 2-1 ...

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