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Palisade splits wrestling triangular

By Staff

Eagle Valley used three pins in the upper weights to key a 42-40 win over Palisade in a triangular wrestling meet Tuesday night. With the dual starting at 182 pounds, the Devils got pins at 182, 220 and 285. They upped their lead to 24-6 when ...


Q&A with Palisade’s Jeremiah Baskin

By Dale Shrull

Jeremiah Baskin is ready to lead. He is in his first year as the head coach of the Palisade High School boys basketball team. He brings a basketball pedigree that includes playing for legendary coach Kelly Meek at Steamboat Springs, and his ...


County-wide talent

By Tim Harty

Paonia remains what Paonia has been, the team to beat in Class 2A and one of the best high school wrestling teams in Colorado in any class, period. Delta was a good 4A team that could be an elite 3A team with the class realignment that took ...


Girls teams polishing their games

By Dale Shrull

Area girls basketball teams smoothed off some of the rough edges last weekend that come with the new season. Grand Junction went 3-0 and looks like it’s ready to defend its Southwestern League title from last year. Fruita Monument (2-1) ...


GJ boys sharing the scoring load

By Matt Meyer

The Warrior Challenge was a feeling-out process for the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team. Who can replace Broderick Robinson, one of the top scorers in Class 5A during the 2013-14 season? The answer is probably no one, but a ...

Paonia’s Walters is WSC player of the year

By Staff

After its second straight Class 1A state football championship, Paonia High School placed six players on the All-Western Slope Conference first team. Led by junior Taylor Walters, who was selected the conference’s player of the year, ...


Dual domination

By Tim Harty

The dual that didn’t happen Saturday will take place Feb. 5. That’s when Delta travels to Paonia for a showdown between the two wrestling teams that went 5-0 in the Maverick Duals at Brownson Arena. Both teams dominated their ...


Versatility key for GJ

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction big man D.J. Wells was in foul trouble Saturday afternoon, but Tyson Zanski picked him up on defense and chipped in five points as the Tigers topped Fountain-Fort Carson 69-57 to become co-champions at the Warrior Challenge ...


Turnovers plague Bulldogs in loss

By Matt Meyer

Mitchell High School’s full-court press forced numerous turnovers Saturday, and DeAundre Twilley scored 19 points, capped by an emphatic, two-handed dunk as the Palisade boys basketball team fell 74-56 during the final day of the Warrior ...

Tigers grind out victory over Trojans

By Dale Shrull

It was an unspectacular but effective effort for Grand Junction, but it was still a win. Coming off a thrilling come-from-behind victory the previous night, the Tigers struggled against Fountain-Fort Carson (1-2) on Saturday, but they came ...

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