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Hurdling toward state

By Dale Shrull

Jacob Hahn loves competing at state. The Fruita Monument High School junior always feels like he has something to prove. Last year, he proved to be one of the best 300-meter hurdlers in the state as a sophomore. “I love being a Western ...


Central and Palisade fall in district title games

By Staff

Seth Krebill threw a three-hitter Tuesday as ninth-seeded Central High School defeated No. 24 Highlands Ranch 1-0 in a Class 5A District 2 baseball semifinal. In the district championship game, however, the Warriors (14-7) fell to No. 25 ...


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Bill Fanning to enter CU Hall of Fame

By Staff

Grand Junction baseball coaching legend Bill Fanning is one of the 11 athletes, coaches and administrators who will be inducted into the University of Colorado Athletic Hall of Fame on Nov. 5. Fanning is one of two people in CU’s 11th ...


5A STATE TENNIS

Young ‘Cats fall at state

By Staff

DENVER — Fruita Monument girls tennis coach Clint Davis brought his team to Gates Tennis Center with an open mind. He had to with so much youthful inexperience on his state roster. “We tried to have them prepped, but I think we ...


Tigers OK to graduate, play ball

By Staff

The Class 5A state baseball tournament will be moved back a day to Saturday and Sunday after the District 7 tournament, hosted by Denver East, was postponed until Wednesday. A conflict with Grand Junction High School’s graduation could ...


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If he wants it, McLaughlin right man to lead Tigers

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction interim baseball coach Jeff McLaughlin hears voices in his head. No, he’s not suffering from a psychological disorder. McLaughlin hears the voices of former Grand Junction High School coaches. You see, the guy heading ...


Montrose coach Wareham resigns

By Dale Shrull

Landon Wareham congratulated his players on a great season. There were tears and hugs and slumped shoulders, as expected. Wareham hugged his dad and assistant coach Brent, and pitching coach Dan Reardon, then the veteran head coach wandered ...


Montrose falls in District 5 championship game

By Dale Shrull

It was small ball versus the long ball and the long ball won, just barley. Playing in the Class 4A District 5 tournaments, Green Mountain used back-to-back home runs in the top of the sixth to beat Montrose 7-6 on Sunday. It was well-played ...


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‘Cats fall short

By Matt Meyer

Sam Schroeder pitched six innings of one-hit ball Saturday, but No. 28 seed Chatfield scored three runs in the top of the seventh to upset the fifth-seeded Wildcats 3-2 in the Class 5A District 4 Tournament at Canyon View Park. In the bottom ...


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Titleholders once again

By Dale Shrull

The crown has been returned. Last year, the Western Slope League boys swimming and diving title was won by Montrose, but this year the District 51 Griffins won it back, making it seven titles in eight years. “I think last year we left ...


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