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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 ...


‘Dog-gone good

By Jon Mitchell

The girls soccer team that raised eyebrows with its success in the Class 4A Western Slope League last season isn’t exactly ready to reach for the stars. Not yet, anyway. “We set some goals before the season started,” said ...

After losing two-goal lead, Central rallies for win

By Matt Meyer

In roughly three minutes Tuesday evening, the Central High School girls soccer team saw its 2-0 lead vanish against Delta.
The first goal by the Panthers came on a long chip in the 65th minute that sailed over the Warriors’ keeper. ...

Grand Junction girls soccer team stays undefeated

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team remained undefeated Tuesday, handing Summit a 3-1 loss at Canyon View Park. Sofia Blackburn, Taylor Hein and Elle Lucero scored goals. Hein and Lucero each added an assist, and both have scored ...

Four Paonia girls make 1A/2A All-WSL basketball team

By Staff

The Paonia girls basketball team dominated the Class 1A/2A Western Slope League teams announced on Tuesday. Four seniors made the 15-player team for the Eagles. Led by the league’s playoff of the year senior Sophia Anderson, the Eagles ...


Prep roundup: Aspen rolls past Fruita

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School’s girls lacrosse team remained winless this season after its 19-1 loss against Aspen on Monday afternoon in a Mountain League game at Canyon View Park. The Wildcats (0-3) scored their lone goal of the game in ...


Paonia girls earn their redemption with 2A state title

By Scott Schlaufman

LOVELAND — For the past 12 months, the Paonia High School girls basketball team refused to forget last year’s state championship loss to Yuma. “Coach put up the score in our practice and it reminded us of our goal,” ...


Confidence builder

By Dale Shrull

Amber Skillicorn let out a frustrated groan as her shot went astray. Mia Maynard immediately came over, and the Fruita Monument No. 1 doubles team had a quick conference. The duo regrouped Saturday and won the next point. Early season ...


Solid at-bats carry Fruita 
to Fanning Classic victory

By Matt Meyer

Deep counts, short swings and quality at-bats were the norm for the Fruita Monument High School baseball team Saturday. The Wildcats poured on the offense in the final game of the Bill Fanning Memorial Classic to beat Rampart 13-3 in six ...

Fruita’s Rigsby, Palisade’s Kenward shine in season-opening track meet

By Staff

Gunner Rigsby got his track and field season off to a strong start at the six-team Bulldog Classic, winning the long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 11½ inches at Stocker Stadium on Saturday. The Fruita Monument senior also placed second ...

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