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Warriors go fourth, win

By Nick Walter

Paused for a moment on the rim, the basketball spun furiously, as though willing itself through the net. “I was so nervous,” said Central High School’s Taryn Smith, who had driven for the final shot with three seconds ...


Hitting the Jackpot

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Grand Junction’s Jacob Trujillo (17-0) has started the season on fire. The 145-pound sophomore has pinned every opponent who has stepped on the mat against him. He begins the second half of the season in the Jackpot Duals today at 5:30 ...


Battle-tested Paonia gets returning champ Reed back

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Paonia High School has proven it can contend for another state title. The Class 2A’s No. 1-ranked Eagles (6-1) rebounded from an opening-dual loss to win a dual tournament, the Delta Invitational, and the Warrior Classic over several ...

Fruita wins Mountain View Dual tournament

By Staff

Four Fruita Monument wrestlers went undefeated in the Mountain View Invitational Dual Tournament on Saturday as the Wildcats won the meet at Mountain View High School in Orem, Utah. Eli Konrad (106 pounds), Clayton Muller (132), Isaac ...

GJ’s Kyler Rose commits to Mines

By Nick Walter

Grand Junction High School defensive end and offensive lineman Kyler Rose verbally committed on Saturday to play football at Colorado School of Mines. Rose, listed at 6-foot-4 and 270 pounds, accepted partial academic and football ...

Latek helps WarDogs go 
1-1 in Durango double dual

By Staff

Karolina Latek finished second in two events to lead the Central/Palisade girls swimming and diving team to a 1-1 record in a double-dual meet Friday at Durango. Central/Palisade beat Montezuma-Cortez 620-399, Durango beat Central/Palisade ...

Local athletes return to the mat, pool

By Staff

High school wrestling and swimming resume this weekend for several local teams. Central is wrestling today and Saturday in the Colfax Smackdown hosted by Denver East. The Warriors will wrestle five duals beginning at 5 p.m. today. Jacob ...

Tucker Lane finally gets to watch his brother wrestle

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Tucker Lane has done a lot on the wrestling mat. This week he’ll get a chance to do something he hasn’t in some time — watch his younger brother, Stryker, wrestle. Tucker Lane, a four-time NCAA Division I national qualifier ...


Top Sports Stories 2-10: Colorado Mesa fires cycling coach Rick Crawford

By Staff

Two weeks after Colorado Mesa University cycling coach Rick Crawford was put on probation for providing performance-enhancing drugs to two professional cyclists when he coached them, new allegations from a third, anonymous cyclist led the ...


GJ’s Coca writes about wrestling experiences

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Ray Coca never imagined the opportunities he’d have through wrestling. The Grand Junction native, who remains involved in the sport, recently wrote a book about his unique wrestling experiences. The book was published last week by Brass ...

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