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Bulldogs fall short of hosting districts

By Staff

A Western Slope League title wasn’t enough for Palisade High School’s baseball team. The Bulldogs were one spot short of being one of the eight teams to host a Class 4A district tournament this weekend. The Bulldogs (17-2, 12-0 ...


African adventure

By Nick Walter

Between sips of coffee recently with her mother, Carsyn Fritzler decided she would go to Africa. The Grand Junction High junior will graduate early — this December — and from February through April will live in Jinja, Uganda. At ...

Rifle wins Class 4A Western Slope Regional golf tourney

By Staff

Rifle won the Class 4A Western Slope Regional Tournament with 277 strokes and the Bears’ Taylor Walters placed first, shooting an 86. Montrose was second with 287 as the Indians’ Kala Keltz shot an 89, placing second. In winning ...


Prep teams hit road for playoffs

By Nick Walter

The Grand Junction and Fruita Monument high school baseball teams will have to win on the road if they want to play for a Class 5A state title. Both play on Saturday in the Class 5A district playoffs. Pairings were released Monday by the ...


Bagwell hired as head coach of Palisade girls

By Nick Walter

Danielle Bagwell on Monday was promoted to Palisade High School’s varsity girls basketball coach. The 28-year-old Mesa State College graduate and English teacher at Palisade began coaching with the Bulldogs in 2003, instructing the ...

Palisade baseball team likely to host districts

By Jon Mitchell

District tournament baseball teams in the Class 4A and 3A Western Slope League and the Southwestern League have been determined. Where those teams will play is still up in the air. Palisade (17-2 overall, 12-0 WSL), the league champion with ...

Herland helps Palisade sweep through WSL

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If, by some bizarre, inexplicable twist, Palisade High School does not get to host a Class 4A district baseball tournament, Tate Herland will have one heck of a memory of his final high school games at Suplizio Field. He drove in six of ...


Behrends’ last-second entry in 800 relay lifts Wildcats

By Nick Walter

Maybe the most dramatic leg run in the Tiger Invitational on Saturday was not on the track. It was on the Stocker Stadium infield. Just before the girls 800-meter relay, the Fruita Monument High girls realized a teammate, who had been ...

GJ girls lacrosse team gets revenge vs. Durango

By Staff

Grand Junction’s girls lacrosse team rebounded from Friday’s loss to Durango to edge the Demons 5-4 on Saturday. Emma LeFebre and Kacie Jay scored two goals each and Morgan Emmons added another as the Tigers outshot Durango ...


Running in circles

By Nick Walter

The 3,200-meter run could be the most despised of track events. Some hate it. “Eight laps in a row,” Fruita Monument’s Sarah Horen said, “in a stupid circle.” Others learn to love what they hate. What does ...

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