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Western theme

By Nick Walter

Of the dozens of area high school football players who inked national letters of intent during national signing day Wednesday, eight are headed to Western State Colorado University. Colorado Mesa University had its share of signees with four, ...

Valley soccer players ink college letters

By Nick Walter

In its second year, the Colorado West Select regional youth soccer club has helped area high school players gain exposure to college scouts and competition. On Wednesday, 11 players from the club that pulls elite players within a 100-mile ...

Legend’s 3-point shooting too much for GJ in loss

By Staff

The Legend High School boys basketball team Grand Junction faced Wednesday night was not the one the Tigers saw on film in preparation for their nonleague game. Legend made nine 3-pointers and put away the Tigers by outscoring them 25-9 in ...


Youngren helps Indians top ‘Cats

By Nick Walter

There was some proof Tuesday that football skills can translate to the hardwood. Angelo Youngren, a prolific running back last fall for Montrose High School, showed off vision, speed and poise in the fourth quarter at Fruita Monument. After ...


Rotational win

By Nick Walter

Of the techniques involved in basketball, a defensive rotation may be the last celebrated in a highlight, cheer or song. But for the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team Tuesday, snappy rotations across court were repeated like a ...


Going for two

By Nick Walter

For the past year, much like his dunks and high-arching 3-pointers and football field goals, Fruita Monument High School senior Spencer Fair had said his college decision was “all up in the air.” It’s finally landed. Fair, ...


No sight, no problem

By Nick Walter

Swimming the final freestyle leg Saturday, she bobbed her head out of the water, and, through the right section of her goggles that was half full of water, spotted a garbled patch of the dark red and black flags above. She knew she was almost ...

Fruita places second at Mile High Classic wrestling tournament

By Staff

Isaac Rodriguez and Jacob Seely won individual titles as Fruita Monument placed second at the 20-team Mile High Classic wrestling tournament Saturday in Denver. Rodriguez ran his record to 22-4 by beating Palmer’s Ryan Pellow 23-10 in ...


Finally a victory

By Nick Walter

Alone in the secondary basketball gym at Fruita Monument High School, long before the host Wildcats defeated Grand Junction 41-37 on Friday, Spencer Fair shot free throws. He shot them for 20 minutes, all alone. “I just thought God was ...

Charmed Central scores another surprise victory

By Matt Meyer

It would be hard to call the Central boys basketball team lucky after back-to-back wins over quality opponents, but they’re certainly charmed. As time ran out in the first quarter, Preston Grandbouche had a ESPN highlight moment for the ...

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