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Wildcats flash potential in loss to Aspen

By Matt Meyer

During one moment of respite in a frantic girls lacrosse game Thursday evening, the field froze in front of Fruita Monument attacker Lindsey Burenheide. She stood alone, behind Aspen’s net and yelled something unintelligible. A couple ...

Sports Combine is Sunday

By Staff

Stocker Stadium will be the site of Sunday’s Colorado Mesa University-Western Rockies Sports Combine. Utilizing the same electronic timing equipment employed in National Football League combines, athletes can undergo certified speed, ...

Palisade glides to soccer win

By Staff

Girls soccer Kachin powers Palisade’s win Audrey Rose Kachin had a foot in each of Palisade’s first four goals Wednesday as the Bulldogs beat Summit 6-0 in a Class 4A Western Slope League girls soccer game. Kachin scored ...


Fruita trio signs college letters

By Tim Harty

Jenni Sneddon hates cold weather, so Arizona is the place for her to continue playing softball, a sport she’s not ready to leave just yet. Corey Henricksen is willing to deal with the cold weather that Wisconsin embraces in order to get ...

Central hires Armendariz to be new volleyball coach

By Tim Harty

Jennifer Armendariz gets to take her volleyball coaching to another level, and she’ll do it with players she already knows. The freshman head coach and a varsity assistant at Central High School for the past three seasons, Armendariz ...


Tigers’ growth spurt

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Kiana Ziola was so happy, she started to cry. The Grand Junction High School junior and her doubles partner, Aspen Coleman, rallied from a set down Tuesday to defeat Fruita Monument’s Sarah Cesark and Lyndsey Dempsey 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 to ...

Win over GJ clinches SWL title for Indians

By Dale Shrull

One battled, one cruised, but both pitchers were impressive. It was a classic pitcher’s duel Tuesday at Canyon View Park with the Montrose Indians coming away with a 3-0 victory over the Grand Junction Tigers. With the win, Montrose ...


Consistent Tigers

By Matt Meyer

There was a point after halftime in Tuesday night’s Fruita Monument and Grand Junction girls lacrosse game where the Wildcats scored three goals in roughly 20 seconds. Each time the league-leading Tigers threw a punch, the rival ...

Sanchez pitches Central past ‘Cats

By Tim Harty

His excellent start to the season, a shutout and no earned runs in his first three starts, turned south with a trip down south to Arizona, and Noah Sanchez hit rock bottom a week ago. Grand Junction chased the Central senior in the third ...

Tate promoted to be wrestling coach for ‘Dogs

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Palisade High School didn’t go far to find a wrestling coach. Athletic Director Mike Krueger promoted longtime assistant Lonnie Tate to head coach Tuesday. Tate, 49, replaces Brian Rush, who resigned in March so he can watch his son ...

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