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Hard work pays off for Central’s Wallway in Mickey Dunn Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

Aaron Wallway is a motivated young man. Saturday at the Mickey Dunn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Central High School hurdler won the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles. Wallway turned in a time of 15.33 seconds in the 110 hurdles and a ...


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GJ’s Proietti shows she can win at No. 2 singles with Western Slope Invite title

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Alex Proietti hoped she could be competitive in her second year at No. 2 singles for the Grand Junction High School girls tennis team. The senior proved Saturday she can win, capturing the Western Slope Invitational title. She defeated Palmer ...


Hotchkiss pitchers shut down Rifle

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Hotchkiss High School’s baseball team provided plenty of offense Saturday against Rifle. Turns out, the Bulldogs’ pitching staff almost could have done without all the run support. Hotchkiss pitched a pair of ...


Fruita boys dominate Telluride in lacrosse

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team defeated Telluride 12-2 on Saturday in Telluride. After an 8-7 win Friday against Durango, the Wildcats took a 10-0 halftime lead against the Miners. “After a rough start in ...


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Fruita’s Gaglione sees highs and lows of playing singles

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Grace Gaglione is finding out how much different it is playing singles instead of doubles on the tennis court. The Fruita Monument High School junior experienced joy and frustration Friday in the first day of the Western Slope Invitational at ...


Ravan’s goal kick-starts Junction past Durango in soccer

By Staff

Whitney Ravan’s goal late in the first half gave Grand Junction’s girls soccer team the spark it needed Friday for a 3-0 victory over Durango. Ravan beat the Demons’ goalkeeper, Jessica Thulson, to put the Tigers up 1-0 at ...


Denton, McGovern sign to play baseball at junior colleges

By Staff

The hard work paid off for Central High School baseball player Tanner Denton. Denton, a catcher, signed his national letter of intent with Antelope Valley College on Thursday at Central High School. “He’s really worked hard and ...


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Leap year: Surprise finish in long jump spurs Palisade’s Shafer

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School’s Olevia Shafer was an afterthought in the long jump during the 2010 Class 4A state track meet. Shafer had the 20th best qualifying jump, and was only competing because two other qualifiers dropped out before the ...


Walton leads Griffins to triangular win

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Tyler Walton missed the first two meets of the season with a broken finger, but he’s off to a fast start now that he’s back in the water. The Grand Junction High School senior posted state-qualifying times in one individual event ...


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GJ’s McGinnis ready for first season at singles

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Anna McGinnis tried out for the Grand Junction High School girls tennis team four years ago just to try something different. After playing varsity for the first time and qualifying for state last season, she discovered a passion for the sport ...


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