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After a year of subbing at QB, Willett returns to running back for Tigers

By Allen Gemaehlich

Andy Willett was supposed to provide the lightning to Jayke Brock’s thunder last year. Instead, the Grand Junction High School football team had little flash or bang after quarterback Sean Rubalcaba missed much of the season with a ...


Palisade falls to Montrose in softball opener for both teams

By Staff

It wasn’t quite the start the Palisade High School softball team was looking for. On Tuesday, the Bulldogs fell at Montrose 17-2 in the season opener for both teams. “It was a tough game,” first-year Palisade coach Tony ...


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Grand Junction seniors ready for volleyball season

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School volleyball team is desperate to win this season. Specifically, the three seniors really want to taste victory. Capri Rino, Michelle Pewters and Hannah Kimmel have seen the Tigers go a combined 16-40, 2-28 in ...


Down on the Farm: Local Grads’ Pro Baseball Progress Reports

By Staff

Five Western Slope high school graduates are currently playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here is a look at how they are doing: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa (Okla.) Drillers: The Central High School graduate has been on the ...


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Lacking respect: When it comes to playoffs, it’s a tough road for local Class 5A soccer teams

By Allen Gemaehlich

Playing Class 5A soccer hasn’t been easy for the three biggest District 51 high schools. Case in point: Grand Junction tied for second place in the Southwestern League last year with an 11-3-1 record, yet received the last seed in the ...


Detroit Lions at Denver Broncos August 21, 2010

Getting the chance to play for your childhood team a great experience for Geer and Garland

By Allen Gemaehlich

DENVER — Ben Garland and Riar Geer grew up watching and rooting for the Denver Broncos. Tonight, the two Western Slope players will try to make their cases to make the team. The Broncos play the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third ...


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Drizzle delight: Fruita Monument takes advantage of rainstorm to top Columbine

By Scott Schlaufman

The Fruita Monument High School softball team got an unexpected assist during Saturday’s 8-0, season-opening win over Columbine at Kronkright Park. The timing of a rainstorm in the fifth inning helped Fruita build on its 3-0 lead. The ...


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Central opens with rout

By Scott Schlaufman

The season opener is always telling for a team, especially coming back from a spot in the state tournament semifinals. Friday, the second-ranked Central High School softball team showed it hasn’t lost a step, beating Columbine 12-1 in ...


Montrose opens season with wild win

By Staff

The Montrose High School football team opened the season Friday night with a dramatic 43-42 overtime win over Rock Canyon in Highlands Ranch. Nate Robertson hit John Sierra with a 2-point conversion pass to win the game. Roland McLaren scored ...


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Good and bad: Offense shows potential, defense needs work in Fruita’s season-opening loss

By Allen Gemaehlich

New Fruita Monument High School football coach Shawn Marsh was bummed Friday night, but he was hardly upset. Marsh realizes it’s hard to expect a team with a new coach playing a different scheme to win its opener, let alone against a ...


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