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Junior Griffins meeting Thursday

By Staff

The Junior Griffins, a local high school rugby team that placed second in the state last season, is meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday in the Colorado Mesa University Hamilton Rec Center, room 165, for a parent’s information ...

Paonia wins Montrose Invitational team title

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MONTROSE ­— Tyler Kendall didn’t expect to challenge for the Montrose Invitational tournament title. The Paonia High School senior moved up a weight class this week after losing a wrestle-off to teammate Morgan ...

Fruita grapplers place 5th in 48-team tourney

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School wrestling team placed fifth out of 48 teams on Saturday at the Tournament of Champions in Uintah, Utah. The Wildcats did not have Aidan Woomer, who sat out with the flu. Still, five wrestlers placed for the ...


Reed’s return

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Jesse Reed had to wait more than a month to begin the wrestling season. The 120-pound Paonia High School sophomore, who won the Class 2A 113-pound state title last year, made his debut Friday night, but he had to wait some more. The dual ...

Miller’s late 3 lifts ‘Dogs past Sailors

By Staff

Skyler Miller hit a 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter to give Palisade the lead for good in a 41-36 victory over Steamboat Springs in Class 4A Western Slope League boys basketball action Friday in Steamboat springs. Miller led Palisade ...

Logan Morris helps Montrose win own swim invitational

By Nick Walter

MONTROSE - The lane lines began drifting together. Many had been yanked from the pool. Yet long after the Montrose Invitational swimming meet was over, there was Logan Morris, still swimming. She added a long cool-down to the end of ...

‘Cats shake off rust, win first game of tourney

By Staff

Sam Parks scored 25 points, including nine in the fourth quarter, as the Fruita Monument girls basketball team defeated Grants, N.M., 65-56 in the first round of the Kirtland Central (N.M.) Tournament on Thursday. Grants scored the ...


Palisade boys face tough task in first game after break

By Nick Walter

It’s an environment they crave: massive student section, a three-hour drive from home, one of the top teams in the league. Welcome back from break, Palisade. The Bulldogs boys basketball team (5-3, 3-0 4A Western Slope League) will ...


Jacob’s Jackpot

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The old Grand Junction High School gymnasium wasn’t packed like it was for the old wrestling rivalries, but the crowd was riveted. Many spectators moved over to watch one of the most highly anticipated wrestling matches in some time ...


Warriors go fourth, win

By Nick Walter

Paused for a moment on the rim, the basketball spun furiously, as though willing itself through the net. “I was so nervous,” said Central High School’s Taryn Smith, who had driven for the final shot with three seconds ...

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