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Pep talk helps Voytilla earn win as ‘Cats take SWL title

By Dale Shrull

The mental part of tennis can make or break a player. When Tayvia Voytilla started to struggle in the second set Tuesday, her mental armor weakened a little. Leading 1-0 at No. 2 singles after the first set, the Fruita Monument junior saw ...


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By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — Kayden Seriani on a radar gun in the seventh inning: 88 mph fastball, 68 mph curveball. The Paonia High School sophomore struck out a season-low four batters Tuesday, but didn’t allow a walk in a 3-0 rivalry win over ...


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Reveling in beating the rivals

By Matt Meyer

Isaiah Repetti, in his three years as the starting goalie for the Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team, never knew what it was like to beat Grand Junction. But with Repetti and the defense leading the charge, for the first time ...


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Sewells lead Junction girls lacrosse team past Durango

By Staff

The Grand Junction girls lacrosse team bounced back from its first loss of the season by thumping Durango 17-6 on Saturday at Long Family Park. Tia Sewell and Kristina Sewell each scored three times for the Tigers (7-1, 4-1 Mountain ...


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Breaking out

By Jon Mitchell

The approach the Central High School girls soccer team took Friday night in its Southwestern League game against Grand Junction was a lot different than the one they employed earlier in the week against another league foe. Against the Tigers, ...


Fruita boys top Huskies to tie for first in Mountain League

By Staff

The Fruita Monument boys lacrosse team edged Battle Mountain 12-10 on Friday at Canyon View Park. The win puts the Wildcats in a tie for first place in the Mountain League with Steamboat Springs. Battle Mountain (4-4, 4-2) is a program that ...


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Fruita tennis team cruises past Central

By Staff

Sarah Fleming has been on a roll since the beginning of the season, and that roll continued Thursday during Fruita Monument’s girls tennis dual against Central at Canyon View Park. The Fruita sophomore, who hasn’t lost since the ...


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Set plays position Tigers for victory over Summit

By Matt Meyer

During a recent practice, some seniors approached Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse coach Chris Mack. Mack told his team at the beginning of the season that he wasn’t going to bog down the offense with too many set plays, opting ...


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Signature events

By Matt Meyer

Sam Schroeder likes to win. “You don’t want to go somewhere and lose,” Schroeder said. “It doesn’t matter if it’s checkers or whatever.” So it made sense for Schroeder to choose a college with a ...


Rifle coach praises teen’s selflessness after death

By Matt Meyer

Kyle Scholla’s yells could be heard from the sidelines, and the Rifle High School football team was better because of it. Scholla, a Rifle teenager who died Saturday from injuries suffered in a car-surfing accident, was everything Rifle ...


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