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Tigers on the fast track

By Tim Harty

Jill Payne’s emergence as one of the area’s best female sprinters brought several wins in recent weeks in the 100- and 200-meter dashes. At last weekend’s Frank Woodburn Invitational girls track and field meet, however, the ...


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The right Price

By Dale Shrull

With a runner on third base and the shutout in jeopardy, Michael Price struck out Grand Junction’s smooth-swinging Owen Taylor to end the fifth inning. It was a granite-solid pitching performance by Central’s big right-hander. ...


GJ matches Fruita’s effort in boys lacrosse victory

By Matt Meyer

They’re not a power team, but coach James States said the Grand Junction boys lacrosse players knew their speed and finesse could only do so much Tuesday night against a punishing Fruita Monument squad. So, the Tigers picked their ...


Three-run 4th lifts ‘Cats past Montrose

By Matt Meyer

For the first three innings Tuesday afternoon, the Fruita Monument baseball team chipped away at Montrose ace Tyrus Lopez. The Wildcats worked deep counts, spoiled potential strikeout pitches by fouling them off, and took a measured approach ...


Crow’s arm, bat lead Palisade past Delta

By Tim Harty

Small ball and a small but determined pitcher led to a big Palisade win Tuesday in 4A Western Slope League baseball. Tass Crow, who was listed at 5-foot-6, 150 pounds during the football season, came within an out of a one-hit shutout at ...


Chiapuzio’s five goals lift ‘Cats past Eagle Valley

By Staff

Adrienne Chiapuzio scored five goals and had four assists as Fruita Monument cruised past Eagle Valley 26-4 in Mountain League girls lacrosse Tuesday. Leading 15-3 at halftime, the Wildcats (9-1, 4-0 ML) were able to get most of their swing ...


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A lot of Coffey for Fruita Monument

By Matt Meyer

So much for a slow start. During the first six games of the season, Fruita Monument High School girls soccer standout and University of Denver commit Courtney Coffey scored only one goal. Monday, the junior midfielder scored four ...


Central wins Grand Valley Invite

By Staff

Sam Medina shot an 87 and Megan Bricker shot a 100 on Monday as Central edged Rifle at the Grand Valley Invitational at Battlement Mesa. Taylor Head shot a 108 to give Central a team score of 295. Rifle finished two strokes back at ...


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The king of the ring

By Dale Shrull

As Cedaredge’s Austin Williams took his place in the shot-put circle Saturday, everyone from the spectators to the coaches to the competitors knew it was a battle for second place. The only question was how far would Williams launch the ...


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Van Calcar shines for Palisade girls

By Tim Harty

It’s been a frustrating spring for Palisade High School sophomore Greta Van Calcar, who can’t help but wonder which leg ailment will afflict her next. Achilles tendinitis in her right leg cost her most of the winter for training. ...


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