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What a steal

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team’s Friday night game against Carbon County (Utah) began with Tiger guard Kylie Burns flying into a passing lane, stealing the ball and cruising for a wide-open layup. Later in the ...


Depth helps GJ boys top Heritage in tournament

By Staff

LITTLETON — For high school basketball teams, December is a time for learning. Oh, after summer team camps and two weeks of preseason practice, they know the X’s and O’s. The schedule prior to the start of league play is ...


Kidd’s performance paces Tigers at Fruita Invite

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Taylor Kidd could hardly believe her eyes. The Grand Junction High School sophomore looked at her time on the scoreboard and saw a state-qualifying 55.96 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle — a personal best. “My coach has been ...


GJ VB coach Vines resigns

By Nick Walter

Leslie Vines has left her head volleyball coaching position at Grand Junction High School after three seasons with the Tigers. Vines was 21-45 during her coaching career with the Tigers, but provided the program some stability, Grand Junction ...


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Tough loss

By Matt Meyer

Highlights aren’t easy to find when you’re on the wrong end of 54-14 score, as Central was Thursday night against Chaparral in the first day of the Wildcat Invitational girls basketball tournament. But the Warriors had a couple ...


Fruita shows off fast-tempo offense in tourney opener

By Nick Walter

It’s the future of girls basketball, Fruita Monument girls basketball coach Richard Atkins said, and the Wildcats used the up-tempo, fast-breaking style of offense Thursday to defeat Fountain-Fort Carson 68-43. For the Wildcats (3-1), ...


Carcamo’s win helps GJ rally past Olathe

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Jessie Carcamo may need to keep his inhaler a little closer during wrestling matches. The Grand Junction High School junior was losing his breath in a tight match the Tigers needed. Once he got his breath back, the 152-pounder returned to the ...


D’Evelyn’s long-range shooting too much for ‘Cats

By Staff

D’Evelyn made 14 3-pointers to roll to a 76-37 boys basketball victory Thursday over the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team in the Steamboat Springs Tournament. Luke Stratman led the way with seven 3-pointers, including ...


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Officially

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Officials often get looked at negatively, but that never bothered David ‘Bubba’ Bullen. The 58-year-old Grand Junction man looks back on his 34 years officiating high school and college football fondly. Bullen is being inducted ...


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Speedy Tigers

By Nick Walter

The system hasn’t changed. Rotate bodies in and out. Gamble some — jump the passing lanes. Fast break. The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team is fast and tall and ready to make a run at another Southwestern League ...


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