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Wildcat girls eager to face early season challenge

By Nick Walter

The invitations accepted by schools in Utah, Wyoming and Denver to play in this weekend’s Wildcat Invitational girls basketball tournament at Fruita Monument High School will make for a revealing early season tournament. Some of the ...


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Casey Burns makes kin proud in Tigers’ win over Delta

By Nick Walter

Casey Burns said he had a renewed mindset Tuesday before Grand Junction’s 70-54 win over Delta, and the renewing began as Burns and the rest of the Tigers peered out of their locker room and watched the girls game. “Give it to ...


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Derrieux leads Tigers to victory over Panthers

By Nick Walter

She was the game’s primary clapper, high-five slapper and instructor of teammates, but Jamie Derrieux made the most noise on the scoreboard Tuesday. The Grand Junction guard’s 25 points helped the Tigers defeat Delta, 66-48. As ...


Glenwood Springs rallies in fourth to edge Warriors

By Staff

Trent Coleman announced his return Tuesday with authority. The 6-foot-8 big man from Central High School had a night plagued by fouls, causing him to miss a large chunk of the third quarter. But he put up three blocks and two points during ...


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Palisade shocks GJ in Warrior Challenge

By Scott Schlaufman

It’s not every day the Palisade High School boys basketball team gets a shot at the bigger schools in the Grand Valley, especially Grand Junction. Heck, it’s not even every year. Prior to Palisade’s 52-50 win Saturday ...


Wildcats wrap up 3-0 Warrior weekend

By Staff

Active hands and strong full-court press carried Fruita Monument to a 55-44 victory Friday over Carbon County (Utah) in the final game of the Warrior Challenge. The Wildcats came up with 20 steals, blocked five shots and forced 35 turnovers ...


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Pain just another opponent for GJ’s Hoffschneider

By Nick Walter

Pain tells you to stop. It’s a report from the wound to the mind, or vice versa, that something needs repaired. Sometimes there’s no choice: You go anyway. Once again on Saturday, Grand Junction High School wrestler Jessie ...


LaBonde’s 3s lead Wildcats past Niwot

By Staff

Lauren LaBonde had five 3-pointers and scored 25 points as Fruita Monument’s girls basketball team outscored host Niwot 25-7 in the second half on the way to a 45-25 victory. Fruita coach Dan Schmalz said Niwot was content to sit back ...


Sinner leads Wildcats to victory over Mullen

By Staff

Jessica Sinner’s 15 points led the Fruita Monument girls basketball team to a 51-43 victory over Mullen on Friday night in the Wildcats’ season opener in Denver. Lauren LaBonde hit seven of nine free throws and ended up with 10 ...


Smoky Hill tops Palisade in ‘weird’ win

By Nick Walter

Before Smoky Hill’s 70-53 win over Palisade during the Warrior Challenge on Friday at Central High School, Smoky Hill coach Keenan Clement considered what was, for him, a unique moment. Clement played for Palisade until his graduation ...


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