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Wildcat way: Fruita Monument baseball team answers challenge by Montrose

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Good baseball teams find ways to win. They find ways to rally from behind like Fruita Monument did early in the season, or answer a comeback attempt by the opponent. Although the Wildcats didn’t have to come from behind Wednesday, they ...

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Quick start helps Tigers run past ‘Cats in lacrosse

By Patrick Bahr

Chemistry is a very good thing. Tuesday at Walker Field, the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team sprinted to a 10-0 lead over rival Fruita Monument en route to an 18-8 victory. “They are really cohesive,” Grand ...

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Six-run 6th inning lifts Tigers past Central

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For five innings, Central High School starting pitcher Alex Kitzman had the Tigers tamed. The Tigers, though, clawed their way back in the baseball game Tuesday night, making Kitzman throw more pitches until they broke through, scoring six ...

Prep notebook: GJ’s Fritzler an honorary part of Angels tennis team

By Staff

Grand Junction High School sophomore Carsyn Fritzler has two sets of teammates. For the second consecutive year, she played for the Denver East varsity girls tennis team in the Western Slope Invitational last weekend. “Coach (Carol ...

GJ soccer team’s stifling defense leads to easy win over Central

By Staff

A strong defense led to plenty of offense for the Grand Junction High School girls soccer team. Tuesday at Walker Field, the Tigers jumped to an early lead, taking 13 shots on goal in the first half, and holding Central to zero in an 8-0 ...

Veteran Grand Junction girls soccer team hoping to make noise

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team has the type of experience that doesn’t come along every year. With 10 seniors, the veteran bunch looks to make the Class 5A postseason in back-to-back seasons for the first time since ...

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Hard work pays off for Central’s Wallway in Mickey Dunn Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

Aaron Wallway is a motivated young man. Saturday at the Mickey Dunn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Central High School hurdler won the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles. Wallway turned in a time of 15.33 seconds in the 110 hurdles and a ...

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GJ’s Proietti shows she can win at No. 2 singles with Western Slope Invite title

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Alex Proietti hoped she could be competitive in her second year at No. 2 singles for the Grand Junction High School girls tennis team. The senior proved Saturday she can win, capturing the Western Slope Invitational title. She defeated Palmer ...

Hotchkiss pitchers shut down Rifle

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Hotchkiss High School’s baseball team provided plenty of offense Saturday against Rifle. Turns out, the Bulldogs’ pitching staff almost could have done without all the run support. Hotchkiss pitched a pair of ...

Fruita boys dominate Telluride in lacrosse

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team defeated Telluride 12-2 on Saturday in Telluride. After an 8-7 win Friday against Durango, the Wildcats took a 10-0 halftime lead against the Miners. “After a rough start in ...

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