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Prep Briefs, Sept. 12, 2012

By Staff

Prep Golf Montrose wins Gunnison Invite Six Montrose High School golfers finished in the top 10, led by a member of its junior varsity team, as the Indians won the six-team Gunnison Invitational boys golf tournament Wednesday. Montrose ...


Tuning it out

By Nick Walter

They served a few arm lengths away from a group of screaming orange-and-black fans, one who wore a mask, another who shook a sign, all of whom bellowed and stomped. But of all the Fruita Monument volleyball players who served on Tuesday by ...

Tigers’ Gibson takes 2nd in SWL tourney

By Staff

Greg Gibson shot a 77 on Tuesday at Dalton Ranch Golf Club to finish second in the Southwestern League Championship tournament, one stroke behind Montezuma-Cortez’s Jakob Rudosky. The league tourney was a two-day event, combining the ...

Tigers’ Gibson roars back, ties for tourney title

By Staff

Greg Gibson overcame a bad first hole to fire a 73 to tie for first place in the Durango Invitational boys golf tournament Monday at Hillcrest Golf Course. Gibson said he triple-bogeyed hole No. 1, but the sophomore didn’t let that ruin ...


Warriors battle but fall short

By Staff

Before Saturday’s nonconference game against Central High School, Longmont coach Doug Johnson told his team he had prayed they would have a tough, hard-fought game in order to gain some experience. He got all of that and more. Trojan ...


Familiar foe

By Nick Walter

Fairview’s Ignatius Castelino remembers when he and Grand Junction’s Jacob Lapkin were kids. That forehand of Lapkin, Castelino recalled, was just the same as it was on Saturday: Powerful and consistent. So, in the No. 2 singles ...

Tiger girls cruise past Cortez

By Matt Meyer

There is something special about a game that lasts just over an hour for the Grand Junction High School girls softball team. “We just play our game and try not to step down against a team like Cortez,” shortstop Arrianna Diaz ...

Freshman’s leg lifts Tigers over Prairie View

By Staff

Grand Junction freshman Athen Hayes, making his first varsity start, scored the game’s only goal as the Tigers beat Prairie View 1-0 in nonconference boys soccer Saturday at Prairie View. Luis Gutierrez tracked down a ball in the corner ...


Big-play Tigers

By Nick Walter

Tyler Heinsma saw it twice: He crossed the goal line after a long run, then turned to see a black and orange array of charging teammates. “I’ve never broken off a big run like that before,” said Heinsma, who had scoring runs ...

Hannigan’s big ground game lifts Palisade past Glenwood

By Jon Mitchell

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — So much for Dalton Hannigan’s bad start. The pint-sized Palisade High School running back more than made up for a lost fumble on the Bulldogs’ opening offensive play against Glenwood Springs, running for ...

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