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Central girls camp begins May 29

By Staff

Central High School’s girls basketball camp is from 9 a.m. until noon from May 29 to June 1 at Central. The camp is $40 per person and open to girls in grades 3–9. Assistant coach Phil Cain will be running the camp. GJHS hosts ...


Todd Dixon leaving Central for girls job at Cherokee Trail

By Nick Walter

When the head girls basketball coaching position recently opened at Cherokee Trail High School, Todd Dixon thought back to early December. Dixon’s Central High School Warriors were playing Cherokee Trail, which won, 60-22. “I ...


Montrose’s Keltz, Rifle’s Walters finish 5th, 7th at state golf

By Staff

A pair of area girls finished in the top 10 at the Class 4A state girls golf championships Tuesday at Boomerang Golf Links in Greeley. Montrose High School’s Kala Keltz tied for fifth place with 152 strokes, and Rifle High junior Taylor ...


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Time for a change

By Patti Arnold

Kyle Rush and baseball have been synonymous ever since he was helping Fruita Monument High School win the 1993 state championship with his twin brother, Kirk. For the past 12 years, he’s been the head coach at Grand Junction High ...


Montrose tied for 5th in Class 4A golf tourney

By Staff

Montrose’s Kala Keltz shot a 74 during the first round of the Class 4A girls golf state championships at Boomerang Golf Link in Greeley on Monday and is in fifth place heading into the final round today. Montrose is tied for fifth place ...


Rubalcaba is league’s top player in baseball

By Nick Walter

The Gold Helmet Award winner in football also is the Southwestern League All-Conference’s Player of the Year in baseball. Grand Junction senior Sean Rubalcaba was named the conference’s top player on Sunday after a season in which ...


Indians knocked out of Class 4A playoffs

By Staff

It was an easy decision for the four Montrose High School seniors on the baseball team. They wanted to play in the state tournament instead of participate in the graduation ceremony. Their inspiration wasn’t enough. D’Evelyn ...


Roger Walters to coach Rifle boys

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No more 70-mile commutes for Roger Walters. The former Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball coach, who resigned April 27, is returning to his roots as the boys basketball coach at Rifle High School. “I can be at work in ...


Palisade’s Smith wins Class 4A state discus title

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD —­ Even after he’d won the discus in the Class 4A boys state track and field championships Saturday, Palisade’s Tanner Smith held to what his father, Tim Smith, had taught him. “He just always told me to ...


Cedaredge’s Williams wins 3 more state titles

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — She snatched the baton, and with strides clearly longer and stronger than any in the 400-meter relay, ones that she’ll take to Florida State University, Cedaredge’s Sierra Williams swallowed a gap one final time in ...


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