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Creating momentum: Tigers hope win over Cortez gives them a boost

By Nick Walter

During the opening face off Saturday, Josh Murdock took one glace at four widely separated defenders of Montezuma-Cortez and had one lingering thought: “I was excited that I’m playing forward,” he said, “and that I can ...


Falling a little short

By Nick Walter

Two freshmen started on defense. Their starting quarterback, Mike Price, returned from last week’s concussion. Its leading tackler was out. And still, against the 
No. 12-ranked team in Class 4A on Friday night, Central High ...

Tigers take control in 2nd half of road win

By Staff

WESTMINSTER — After struggling at times on both sides of the ball for a game and a half, the Grand Junction High School football team felt it needed to make a statement Friday against nonconference opponent Mountain Range. The Tigers ...

Bill Musgrave gets award from Oregon

By Patti Arnold

Bill Musgrave set 15 school passing records at the University of Oregon and is generally regarded as the quarterback who triggered the Ducks’ success over the past 25 years. Friday night in Eugene, Ore., Musgrave, a 1986 graduate of ...

Diverse Cardinals dispatch Cowboys

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — All the Grand Valley High School football team needed to get going was a little motivation. That motivation came from a nine-yard touchdown run from Gunnison running back Alex Schliesman, whose scoring jaunt awakened a ...

Titans topple Pirates

By Matt Meyer

NEW CASTLE — Since 2005, the year Coal Ridge High School opened, the Titans never had beaten Olathe. In that time, Olathe has won two state titles and made numerous playoff runs. But Coal Ridge rewrote the school’s short football ...


Medina paces Tigers’ cross country team

By Staff

Charlie Medina placed second to lead the Grand Junction High School boys cross country team to a runner-up finish at the 20-team Arvada West Invitational on Friday. Medina finished the race in 16 minutes, 22 seconds, with teammates Greg ...


Big 4th inning lifts Fruita past Central

By Nick Walter

Fruita Monument tried to explain its 12-run fourth inning in many ways Thursday. “We gelled,” Mariaha O’Dell said. “You see your teammate get a hit and you want to get a hit, so you go up there thinking it’s ...

Doubles teams lift Fruita past Liberty

By Staff

Fruita Monument won three of the four doubles matches to edge Liberty 4-3 in high school boys tennis Thursday. Nick Rutan claimed the Wildcats’ win in singles, beating Matt Jacobberger 6-3, 6-3, and Fruita coach Clint Davis said Rutan ...


Prep Notes: Strong return

By Staff

Her junior volleyball season lasted five minutes. During a scrimmage against Central High School last season, Grand Junction’s Rachel Stahl jumped and landed with all her weight on her left leg. She suffered a complete tear of her ...

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