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Shaking the rust: Central soccer team falls in first game to Battle Mountain

By Patrick Bahr

It’s difficult to know what to expect in the first game of the season. The Central High School girls soccer team got onto the field for the first time Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park, and lost 3-1 to Battle Mountain. “They ...

Central baseball team tops Willow Canyon (Ariz.) in Phoenix

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team got its fifth victory of the season Saturday with a 5-2 win over Willow Canyon (Ariz.) in Phoenix. The Warriors took a 4-1 lead after three innings. “We had really good at-bats early,” ...

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Palisade’s five errors costly in tourney loss to Montrose

By Staff

The Palisade High School baseball team’s five errors was too much to overcome in a 9-7 loss to Montrose. Friday at the Lloyd McMillan Tournament in Montrose, the Bulldogs had an early 3-0 lead but Montrose scored five runs in the bottom ...

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Wildcats soccer team shows progress in tie

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team is out to prove it’s a different team this season. Friday at Canyon View Park, the Wildcats (1-3-1, 0-0-1 Southwestern League) took a step in right direction with a scoreless tie against ...

Fruita Monument baseball team rallies again to stay unbeaten

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School baseball team doesn’t fear a deficit. Thursday in the Piedra Vista, N.M. Invitational in Farmington, N.M., down by one run, the Wildcats scored four runs in the sixth inning to defeat Los Alamos, N.M. ...


Much to be sorted out for high school track and field teams

By Patrick Bahr

The high school track season is a puzzle. And right now, the pieces are scattered everywhere. “We are trying to see what everyone can do,” Fruita Monument track coach Tom Goff said. “I have an idea what the upperclassmen ...

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Harmless single leads to big inning in Palisade’s loss to Woodland Park

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One inning got away from the Palisade High School baseball team and the Bulldogs couldn’t recover. Woodland Park turned a harmless bloop hit into a big inning to defeat Palisade 7-3 on Saturday in the Bill Fanning Classic at Suplizio ...

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Forward thinking: Griffins swim team focused on defending SWL title

By Patrick Bahr

The District 51 swim team isn’t shy when discussing the season goals. “The first thing we all talked about at the very first practice was May 13 and 14, the (Southwestern) League championship meet,” Griffins senior Tyler ...

Grand Junction soccer team gets revenge vs. Columbine

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team avenged last year’s playoff loss to Columbine with a 1-0 victory Saturday over the Rebels. The Tigers scored their lone goal in the first half when Whitney Ravan streaked down the ...

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Warriors off to hot start in baseball

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Alex Kitzman and the Central High School baseball team intend to win their share of games this season. The Warriors, who were 6-13 last season, made a statement to their opponents in the opening weekend of the baseball season. Central swept ...

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