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Tough luck at home for Wildcats

By Matt Meyer

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team has been on the wrong end of some big runs lately. After starting the season 4-0, the Wildcats have dropped three straight, the past two loses stemming from second-half scoring runs. ...

GJ’s defense shuts down Central on soccer field

By Matt Meyer

Zero is an absolute number. It leave leaves no room for debate, and to the Grand Junction girls soccer team, zero goals means they’re playing dominant defense. The Tigers took their dominant defense a step further Tuesday, when they ...


Rally ‘Cats

By Nick Walter

The clean-up hitter came to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday, and so, naturally, someone needed to keep things in perspective. In the dugout at Canyon View Park, the man in “the hole,” ...


Rifle’s Powell captures invite

By Nick Walter

For the first time, Rifle’s Allison Powell broke 90. Also for the first time, Powell defeated teammate Taylor Walters, although by a third-hole, scorecard tiebreaker (more on that later.) And after Powell and Walters had blow-dried ...

Roling has big plans for season

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This could be the year Kiel Roling breaks out. The Central High School graduate is embarking on his fourth year in professional baseball and he’s ready for this season maybe more than any other. The 2008 Colorado Rockies sixth-round ...


Clutch performer

By Nick Walter

It wasn’t until Josh Weller reached second base after his double in the bottom of the sixth inning that he did the math. Looking at the Canyon View Field scoreboard, which on Saturday was missing a light bulb on the home team’s ...

Wild pitch lifts Palisade past Windsor

By Nick Walter

Josh Hovis knew he was moving on a passed ball. Leading off from third base in the bottom of the seventh inning Saturday, the Palisade High School designated hitter thought to himself, “If it’s 10 feet or more away from the ...

Sailors too much for Wildcats

By Matt Meyer

For coach Mark Young, it’s been a short three years since Fruita Monument High School started a boys lacrosse team. The buzz surrounding lacrosse on the Western Slope is enormous. Teams like Steamboat Springs and Aspen have battled ...

Cedaredge’s Williams sets meet records in sprints at own invitational

By Staff

Cedaredge sprinter Sierra Williams broke Cedaredge Invitational track and field meet records in the 100- and 200-meter dash on Saturday. Williams ran a 12.54-second 100 dash and 25.19-second 200 dash. The Cedaredge girls took second, ...


Ready, set, win

By Matt Meyer

Nothing about the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team is slow. Coach Eric Anderson built a team around athleticism, passing and quick counter attacks. But Friday against Durango, set pieces ­— one corner kick and one free ...

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