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Top-ranked Hotchkiss wins sloppy game vs. Olathe

By Matt Meyer

OLATHE — More often than not, when Hotchkiss High School running back Jacobe Galley rumbled outside Friday night, the play ended with a holding penalty. But despite two touchdowns being called back, the top-ranked Class 1A Bulldogs did ...


Tigers survive

By Patti Arnold

Tyler Heinsma came up a few yards short on fourth down Friday late in the fourth quarter at Stocker Stadium. The Grand Junction High School quarterback, though, wasn’t about to let that stop him in the final minute. “I ...

Moeller’s 5 TDs lift Rifle past Coal Ridge

By Staff

Rifle High School fullback Ryan Moeller had 17 carries for 252 yards and score five touchdowns in the first half as the Bears routed Coal Ridge 45-6 in a nonleague football game Friday night at Coal Ridge. Zack Bare and Aaron Wagler each had ...

Heritage tops ‘Cats at DeCrow tourney

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School took Heritage to extra innings Friday before losing 6-5 in its first game of the Deke DeCrow Invitational softball tournament at Bergman Field. Fruita Monument’s Makenzi DeCrow, a niece of Deke DeCrow, for ...


Oh, so close

By Nick Walter

One play, 0.4 seconds remained. Suddenly, after the help of a 36-yard pass reception by Zach Griggs — more or less in Hail Mary fashion — Fruita had gone 66 yards in 45 seconds and was at the Douglas County 10. And Fruita was ...


Trio helps Montrose capture Indian Invite at Cobble Creek

By Staff

Three Montrose High School players shot 74 or better Thursday as the Indians hosted and won the 16-team Indian Invitational boys golf tournament at The Links at Cobble Creek. Montrose’s Jacob Hebbel fired a 70 to finish second, two ...

Peach Fuzz softball tourney renamed to honor Deke DeCrow

By Nick Walter

His former players are scheduled to release balloons tonight, and that will be only the beginning of the remembrance of Deke DeCrow. This weekend’s Peach Fuzz softball tournament has been renamed the Deke DeCrow Memorial ...


Regular Joe

By Patti Arnold

It took John Arledge about two seconds to know he was going to make a phone call last November after Joe Ramunno resigned as the head football coach at Colorado Mesa University. “As soon as it happened, a couple of days later, I called ...

Indians’ Brennecke wins Delta title

By Staff

Cole Brennecke fired a 6-under-par 66 to claim the medalist honor and lead the Montrose High School boys golf team to victory Wednesday in the Delta Invitational at Devil’s Thumb Golf Club. Montrose also got a pair of 74s from Jacob ...


Like father, like son

By Nick Walter

Drew Casebier has been running the pro style/split-back veer offense since fifth grade. Todd Casebier has been coaching Drew in that offense the whole time. Of all the strengths Montrose High School has, bet on head coach-quarterback ...

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