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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 ...


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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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Wounded Warriors

By Nick Walter

Central High School proved it has wide receivers who can provide a deep threat. Now it just needs some players back in the starting lineup. The Warriors (0-3) are yet to have a running back hit 100 total yards rushing this season, but wide ...


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How sweep it is

By Matt Meyer

The Central High School volleyball team remembers when, in 2011, they squeaked out a couple of 3-2 victories over favored Grand Junction. So, for Central coach Beth Nelson, sweeping the Tigers 
25-19, 25-12, 28-26 at home Tuesday was a ...


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Tuesday night lights

By Nick Walter

Elisha Jahnke knew during warmups she’d be on target. Maddie Marsh felt focused before the first pitch. All because, both said, the lights were on, and Colorado Mesa University’s Bergman Field was the regal site, and rival ...


Palisade’s Smith wins 4A regional golf title

By Staff

Palisade High School senior Kyler Smith started his day with four birdies en route to a 2-under-par 70 and his second straight Class 4A Western Regional boys golf title. Smith didn’t card another birdie the rest of the way, but he ...


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Angry Wildcats respond, beat Central with late goal

By Matt Meyer

In 12 years of coaching high school soccer, Fruita Monument High School coach Dan McKee had never received a yellow card. But when saw the referee signal for a penalty shot on what, to him, looked like a clean tackle to help preserve a 1-0 ...


GJ’s Kinnaman wins golf regional; Fruita qualifies team for state

By Staff

Boring golf. That’s what Grand Junction High School sophomore Donny Kinnaman called his round Monday. Regional champ. That’s what the officials at the CHSAA Class 5A regional boys golf meet called Kinnaman after he fired a 1-over ...


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Pride of Palisade: Bulldogs win homecoming game in rout

By Nick Walter

The 5-foot-3 running back who had just scored four touchdowns now faced The Gauntlet. Dalton Hannigan already was tired — four touchdowns and 132 yards rushing can do that. But after Palisade’s 63-7 victory over Montezuma-Cortez ...


Second-half turnovers, penalties keep Warriors winless

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — The Central High School football team has gotten into a bad habit. The Warriors seem to fall into a trap, playing with (or outplaying) their opponents in the first half but watching their leads evaporate in the second ...


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