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092010 GJHS Soccer

Tiger teammates Foster, Hofer gain soccer exposure

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Sean Foster and Tim Hofer want to be among the elite youth soccer players in Colorado. The Grand Junction High School seniors were selected to an U.S. Academy Development League soccer team. The purpose of the academy is to develop youth ...


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Content champion: Fruita Monument senior happy about winning Metro East Regional

By Patrick Bahr

Joey Saad could not describe himself as anything more than content. The Fruita Monument High School senior won Monday’s Class 5A Metro East Regional Golf Tournament at Tiara Rado Golf Course with an even-par 71. “Life seems ...


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Bummer: Fruita takes Durango to the limit, but loses for first time

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School volleyball team left the floor on Saturday disappointed, but not discouraged. The Wildcats lost a tight match to Durango 25-21, 25-27, 13-25, 25-23, 15-13. Fruita had opportunities in the final game, leading ...


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Course confidence: Playing at Tiara Rado could give valley teams a leg up at regionals

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School golfer Chad Johnson doesn’t have to worry about being unfamiliar with the location of the Metro East Regional golf tournament. Monday at 8 a.m., 13 teams, including Central, Fruita Monument and Grand Junction, tee ...


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Durango scores pair of second-half goals to top Central

By Staff

The Central High School boys soccer team allowed two late goals Saturday that ended up being the difference in a 2-0 loss to Durango. Zachary Brown scored on a header in the 80th minute, putting the Demons up 1-0. Matthew Emmanuel-Ogier ...


Mistakes, sputtering offense hurt Central in loss to Fort Collins

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — Central High School football coach Vern McGee didn’t have any magic words for his team after Saturday’s game, the third consecutive loss to start the season. What he knows and learned again from a 42-7 loss to ...


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Palisade pulls away: Bulldogs overcome early issues to rout Rams

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade was in the spirit of giving. Friday night at Stocker Stadium, the third-ranked Bulldogs fumbled on the first play from scrimmage, allowing Class 2A Roaring Fork to turn that mistake into a 7-0 lead. After that, the Bulldogs were in ...


Tigers’ offense breaks out against Gators

By Staff

ARVADA — It’s perhaps the most commonly implemented game plan: Run the ball early to soften up the defense, then use the passing game to put points on the board; and finally, run the ball again late to put the game away. Friday, ...


Jacob’s big game lifts Glenwood past Fruita

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Luke Jacob was champing at the bit. The Glenwood Springs High School quarterback could only watch as his team lost 6-0 to Montrose last week as he sat out with a concussion. Friday, Jacob came back strong, leading ...


Hotchkiss’ duo of Anderson, Celis shine in Ned Pollert Invitational at Canyon View Park

By Scott Schlaufman

Friday’s Ned Pollert Invitational girls cross-country race featured a marquee matchup. Grand Valley senior Brandi Krieg, who took sixth in the state meet last fall, and Natalie Anderson, a freshman at Hotchkiss who won last ...


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