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Rifle’s ‘D’ shuts out Panthers

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DELTA — Ryan Moeller rushed for more than 200 yards for the sixth time this season, but it was the top-ranked Rifle High School football team’s defense that shined. The Bears’ defense shut out No. 9 Delta 21-0 on Friday ...

Markley, Wasser lead Cedaredge to easy win

By Matt Meyer

CEDAREDGE — For Dante Markley and Carter Wasser, Friday night’s game against Paonia was a victory lap. Cedaredge didn’t need to beat Paonia, but did anyway, winning the Class 1A Western Slope Conference championship outright ...


Fluke goal, strong 2nd half lift Montrose to first-round win

By Matt Meyer

MONTROSE — It was an unlikely goal, but it was all it took for the Montrose High School boys soccer team to secure its first-round playoff victory Thursday. Dylan Tobin’s long shot into the wind found the net in the middle of the ...


Not going wild

By Nick Walter

Fruita Monument High School coach Sean Mulvey said it would take the “perfect storm” for the Wildcats to crack the 32-team Class 5A state playoff bracket. The Wildcats (4-5) are ranked No. 39 in the wildcard point system that, in ...


Swarming Bears

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Anthony Alfini isn’t about to claim Rifle High School’s defense as the biggest, baddest unit in Colorado, or even Class 3A. He will classify the unit as one of the most effective, though. “We’re not going ...

Déjà vu

By Staff

DENVER — For Dan McKee, it’s all about progressing. Four seasons ago, the Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team was in a long drought of not having made the playoffs. That string was broken three years ago. Now it’s ...


Running Mount Garfield gets Palisade XC team ready for rigors of season

By Nick Walter

Aside from peaches, it’s an overwhelming part of Palisade’s identity — Mount Garfield. To some it’s majestic, maybe a bit plain to others, but the first quarter of the mountain has provided the Palisade High School ...


The running coach

By Nick Walter

She runs the grinding distance mountain races for the beauty, the opportunity to take on a mountain instead of a stopwatch, and for the feeling of lungs exploding and legs aching. “That sensation of having a steep hill to run,” ...

Paonia tastes success in first season with cross country team

By Nick Walter

It’s the first year Paonia High School has had its own cross country team, and now its girls team is headed to the Class 2A state cross country championships. And so is regional champion Hotchkiss. For the 13 seasons Kelly Cowan has ...


Indians’ depth key in 4A state tournament

By Nick Walter

Sure, Montrose High School senior Nick Hansen scored four goals against Fruita Monument in the Indians’ final regular-season game, but that was not the norm, Montrose coach Jim Pavlich said. Heading into No. 13-seeded Montrose’s ...

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