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Returning after suspension, Feller wins first Warrior Classic title

By Nick Walter

Anthony Feller stood by the stands, smiling and shaking minutes after the match. The final of his five “victims,” meanwhile, was still lying on the mat, having a tug of war with oxygen. Feller is a Warrior Classic ...

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Wrestling for Eagles a dream for most youngsters in Paonia

By Nick Walter

“Show me your stance,” Andy Pipher will say. Then a kid drops into his wrestling stance. They usually come a few feet tall, even less when crouched. Their technique tends to be shaky. “Hands up, thumbs in,” Pipher ...


Solid effort helps Palisade go 3-0 in Rotary Club invite

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Christmas break came too early for the Palisade High School boys basketball team. The Bulldogs played possibly their best game of the season going into the break, defeating Rifle 81-50 on Saturday to go 3-0 in the Palisade Sunrise Rotary Club ...

Solid shooting from line lifts ‘Dogs to win

By Staff

Kane Gunther scored half of his 14 points in the fourth quarter Friday night, including five free throws, to help the Palisade High School boys basketball team claim a 48-41 victory over Montezuma-Cortez in the Palisade Rotary Invitational at ...

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Shank brothers leading Olathe at Warrior Classic

By Nick Walter

Austin Shank is squeezing his opponent’s face until it forms an unexplainable expression. Shank rolls into his man, pressing harder. The face looks creased and confused. Shanks’ eyes dart to his brother on the side of the ...

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Hall’s injury doesn’t derail ‘Dogs in win

By Nick Walter

Caleb Hall shot the jumper in the first quarter against Cheyenne South, landed on a defender’s shoe and exited the court to get ice wrapped to his ankle. “It was a cheap shot,” the Palisade guard said. “He stuck his ...

Fruita falls to Rangeview

By Staff

Like all basketball coaches, Fruita Monument High School coach Dave Fox knows the importance of free throws. Thursday night at the Hinkley Holiday Hoops Classic, the Wildcats’ inaccuracy at the free-throw line hurt them in a 59-57 loss ...

Warrior Classic is a good early season test for grapplers

By Nick Walter

It’s the equivalent of the high school state wrestling championships before Christmas and one of the most popular annual sporting events in the Grand Valley. The Warrior Classic wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Central High ...

GJ’s Trujillo gets tech fall win in first varsity match

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Christmas came early for Jacob Trujillo. The Grand Junction High School freshman has missed the first two weeks of the season with a broken hand and wasn’t expected to join the wrestling team until after the new year. After a ...

Grand Junction’s Rubalcaba captures Gold Helmet Award

By Staff

Grand Junction High School quarterback Sean Rubalcaba, who helped the Tigers reach the Class 5A state football quarterfinals, has won the 2011 Denver Post Gold Helmet Award. The award began in 1951 and is given each year to the top senior ...

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