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Tigers’ tennis team walking for water in Ethiopia

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Parker Hegstrom spent the past two summers in Austin, Texas, working on his tennis game, but he discovered so much more. The Grand Junction High School senior became involved with the Austin Tennis Academy’s sponsorship of the Glimmer ...


Bulldogs get tough draw in Class 3A football playoffs

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The Palisade High School football team ended up with a good seed, but a tough first-round game. Palisade finished third in the wild card points, but received the fourth seed. The Bulldogs (9-1) host No. 13 Silver Creek (7-3) in the first ...


Chaparral’s offense too much for Fruita Monument

By Staff

Chaparral had too much offensive firepower. Saturday at Sports Authority Stadium, the Wolverines defeated Fruita Monument 48-14 in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. “They have a good offense,” Fruita Monument coach Shawn ...


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Tigers rout Northglenn, get rematch with Highlands Ranch

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School football team flexed its offense prowess. The Tigers racked up 680 yards of total offense Saturday in a 63-26 drubbing of Northglenn in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs at Stocker Stadium. “We had ...


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Forever fighting: GJ’s Jordan Jones overcomes testicular cancer

By Patrick Bahr

On Oct. 24, 2007, Jordan Jones was playing junior football with his friends. His West Raiders won the Mesa County Junior Football Association Super Bowl that night, 48-0 over the Fruita Cowboys. The 13-year-old liked to ride his dirt bike ...


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Palisade gets knocked out of Class 4A volleyball playoffs

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team fell just short. The Bulldogs lost two of their three matches at Saturday’s Region C tournament at Skyline High School and were eliminated from the Class 4A playoffs. “The level of play ...


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Rangely, Mancos advance to state volleyball tourney

By Scott Schlaufman

Last year the Rangely High School volleyball team spent the state tournament somewhere it wasn’t used to being that time of year — at home. The Panthers, who have a nucleus of nine seniors this season, had been to the state ...


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Great unknown: Hotchkiss opens Class 1A playoffs with victory over Lutheran-Parker

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HOTCHKISS — Sometimes it’s better when you don’t know what you’re up against. The Hotchkiss High School football team used that philosophy Saturday and succeeded, opening the Class 1A state playoffs with a 47-8 victory ...


Glenwood Springs comes from behind to top rival Rifle

By Patrick Bahr

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The things the Rifle High School football team couldn’t control Friday night ended up being the difference. The Bears committed back-to-back pass interference penalties that led to a 3-yard touchdown run by ...


Hotchkiss’ high-powered offense to be on display in playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

It can be hard to stay motivated when eight wins have come as easily as they have for the Hotchkiss High School football team. The Bulldogs (8-1) have averaged 50 points per game in their eight wins, allowing an average of nine points in ...


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