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Indians’ Brennecke wins Delta title

By Staff

Cole Brennecke fired a 6-under-par 66 to claim the medalist honor and lead the Montrose High School boys golf team to victory Wednesday in the Delta Invitational at Devil’s Thumb Golf Club. Montrose also got a pair of 74s from Jacob ...


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Like father, like son

By Nick Walter

Drew Casebier has been running the pro style/split-back veer offense since fifth grade. Todd Casebier has been coaching Drew in that offense the whole time. Of all the strengths Montrose High School has, bet on head coach-quarterback ...


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Graduation, injuries force Central to adjust

By Nick Walter

It has not been a boring series of preseason practices for Central High School. Many positions had to be decided in the past week because of numerous graduated players, including quarterback Taylor Sanchez. “We don’t have a ...


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No looking back allowed

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Rifle High School’s football team is doing its best to put its 2011 campaign in its rear-view mirror. The Bears, however, are well aware the rest of the 3A Western Slope Conference hasn’t forgotten what they ...


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Running back Grasso leads the speedy Wildcats

By Nick Walter

In one year, Fruita Monument High School has the swagger back. Coach Sean Mulvey returns for his second year as head coach. There’s stability. Almost the entire team reportedly showed up for summer weight-lifting ...


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Line ‘em up

By Nick Walter

They don’t always attract interviews, crack highlight reels or become the talk of a football town. Yet coaches say success starts in the trenches. Does it? Grand Junction High School should provide a pretty good answer this season. ...


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As always, Bulldogs in shape to contend

By Nick Walter

The boys in T-shirts, shorts and helmets jog onto their practice field, and at the end of the snaking line, a few who don’t look like typical Palisade players stride to a stop. They’re Braxton Stewart, Forrest Trujillo and Michael ...


Third straight SWC title on the line for Tigers

By Nick Walter

There is consensus as to the Southwestern Conference favorite: Grand Junction. The Tigers, a two-time defending SWC champion, has a decided size advantage on its line, and despite losing two of their top playmakers — quarterback Sean ...


Experience could return Grand Valley to playoff contention

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — All of the experience the Grand Valley High School football team was lacking going into the 2011 season is a thing of the past going into its 2012 campaign. That, at least, is the way Mike Johnson feels. “We should be ...


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Tall tales: Panthers ‘enormously tall’

By Nick Walter

When Delta takes the football field for its season opener at Gunnison on Aug. 31, there will likely be some people in the crowd who mention boys basketball. They’re that tall. “Oh my gosh, our team is enormously tall,” ...


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