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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 ...


Coal Ridge tops Grand Valley, could be in Class 2A playoffs

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — Playing with nothing to lose and everything to gain was the mindset Friday for both the Coal Ridge and Grand Valley high school football teams. The Titans turned out to be the team that gained. Linebacker Bryant Hernandez ...


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Sailing Pirates: Piatt leads Olathe past Gunnison in regular season finale

By William Woody

OLATHE —  Gunnison quarterback Nicanor Garcia can be thankful he doesn’t have to see Olathe linebacker Kyle Piatt ever again. Piatt had several sacks and ran for a pair touchdowns Friday night as the Pirates beat the Cowboys ...


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Prepping for playoffs: Palisade overcomes tough test from Delta in regular season finale

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Delta needed it, but Palisade wanted it to secure a home playoff game. The Bulldogs (9-1, 6-1) virtually wrapped up a home playoff game with a 28-14 victory over Delta in each team’s final Western Slope Conference game Friday night at ...


Warriors roll past Thornton in non-qualifier game

By Staff

Central High School football coach Vern McGee found himself in an odd situation Friday. For the first time since the Warriors moved up to Class 5A, they played in a non-qualifier game, defeating Thornton 49-8 at 5 Star ...


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Wildcats’ Bair thriving as outside linebacker heading into playoff game

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Braden Bair knew his position and role on the Fruita Monument High School football team. Although the Wildcats had a new coaching staff, he felt confident he would make any necessary adjustments. “I was pretty comfortable coming ...


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Goal-oriented Tigers ready for Northglenn

By Patrick Bahr

After back-to-back seasons that didn’t go how the Grand Junction High School football team envisioned, the Tigers tried something new this year. The Tigers made a list of all the goals they wanted to accomplish in the 2010 ...


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Power from peaches: Hardworking McLean brothers apply home work ethic to football

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Their teammates and coaches like to tease brothers Zach and Luke McLean. Even Palisade High School football coach John Arledge takes playful shots at them. Zach, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound senior linebacker, is known as “Skinny” ...


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The power of Coal: Titans making some noise in 3A soccer playoffs

By Jon Mitchell

NEW CASTLE — Coal Ridge High School’s boys soccer team is getting a lot of attention lately — in more ways than one. The Titans are 16-1 and have won twice in this year’s Class 3A state playoffs after never winning a ...


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