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Duo’s solid beginning: Tigers’ new No. 1 doubles combo clicks in victory

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Changing tennis doubles partners can be tough. It can be even harder when you barely know the guy, but it hasn’t been for Gabe Campos. The Grand Junction High School junior is playing with a new doubles partner he met just a few weeks ...


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Circle of change: With pitching rubber moved back, coaches expect an increase in offense

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Mikayla Duffy can’t rely on zipping a fastball by hitters anymore. The Central High School senior pitcher will need to mix it up more this softball season, with the pitching rubber moving back three feet to 43 feet from home ...


Fante places second at Battle Mountain Invitational

By Staff

All in all, Garrett Fante had a pretty good round of golf. The Grand Junction High School junior had a good enough round Tuesday to place second in the Battle Mountain Invitational at Vail Golf Club. Fante shot a two-over-par 74 on the ...


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Blue skies ahead: Growing Palisade program hoping to make some noise on golf course

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School hasn’t exactly been known for its boys golf program. When coach Jan Norell took over the program six years ago, she started with six players. Times have changed. This season, Palisade had 30 players try out for ...


Farm Report: Local high school grads’ pro baseball progress reports

By Staff

Four Western Slope high school graduates are currently playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here’s a progress report: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa (Okla.) Drillers: The Central High School graduate is hitting only .179 with two ...


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Follow the leader: Hegtrom’s team-first attitude earns coach’s praise

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Parker Hegstrom knows about leadership. He recently applied to be an Eagle Scout and is a mentor in the Grand Junction High School Links Program. He is getting a chance to show his leadership skills as the only senior for the Tigers’ ...


Grand Junction hoping restriction for football is lifted soon

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Grand Junction High School’s varsity football program will remain on restriction for now, which could affect the Tigers’ playoff chances. A recommendation was made to remove the program from restriction last weekend during the ...


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Fante-tastic: GJ junior wins Warrior Invite with best round of career

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Garrett Fante never imagined he would play a round of golf like he did Tuesday. One day after the Tiger Invitational was canceled because of weather, the Grand Junction High School junior began the 2010 season in spectacular fashion. Fante ...


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Down on the Farm: Local grads’ pro baseball progress reports

By Staff

Four Western Slope high school graduates are currently playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here is a look at how they are doing: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa (Okla.) Drillers: The Central High School graduate is hitting .237 with ...


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What a washout: Rainstorms shut down Tiger Invitational, other prep sports

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The boys golf season got off to a rough start Monday. Despite efforts to squeeze it in between rainstorms, the Tiger Invitational was washed out at Bookcliff Country Club. “It’s disappointing for our kids,” Grand Junction ...


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