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Grand Junction High School hires baseball coach

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Ever since he left the game of baseball, Donnie Alexander craved getting back in it. Alexander, 40, is the new head coach of the Grand Junction High School varsity baseball program, athletic director Ned Pollert announced ...


Wildcats win 4 out of 5 in New Mexico

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The Fruita Wildcats U18 baseball team won two games Sunday to finish 4-1 in the Piedra Vista High School Weekend baseball tournament in Farmington, N.M. The Wildcats beat El Dorado 6-5 in extra innings Sunday as Luke Goodrich singled home ...


Locals make Post’s all-state teams

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The Denver Post released its all-state baseball teams, which in Class 3A included first-teamers Danny Bartels of Rifle and Willy Corey of Olathe. Bartels was 10-2 with 100 strikeouts and 19 walks in 71 innings pitched. He posted a 1.72 ERA ...


GJ’s Marques Harris still giving back to his hometown

By Nick Walter

He was known as the NFL linebacker who would do a back flip after a sack. On Thursday, two years after retirement from football, Marques Harris was all business. Dressed in an aqua-blue golf polo, Harris took a seat and pulled out a notebook ...


Central hires Hirons to coach boys golf

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Mike Hirons loves golf, working with children and coaching. For him, coaching golf at the high school level appears to be an ideal fit, and he’ll get the opportunity at Central High School, which announced Monday it hired Hirons as its ...


Wildcats win slugfest, tourney title

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The Fruita Wildcats outslugged Cheyenne Mountain for 12-10 victory Sunday and the championship of Best of the West U18 baseball tournament. Kale Smith pitched the final four innings to earn the win, while Cody Basinger Logan McLennan and Gabe ...


Gene Taylor’s rallies past Durango in Pueblo

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Gene Taylor’s scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to rally past the Durango Thunder, 6-4, in American Legion baseball Saturday in Pueblo. Durango scored all of its runs in the third inning to take a 4-2 lead. Tristan ...


Game-ending sacrifice fly lifts Fruita past Montrose

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Logan McLennan’s walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth inning plated Dylan Row with the winning run as the Fruita Wildcats defeated Montrose 8-7 in the Best of the West U-18 baseball tournament Friday at Canyonview ...


Gene Taylor’s splits two games in Pueblo

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The Gene Taylor’s American Legion baseball team split a pair of games Thursday at Hobbs Field in Pueblo. Gene Taylor’s opened the day with a 6-5 victory over Albuquerque Baseball Academy, rallying from a 5-1 deficit after three ...


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Dreher returns to Fruita as new boys hoops coach

By Nick Walter

Billy Dreher graduated from Fruita Monument High School in 1988, then bagged bits of basketball knowledge from around the world. Now he’s coming home for show and tell. Dreher, the University of California-Berkeley’s career ...


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