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Baldwin’s arm on display Tuesday

By Nick Walter

His fastball is one of a kind. More accurately, Steve Baldwin’s heater is one of about 2,800. In January, at a pro/college baseball showcase in Denver that attracted about 200 players, Bob Nash, a Grand Junction resident and scout ...

Central gets revenge vs.Palmer Ridge

By Matt Meyer

Flash back to last spring. The Central Warriors suffered their only run rule loss to Palmer Ridge High School, 12-1. Robert Chandler, then a junior, hadn’t even thrown a varsity pitch. Saturday, behind a complete game three-hitter by ...


Florida State-bound Williams wins 100 dash

By Nick Walter

Sierra Williams was back in the mountains Saturday, in the dry heat she loves, racing all teenagers once again. Two weekends ago, the Cedaredge High School senior was at the Florida State University Relays in Tallahassee, Fla. Running ...

Fruita tops Durango in lacrosse

By Staff

Lindsey Burneheide scored seven goals as the Fruita Monument High School lacrosse team defeated Durango, 9-5, on Saturday. Host Fruita (3-4) had 22 shots on goal and outscored Durango 4-1 in the second half. Kiani Vogt and Lauren Sullivan ...


Love for lacrosse

By Nick Walter

Kris States was supposed to be a baseball player, just like his grandfather, Ronald States, who played in the St. Louis Cardinals organization in the 1950s. Then came a Colorado Mammoth game at Pepsi Center. Kris States was 6. “Dad, ...

Junction’s Derrieux scores 11 points in The Show

By Staff

Jamie Derrieux of Grand Junction hit a pair of 3-pointers and scored 11 points to help the Blue Team defeat the White Team 69-48 in The Show at the Pepsi Center. Derrieux, who will sign next week to play at Northern Colorado, was one of three ...


Werman’s goal lifts ‘Cats past Central

By Nick Walter

Katie Werman called it the perfect gate. That would be Werman’s open view of the net, a quickly-closing channel between a Central High School defender to Werman’s left, and the goalpost on the right. Second overtime. Three minutes ...


Tough luck at home for Wildcats

By Matt Meyer

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team has been on the wrong end of some big runs lately. After starting the season 4-0, the Wildcats have dropped three straight, the past two loses stemming from second-half scoring runs. ...

GJ’s defense shuts down Central on soccer field

By Matt Meyer

Zero is an absolute number. It leave leaves no room for debate, and to the Grand Junction girls soccer team, zero goals means they’re playing dominant defense. The Tigers took their dominant defense a step further Tuesday, when they ...


Rally ‘Cats

By Nick Walter

The clean-up hitter came to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday, and so, naturally, someone needed to keep things in perspective. In the dugout at Canyon View Park, the man in “the hole,” ...

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