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Maintaining momentum: Palisade builds on win over Sailors by topping Moffat County

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Saturday’s game could have been a letdown for the Palisade High School boys basketball team. The Bulldogs, though, didn’t let it happen. Less than 24 hours after they upended Steamboat Springs for the first time in four years, ...

Bridges’ big game leads Fruita Monument past Montezuma-Cortez

By Staff

Fruita Monument jumped to an early lead Saturday and cruised to a 66-30 victory over Montezuma-Cortez at Fruita Monument High School. Drew Bridges led the Wildcats (9-6, 3-0 SWL) with 18 points. James Lewis had 12 and Spencer Fair added 10 ...

Delta wrestling team wins Rumble in the Rockies Dual Tournament

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — The overall progression of the Delta High School wrestling team showed on Saturday. With five Delta wrestlers finishing unbeaten, and five dual victories, capped by a 52-28 victory against Rifle, the Panthers won their first ...

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Rifle Bears coping without No. 5 Austin Booth

By Patrick Bahr

OLATHE - If Austin Booth only knew how much he is still doing for his team. Booth, a junior on the Rifle High School boys basketball team, passed away Monday from a serious case of influenza. His death shook the entire Rifle community, ...

Bears edge Pirates in battle of Western Slope League powers

By Patrick Bahr

OLATHE - Saturday’s game between the Rifle and Olathe High School girls basketball teams was a marquee matchup in the Class 3A Western Slope League. The Pirates are defending WSL champions, and are coming off a trip to last ...

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Home sweet once again for Palisade boys

By Staff

The Palisade High School boys basketball team always plays well at home. Friday night hosting Steamboat Springs, the Bulldogs proved that again by pulling off a 47-44 win. The Bulldogs led at halftime 23-14, but the Sailors made their ...

Romine sisters sign to play softball at Otero JC

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Danielle and Jessica Romine have played softball together since they first picked up a glove. The Central High School twin sisters will continue to be teammates after signing letters of intent Friday with Otero Junior College. The Rattlers ...

‘Cats come back to top Durango

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The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team may need to change its nickname to the Rally Cats. For the third consecutive game, the Wildcats fell behind early before rallying in the second half to defeat Durango 54-48 in a ...


Different approach: Switching defenses helps GJ girls top Cortez

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team didn’t want history to repeat itself. The Tigers suffered a 66-59 home loss to Montezuma-Cortez late last season because of the sharp shooting of the Panthers’ Kelia and Keely ...

New enrollment numbers could affect Palisade, Central FB teams

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Several schools will be moving up or down a classification in two years. The Colorado High School Activities Association Board of Control passed a vote Thursday in Aurora on enrollment numbers for the 2012-14 cycle. School District 51 ...

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