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Wild pitch lifts Palisade past Windsor

By Nick Walter

Josh Hovis knew he was moving on a passed ball. Leading off from third base in the bottom of the seventh inning Saturday, the Palisade High School designated hitter thought to himself, “If it’s 10 feet or more away from the ...


Sailors too much for Wildcats

By Matt Meyer

For coach Mark Young, it’s been a short three years since Fruita Monument High School started a boys lacrosse team. The buzz surrounding lacrosse on the Western Slope is enormous. Teams like Steamboat Springs and Aspen have battled ...


Cedaredge’s Williams sets meet records in sprints at own invitational

By Staff

Cedaredge sprinter Sierra Williams broke Cedaredge Invitational track and field meet records in the 100- and 200-meter dash on Saturday. Williams ran a 12.54-second 100 dash and 25.19-second 200 dash. The Cedaredge girls took second, ...


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Ready, set, win

By Matt Meyer

Nothing about the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team is slow. Coach Eric Anderson built a team around athleticism, passing and quick counter attacks. But Friday against Durango, set pieces ­— one corner kick and one free ...


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Tiger tales

By Nick Walter

In Lane 2 came Grand Junction High School’s Rachel Gibson, skipping over hurdles and rounding the final turn Friday afternoon, closing the distance from the girl in Lane 7. “Every day we push each other,” Gibson said of the ...


Former ‘Dogs pitcher signs with Blinn

By Staff

Former Palisade High School student-athlete Tyler Day has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Blinn (Texas) College in Brenham, Texas. The senior is a pitcher for Claudia Taylor Johnson High School in San Antonio. The Jaguars (15-3) ...


Palisade’s Gunther resigns as coach

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Palisade High School girls basketball coach Toni Gunther always told her team family comes first. On Friday, Gunther resigned for family reasons. More specifically, to watch her son, Kane Gunther, play college basketball next year. “It ...


Central’s Sanchez signs with Colorado Mesa

By Nick Walter

Taylor Sanchez, a quarterback this past fall at Central High School, signed a national letter of intent on Tuesday to play football at Colorado Mesa University. Sanchez rushed for 1,006 yards and passed for 1,005 as a senior with the ...


Fruita falls to Battle Mountain

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team was outscored 9-3 in the second half of a 13-8 loss at Battle Mountain on Thursday. The Wildcats had an 8-6 lead in the second half, before the Huskies scored seven unanswered goals. A pair ...


‘Cats scratch past Central in tennis dual

By Staff

Fruita Monument won two singles matches and three doubles matches, all in straight sets, for a 5-2 win over the Central High School girls tennis team. The Wildcats’ Grace Gaglione claimed a 6-2, 6-0 win over Claudia Montano at No. 1 ...


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