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Warriors top Indians in 10 innings

By Matt Meyer

Frank DiThomas had barely rounded first base Friday evening when he saw the game-winning run disappear into the crowd of his teammates surrounding home plate. DiThomas drove in the winning run with a base hit to left-center in the bottom of ...


Reserves lead Wildcats past Cortez

By Staff

Missing two starters, Fruita Monument’s girls soccer team got two goals from Jennis Hart and one from Katie Benton in a 3-2 win Friday at Cortez. Fruita (9-3, 3-2 Southwestern League) took 15 shots on goal. Grand Junction 3, Durango 0: ...


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Growth evident for Central despite loss to Montrose

By Matt Meyer

The entire season has been an exercise in patience for the Central High School girls soccer team. After struggling last season, Central has gone from lopsided losses to playing great defensive soccer this spring. To coach Jacob Pingel, the ...


Fruita’s Sinner finishes fourth on regional golf course

By Staff

Jessica Sinner of Fruita Monument High School fired a 77 on Wednesday to place fourth in the Mountain Range Invitational girls golf tournament at Riverdale Knolls in Brighton. The Wildcats, Central and Grand Junction all played in the ...


Haynes’ complete game helps Montrose top GJ

By Nick Walter

The pitcher’s smile, wide and jaw-sagged, was frozen for a few seconds. He continued to stare toward home plate at Canyon View Park on Tuesday, surprised his curveball was called a ball. A strike would have ended the game. Skylar ...


Dohm lifts GJ past Fruita

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction versus Fruita has quickly become one of the biggest rivalries in the Mountain Lacrosse League. For the fourth year in a row, the teams split their regular-season series, after Grand Junction won 6-5 on Tuesday on a last-minute ...


Pfaff, Higman combine on no-no for ‘Dogs

By Staff

Kameron Pfaff and Cody Higman combined for a five-inning no-hitter Tuesday in Palisade’s 13-0 win over Glenwood Springs in the first game of a Western Slope League doubleheader. Higman entered for Pfaff in the fifth ...


Atkins has high hopes for Wildcats

By Nick Walter

He’s guided one Western Slope high school basketball team to a state championship. And Richard Atkins wants to do it again. The 69-year-old, who coached the Meeker High School girls to a 1995 state championship, accepted the girls ...


Central baseball team starts fast, but has to hold on late to top Durango on the road

By Staff

The Central High baseball team put up four runs in the first inning and held on for a 11-8 win at Durango. Central (9-5, 3-3 Southwestern League) won despite allowing a home run to Durango’s Easton Garcia. Durango (9-5, 4-2) tied the ...


Team effort lifts Fruita past Durango

By Matt Meyer

There are times when Aiden Woomer makes spectacular plays look effortless. He leads the Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team with 18 goals, and against Durango on Saturday, he added three to his total as the Wildcats downed Durango ...


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