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GJ graduate Claycomb is LPGA teacher of the year

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As she taught more and more people how to play golf, Susan Claycomb-Crowley found that many of them never actually played the game. “They learn how to hit the ball and become practicers, they never take it to the golf course,” the ...

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Happy to be here: Several players choose to play for Bulldogs

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When Quinn Zamora was told his family was moving to the Grand Valley, he knew where he wanted to go to school. Zamora grew up in Gunnison and moved to Palisade with his family prior to his sophomore year of high school. “My dad heard ...

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Warriors top Tigers in a five-set thriller

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For the second time this season, the Central High School volleyball team upset rival Grand Junction in a five-set thriller, winning 20-25, 25-20, 12-25, 25-18 and 15-12 on Tuesday night. “We really kept together as a team and played ...


Fruita Monument blanks Grand Junction in soccer

By Scott Schlaufman

Fruita Monument High School goalie Scott Mende wasn’t lacking motivation in Tuesday night’s 1-0 win against Grand Junction. On senior night at Walker Field, Mende was playing not only his last home game, but his final game against ...

Tigers, Wildcats in same region for softball playoffs

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The Fruita Monument and Grand Junction high school softball teams each received a regional playoff berth, but they couldn’t escape each other. The Wildcats (16-3) received the No. 8 overall seed and host the Region 2 tournament Saturday ...

Local football teams get glimpse of playoff position with wildcard points

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Grand Junction and Fruita Monument would each make the Class 5A state football playoffs if they started this weekend. The Colorado High School Activities Association released the first wildcard points standings Tuesday that determine seeds ...


Weinberg, Tigers focused on state tennis

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Spencer Weinberg proved he could handle the challenge of being the player to beat. Now, the Grand Junction High School junior is ready to prove he can win the Class 5A No. 1 singles state title for a second consecutive ...

Bulldogs fall in 3A rankings; GJ stays No. 1 in Class 5A

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Battle Mountain stirred things up in The Denver Post Class 3A football media poll while the remaining classes saw little change. The Huskies’ stunning 49-28 victory over then-No. 2 Palisade caused a lot of movement in the Week 7 ...


Fruita overcomes fumbles to put Durango away

By Scott Schlaufman

In the third quarter of Saturday night’s 43-0 rout of Durango at Stocker Stadium, all the Fruita Monument High School football team had to do was hold on. As the temperature dropped, the Wildcats (3-3, 2-0 Southwestern Conference) ...

Tigers await playoff fate after softball victory

By Staff

Grand Junction High School’s softball team now has to wait until the Class 5A state tournament pairings are released today to see if the Tigers’ 16-2 record is good enough for an at-large bid. The Tigers wrapped up the regular ...

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