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Prep track and field results, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Mickey Dunn Invitational Saturday at Stocker Stadium BOYS Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 125; 2. Durango, 75; 3. Rifle, 70; 4. Grand Junction, 63; 5. Central, 54; 5. Moffat County 54; 7. Delta, 44; 8. Glenwood Springs, 43; 9. Palisade, ...


Prep tennis results, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Fruita Monument 4, Vail Mountain 2 Saturday at Fruita Monument Singles No. 1 — Shannon McNamara, VM def. Janine Kirtland, FM, 6-1, 6-4; No. 2 — Annika Trapness, VM def. Channing Hayward, FM, 6-2,6-0; No. 3 — Taryn Moon, FM ...


Prep soccer scores, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Durango 2, Grand Junction 1 Saturday at Long Family Park Halftime score: GJ 1-0. Goals (assists): GJ — Kirsten Ryan. Goalies (saves): GJ — Shari Yurick, 6. Shots: GJ 24. Montezuma-Cortez 1, Fruita Monument 0 Saturday at ...


Prep baseball scores, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Palisade 6, Palmer Ridge 3 Saturday at Suplizio Field Palmer Ridge 002 010 0 — 3 5 1 Palisade 310 011 X — 6 9 2 Schnieder, Barkell (2), Woodward (7) and Dyer; Jordan Salazar, Cody Krabbe (7) and Pete Lelich. WP —Salazar, ...


Prep lacrosse scores, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Boys Fruita Monument 12, Durango 2 Saturday at Canyon View Park Halftime score:  FM 6-1. Goals: FM — Jeff Cunningham 5, Ethan Grider 2, Wyatt Allen 2, Trevor Allen, AJ Meil, John Heil. Goalies (saves): FM — Kyler Hanson, ...


Prep swimming results, March 27, 2010

By Staff

Durango Quadrangular Saturday at Durango EVENT RESULTS 200 medley relay: 1. Durango (Teale Kitson, Taylor Sallee, Carl Sallee, Kalen Dear) 1:49.90; 2. District 51 (Tyler Fair, Taylor Fisher, Ian Smith, Brett Scott) 1:53.46; 3. District 51 B ...


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One individual champ enough for ‘Cats to win Mickey Dunn

By Allen Gemaehlich

Once Josh Flint handed the baton to Jonathon Wright, he figured Grand Junction High School had won the 400-meter relay. It turned out to be a photo finish. Wright held on to beat Fruita Monument’s Martin Zupan to the finish line for ...


Tigers scrape runs across in one-run win

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School baseball team can manufacture a run if needed. Saturday at Suplizio Field, the Tigers scored one run in each of the final three innings to defeat Palmer Ridge 6-5. “We scraped a run across those last ...


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Dogs in the dirt: Palisade not afraid of physical play in win over Palmer Ridge

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Palisade High School baseball coach Steve Moore is a fan of tough baseball players. He likes guys who aren’t afraid to get a little dirty, sacrifice their bodies and love being the one making the play. Saturday at Suplizio Field, Moore ...


Weather, Demons too much for ‘Cats on soccer field

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School soccer team found itself battling two opponents Friday night at Walker Field. The Wildcats were not only taking on the visiting Durango team, but also fighting a steady mix of rain and snow. In the end, Fruita ...


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