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Solid season

By Matt Meyer

By the top of the third inning Thursday night, Grand Junction High School baseball fans were hearing rumors of the Fruita Monument-Montrose game. The Tigers were tied atop the Southwestern League standings with Montrose and Durango, but needed ...

5-goal outburst lifts Aspen past GJ

By Staff

Aspen broke a 6-6 tie by scoring five straight goals in the second half Wednesday for an 11-7 victory over the Grand Junction girls lacrosse team, the Tigers’ second loss of the season. The Tigers’ only other loss came to Aspen, ...


Three Fruita stars pick their colleges

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It was an easy decision for James Lewis. The Fruita Monument High School senior had always loved track and field and he’s always had an interest in engineering. Wednesday, Lewis paired the two when he signed a national letter of intent ...


Making playoff plans

By Nick Walter

Before he went to bat Tuesday night, Grand Junction High School’s Sean Rubalcaba dug his cleat in the Suplizio Field to form an ‘H.’ That was for Hutton Veatch. It was the best way Rubalcaba could honor his injured ...

Montrose rallies past Central

By Staff

The Montrose High School baseball team scored eight runs in the second inning to defeat Central, 12-11, at Montrose. Central (11-7, 4-5 Southwestern League), which scored five in the first inning, had home runs by Michael Price and Kyle ...

Tigers score early to top Warriors

By Matt Meyer

Rarely is a game decided in the first minute. However, Tuesday at Walker Field it took less than a minute for the Grand Junction High School girls soccer team to establish control. On the first counter-attack of the game, the ball squirted ...


Central’s Basinski finally healthy as regionals approach

By Nick Walter

The injury bug hasn’t kept Central High School’s Aimee Basinski down. Not even after one sprained ankle that left her temporarily on crutches. And not after another sprained ankle, only one week after recovering from the ...

Tigers, Wildcats meet Tuesday at Suplizio Field

By Nick Walter

Oh, how they missed you, Suplizio Field. Canyon View Park is a top-notch ballpark, a field that high school baseball coaches and players call “interesting” or “deep” or “a place where it’s just hard to ...

Fruita’s late goal nullified in loss

By Staff

It wasn’t Aspen’s 16-15 girls lacrosse win over Fruita Monument High School on Monday at Stocker Stadium that had Fruita coach Mark Twardowski upset. He believes Fruita was shorted a goal. With about one minute left, Twardowski ...


The right pitch

By Nick Walter

He clipped corners, sent batters kneeling backward with called-strike curveballs, varied speeds on his fastball and then, when Durango’s confusion (and strikeout count) seemed to climax, Steve Baldwin dropped over an array of ...

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