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Hegstrom relaxes, helps GJ top Fruita

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Tate Hegstrom was beginning to lose his focus and get frustrated when he remembered a line from a movie that helped him out. The Grand Junction High School junior was playing his first varsity singles match Thursday in the Tigers’ ...


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Paulson takes on bigger role for Fruita

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Mallory Paulson is no longer one of the younger girls on the softball team. The Fruita Monument High School junior is now an upperclassmen, and she’s excited about the added responsibility. “It’s a different experience ...


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GJ’s Weinberg set to defend No. 1 singles state crown

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Spencer Weinberg knows everyone will be coming after him this season. He’s ready. The Grand Junction High School junior, the defending Colorado High School Class 5A boys tennis No. 1 singles state champion, says he’s hungry for ...


Mulvey’s mistake puts Wildcats on restriction

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As a first-year head coach, Sean Mulvey read and re-read the bulletin sent out to schools by the Colorado High School Activities Association that includes various rules and participation dates. The Fruita Monument High School football coach, ...


Aspen wins Rifle Invitational

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Aspen High School won another golf tournament Monday, this time at Rifle Creek, shooting a team score of 219, well ahead of Montrose and Rifle, which tied for second at 232. The Skiers’ Clayton Crawford won medalist honors with a 68. ...


Aspen’s Beetham wins Indian Invite

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Aspen’s Jesse Beetham shot even-par 71 on Thursday to win the Indian Invitational golf tournament at The Bridges Golf Club in Montrose. The Skiers won the team title again, their fourth of the season so far, shooting a team score of ...


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Local golfers fire low scores at Black Canyon in Indian Invitational

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Prep golfers continued to shoot low scores Wednesday in the early days of the season. Jakob Rudosky of Montezuma-Cortez fired a 3-under-par 67 to win the Indian Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Club. Two players came in at even-par 70, ...


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Tigers’ Harrison keeps cool in Grand Junction Invitational

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Garrett Harrison had a rough start, but instead of getting upset, he kept his cool and finished strong. The Grand Junction High School senior overcame a four-over-par on the first three holes and finished four strokes behind the winner with a ...


Grand Junction ranked No. 5 in the Denver Post preseason football poll

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Grand Junction High School caught the attention of the state last season with its run to the Class 5A football state quarterfinals. The Tigers, with 14 returning starters, are ranked fifth in the Denver Post preseason media poll, released ...


Prep sports off and running as practices begin across Grand Valley

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Those feelings of excitement and anticipation never go away for Beth Nelson. The Central High School volleyball coach, in her sixth year as head coach and 11th year with the program, still greets each season with enthusiasm. “I just ...


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