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‘Cats scratch past Central in tennis dual

By Staff

Fruita Monument won two singles matches and three doubles matches, all in straight sets, for a 5-2 win over the Central High School girls tennis team. The Wildcats’ Grace Gaglione claimed a 6-2, 6-0 win over Claudia Montano at No. 1 ...


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Small goes big

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Matt Scofield got the green light and went for it. The Fruita Monument High School senior put down a bunt with two out in the fourth inning Wednesday afternoon in a Southwestern League rivalry baseball game against Central at Canyon View ...


Fruita’s Sinner wins Palisade Invitational

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School’s Jessica Sinner shot an 81 Tuesday to win the Palisade Invitational at Lincoln Park. Central won the team title, however, with 262 points. Fruita Monument was second with 265. For Central, Sarah Robbins ...


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Tigers top Wildcats in lacrosse rivalry

By Nick Walter

During a team photo shoot before the season, a photographer told new Grand Junction girls lacrosse coach Camille Calladine all about the Grand Junction-Fruita Monument rivalry. “He said how the rivalry’s been in existence more ...


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Palisade tops Delta at Canyon View Park

By Nick Walter

Dirt bag baseball. Boring baseball. For Palisade, it all goes together. And Palisade played a combination of both — a good thing — in a 7-3 win Monday over Delta at Canyon View Park. In winning its 4A Western Slope League ...


GJ’s Berk headed to CSU for football

By Nick Walter

Austin Berk, a junior at Grand Junction High School, has verbally committed to play football at Colorado State University. Berk, who was named to the Class 5A All-State team last fall, had 10 1/2 sacks, 52 tackles, four pass deflections, an ...


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Erickson’s surge in 3,200 relay helps Tigers place second

By Nick Walter

A body drained from 700 meters of running already flooded Matt Erickson’s mind. In the final 100 meters of the 3,200 relay on Saturday, Grand Junction’s anchor heard a teammate shout: “He’s right behind ...


Wildcats rally from 5-0 deficit vs. Cortez

By Staff

Gage Lovern hit a triple and a home run and drove in five runs Saturday as the Fruita Monument High School baseball team rallied from a 5-0 deficit to beat Montezuma-Cortez 17-7 in five innings. Lovern’s two-run home run to left-center ...


Li, Kuosman lift Fairview to team title in invitational

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Monica Li and Katie Kuosman could be enemies, but they consider themselves friends. The Fairview High School girls tennis players have gone back and forth, knocking each other off to play No. 1 singles for the Knights. Li played No. 1 ...


Can’t get the breaks

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One ground ball headed up the middle that was cut off and one big inning Friday turned things around for the Durango High School baseball team at Gary Thomas Field at Fruita Monument. The Wildcats had Durango on the ropes with a 3-0 lead and ...


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