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Tigers’ Tufly staying focused on consistency

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School golfer Jordan Tufly doesn’t get too worried about slow starts. Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, the Tigers’ No. 1 golfer finished sixth in the Grand Junction Invitational with a 96. Tufly missed the ...

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Bonding with baseball: Three generations of McLennans having fun with Wildcats

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Being a coach requires a lot of time away from family, but for Ray McLennan, coaching is an opportunity to spend time with family. When the Fruita Monument High School baseball coach goes to practice or a game, he is spending time with his ...

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Rest helps Chaffin win high jump at Wild West Invite

By Patrick Bahr

All Amanda Chaffin needed was some time off. Saturday at Stocker Stadium in the Central Wild West Invitational, the Central High School senior won the girls high jump by clearing 5 feet, 2 inches. The leap was four inches better than her ...

‘Cats end tough four-day stretch with win

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School’s baseball team had plenty of energy left at the end of a long week. The Wildcats (9-3, 3-0 Southwestern League), who played their third game in four days, defeated Durango 6-3 on Saturday at Suplizio ...

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Grand Junction lacrosse team stays undefeated with win over Summit

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The wait is over. One year after the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team lost to Summit in a Mountain League game to determine the league champion, the Tigers got their chance to avenge that loss. They took advantage of the ...

Fruita Monument girls soccer team tops Central

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team defeated Central 4-0 thanks to a complete team effort. Saturday at Walker Field, four different players scored the Wildcats’ four goals. Fruita Monument (4-2-1, 3-0-1 Southwestern ...

Windsor’s late-inning rally sends Palisade baseball team to fourth consecutive loss

By Staff

The Palisade High School baseball team continues to struggle. The Bulldogs (2-5) committed six errors Friday and lost their fourth consecutive game, 6-3 to Windsor at Canyon View Park. The Wizards (3-3) scored only two runs on the six errors ...


‘Cats deal with distractions in win

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Fruita Monument’s baseball team was set up for a letdown. The Wildcats were coming off a win in their league opener, have a rematch with Durango today and were dealing with the death of a classmate’s father. A couple of players ...

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Distance running a joy for Fruita’s Brown

By Patrick Bahr

Kyler Brown is a distance runner. The Fruita Monument High School sophomore takes pride in being able to run long distances no matter the season. Brown, who finished 55th in the state cross country meet last fall, is the Wildcats 1,600- and ...

Late rally helps Fruita Monument soccer team defeat Montrose

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team showed up when it counted most. Thursday at Canyon View Park, the Wildcats scored two goals in the final two minutes to defeat Montrose 2-1. “We were happy we got the win, but we ...

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