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Palma eyes memorable senior year

By Staff

After paying their dues as young players for as many as three seasons, the seniors on this year’s Central High School boys soccer team believe it’s their turn. Over the previous three seasons, the Warriors were a combined 11-30-3 ...


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Stockert steps aside as Fruita’s head wrestling coach

By Staff

Jim Stockert swears he isn’t leaving the sport of wrestling. “I’m not going away,” he vowed Tuesday after his announcement that he was retiring as head wrestling coach at Fruita Monument High School. In an era when ...


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Tigers lose QB to injury

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The thing high school coaches want most out of scrimmages and nonconference play is to stay healthy. Grand Junction coach Robbie Owens didn’t get his wish. Sophomore quarterback Sean Rubalcaba broke his left fibula Saturday and will be ...


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David, Kathy Elliott bring new approach to Central tennis

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David and Kathy Elliott aren’t ready to start any sibling rivalries on the tennis courts just yet. The siblings, whose younger sister is Grand Junction coach Carol Elliott, made their coaching debut Saturday with Central High ...


District 51 trying to stretch money among four schools

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A key for athletics in Mesa County School District 51 this school year will be creativity. How can the four Grand Valley high schools spread the nearly $700,000 that was budgeted to be spent on athletics this year, and still not end up with a ...


Briefs: Local sports Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

Prep Sports •Palisade rolls in Aspen tourney It was a good day Saturday for the Palisade High School softball team as the Bulldogs scored a combined 32 runs in two games at the Aspen Tournament. Palisade defeated Aspen 15-0 in the ...


Palisade loses in opener on road

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Palisade High School’s football team did a lot of things right Friday night against Woodland Park. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they didn’t do things right at the most crucial parts of the game, falling 17-16. “We had ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Aug. 29, 2009

By Staff

Football Montrose roughs up defending champs • Defending Class 3A state champion Glenwood Springs High School was brought back to reality Friday night. Montrose compiled 500 yards of offense as the Indians traveled to Glenwood and ...


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Steamboat Springs’ Hinder headed to Cal

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There never was much of a question of where Steamboat Springs quarterback Austin Hinder wanted to play his college football. Hinder wanted to follow in the footsteps of his grandfather, former St. Louis Cardinals head coach Jim Hanifan, and ...


Paonia puts emphasis on passing game

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The 2008 season was a good way for Craig Cerise to begin his tenure as head football coach at Paonia High School. The Eagles went 6-4 and nearly upset Lyons in the first round of the Class 1A playoffs before losing 18-17. Paonia’s ...


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