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Fruita’s Grider battles back to post good round at state

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s Ethan Grider began the Class 5A state golf tournament on Monday at Saddle Rock Golf Course in Aurora with a nightmare hole. Grider’s first shot went into the hazard, and after it was all said and done, he ended ...


Swinging into state golf: Grider, Stern to tackle Saddle Rock

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Ethan Grider School: Fruita Monument Grade: Senior Height: 6-foot-0 Weight: 135 Years at state tournament: 1 Monday’s pairing: 9:42 a.m. on No. 10 with Jay Byrne, Monarch and Randy Urso, Grandview Clubs: Cleveland CG Red Best ...


Illness, last-second push to finish leaves Wildcats’ Seagren drained

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His lungs burning and his legs feeling like they were coated in cement and eyes blurred from salty sweat, Fruita Monument High School cross country runner Woody Seagren made his final push for the finish line. Saturday at the Anna Banana ...


Defense lifts GJ

By Staff

LONGMONT — Suddenly, the Grand Junction High School football team is all about defense. The Tigers forced seven turnovers, recorded six sacks and held Skyline High School scoreless for the first three quarters Saturday in a 30-14 ...


Central pushes past Durango in SWL volleyball

By Staff

Many a close volleyball match has been played because neither team stood out or avoided hitting errors. Saturday’s Central-Durango high school match certainly didn’t fit that description. “That was just good volleyball ...


Mavs’ cross country team wins small-school title at CU

By Staff

Four Mesa State College women’s cross country runners placed in the top 11 to lead the 15th-ranked Mavericks to the Rocky Mountain Shootout non-Division I team title Saturday in Boulder. Mesa State scored 33 points. Metro State placed ...


Central in complete control: Warriors’ offense, defense dominate Wildcats

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Central was looking for the complete game, and found it Friday night at Stocker Stadium against Fruita Monument. The Warriors put together a tough defensive performance, and after two rough losses, the Warriors’ offense joined the ...


Sailors slip past Palisade

By Staff

The Steamboat Springs High School football team scored three touchdowns in the second half Friday night to rally past Palisade 28-21 in Steamboat. The victory gave the Sailors (5-0, 4-0 Western Slope Conference), ranked No. 1 in Class 3A by ...


Fr SB v Cortez 10-2-9

HELPERS: Bottom of order thriving for Wildcats

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The Fruita Monument High School softball team has begun a trend that is very promising. In the past two games against Grand Junction and Montezuma-Cortez, the Wildcats (14-1, 6-0 Southwestern League) are getting most of their hits and runs ...


Warriors top Cortez

By Staff

There was one thing the Central High School volleyball team was sure of Friday. The Warriors did not want to go to a fifth game with Montezuma-Cortez. That prompted Central to take care of business in the fourth game in a 25-14, 25-23,  ...


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