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Fruita’s Johnson signs with Mavericks

By Patrick Bahr

Taylor Johnson made it official. Tuesday at Fruita Monument High School, Johnson signed her national letter of intent to play basketball at Mesa State College. Johnson had been verbally committed to Mesa State since February. “It ...

Trio of HRs in sixth lifts ‘Cats to win

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Evan McDermott’s first varsity home run couldn’t have come at a bigger moment. The Fruita Monument High School junior hit a three-run blast in the bottom of the sixth inning Thursday night to rally the Wildcats to a 7-4 victory ...


Making it official: Passionate District 51 athletes sign letters of intent

By Staff

Some of them are fairly new to their sport and didn’t discover their ability until they reached the high school level. Others have been playing since they were little kids. The seven District 51 high school athletes who signed college ...

Prep notebook: Fast times at recent meet show Griffins’ improvement

By Staff

The District 51 swim team had a breakthrough at last Saturday’s Montrose Invitational. The meet, which was at El Pomar Natatorium at Mesa State, saw the Griffins notch five individual state qualifying swims and state cuts by the ...

Clark’s goal in double OT lifts Palisade past Moffat County

By Staff

Sophomore Courtney Clark score a last-second goal Tuesday night to lead Palisade past Moffat County 2-1 in double overtime. Clark’s goal came only two minutes before the final whistle at Walker Field. “The girls fought through ...

Central’s Moore signs to play football and soccer at Concordia

By Patrick Bahr

The options are open for Central High School’s Daniel Moore. Tuesday, Moore signed his national letter of intent to play both football and soccer at Concordia University in Seward, Neb. “I started thinking about what I wanted for ...

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Fruita’s pitching troubles help Tigers win ugly game

By Patrick Bahr

The record will show that the Grand Junction High School baseball team defeated Fruita Monument 17-11 on Tuesday at Suplizio Field. What won’t be seen is the more than three-hour game had 21 combined walks by eight different ...

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Davis, Bulldogs focused on balance

By Patrick Bahr

Flannery Davis doesn’t go unnoticed any more. The Palisade High School junior scored 37 goals in her first two seasons of high school soccer, and helped lead the Bulldogs to the Class 4A postseason in back-to-back seasons after a ...

Bats power Warriors to easy win in Cortez; GJ falls late to Durango

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team found its offense. One day after the Warriors were limited to three runs on three hits against Durango, Central rolled to a 27-17 victory Saturday over Montezuma-Cortez in Cortez. Durango 5, Grand ...


Head game: Recognizing signs of concussions important on local, national level

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Tyler Kenagy has hit his head on the basketball court a couple of times the past two years. The Fruita Monument High School senior, however, has no memory of those incidents. “I remember opening up my eyes and seeing Coach (Dave) Fox, ...

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