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Bulldogs have plenty of options on loaded roster

By Nick Walter

Who is Palisade’s 12th man? He’s the guy who, at any time, could come off the bench tonight against Aspen and help the Bulldogs extend their 12-game winning streak. He is a rough clone of the starting five — around 6 feet ...

Trio leads GJ to victory at Norse invite

By Staff

Grand Junction High School won the Northglenn Norse Invitational on Saturday and had three first-place individual finishers: Jacob Trujillo (120 pounds), Dylon Thompson (138) and Gage Casey (170). In the 120-pound championship, Trujillo, a ...


Board chairman: Warren’s rebounding helps Indians keep Warriors winless

By Nick Walter

Whether it’s due to hard work, instincts, or the fact he’s been playing basketball since third grade, Montrose’s Brad Warren often knows where the ball will land after hitting the rim. His offensive rebounds and put-backs ...

Keltz propels Montrose past Central

By Nick Walter

All it takes is one. For a shooter such as Montrose’s Kala Keltz, seeing the first 3-pointer that buckles the net is like a radar locking onto a target. The distance determined. So the touch is automatic. Keltz hit one 3 in the first ...

Palisade boys basketball team runs win streak to 11 games

By Staff

The Palisade High School boys basketball team increased its winning streak to 11 games Friday in a 54-51 win at Steamboat Springs. Kane Gunther led Palisade (11-2, 4-0 Western Slope League) with 14 points. Kyle Monger added 12 points and ...


Montrose wins three overtime matches to top Fruita

By Nick Walter

Usually, overtime coin flips are reserved for football games. But on Thursday, Fruita Monument’s Isaac Rodriguez and Montrose’s Geordon Hudson began overtime by flipping each other over and, as it turned out, Hudson landed on ...

CHSAA tweaks prep FB playoffs

By Nick Walter

Beginning in the fall, Class 5A high school football teams who crack the 32-team playoff bracket will be seeded by a committee. The CHSAA football committee decided Thursday teams will continue to qualify for state based on wild-card points, ...

Bridges, Padgett lead Wildcats

By Staff

Boys Basketball Bridges, Padgett lead Wildcats Drew Bridges scored 26 points Alex Padgett added 24 on Tuesday as Fruita Monument defeated Glenwood Springs 74-34. Fruita Monument (11-2) held Glenwood Springs (7-7) to two second-quarter ...


Tigers top Warriors in dual

By Nick Walter

Sometimes, there’s not much strategy. It’s about how fast you can stick a man to the mat. Ankle pick, near-side cradle, 35 seconds. In his final regular-season home dual, why not? Jonny Pauli, Grand Junction’s 182-pound ...


Diving right in: Fruita diver making a splash in first year on board

By Nick Walter

Tamera Newland is getting used to falling head-first. A former gymnast, the Fruita Monument High School first-year diver had to get used to hitting the water with her head pointed down. For eight years in gymnastics, she’d been ...

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