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Norwood’s Lane adds silver to his collection with second in shot put

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Thursday’s second-place finish in the shot put was bittersweet for Stryker Lane. On the one hand, he would have liked to have defended his Class 2A state shot put title. On the other, with five gold medals and a bronze ...


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Tennis teams enjoy success at state tourney

By Patrick Bahr

It’s hard to imagine how many ground strokes and serves a high school tennis player has to execute to win a state championship. The past weekend at the Class 5A state tournament at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver, 18 players from ...


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Madison, Proietti cruise past Creek to win No. 3 doubles crown

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — Emmie Madison’s smirk said it all. The Grand Junction High School tennis player patrolled the net with a sneer that oozed confidence, as her partner, Alex Proietti, served Saturday during the No. 3 doubles championship at ...


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Chapman rising as one of state’s top jumpers

By Staff

Katie Chapman loves to argue. Always has. “I probably argued over what color (baby) bottle I had,” she said. The Delta High School senior track athlete is one of the best jumpers in the state. She seemingly came out of nowhere ...


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Grand Junction’s Ryken has stellar day

By Staff

Stephanie Ryken has more than held her own in the individual sprints for the Grand Junction High School girls track team this season. Ryken takes more pride, however, in being part of two Tiger relay teams that are all but assured of ...


Odneal peaking at perfect moment

By Staff

A long and sometimes frustrating track season for Holly Odneal appears to be heading toward a good finish. After spending the first three weeks of the season foregoing competition while resting an injured knee, it’s taken the Palisade ...


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McCain savors top competition

By Staff

Many track competitors avoid what are considered by many to be the two toughest events in a meet — the 400-meter dash and the 300-meter hurdles. Coal Ridge’s Chelyn McCain embraces them. “I guess it’s (a matter of) if ...


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Berggren wins battle with Krieg in 1,600

By Scott Schlaufman

Going into Friday’s Class 3A Region 6 track meet at Stocker Stadium, Grand Valley’s state title contender Brandi Krieg and Middle Park’s three-time state champion Samantha Berggren had heard of each other but never ...


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Jessup plays for GJ’s first singles girls state title since 1996

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — Luckily for Grand Junction High School tennis player Jenny Jessup, she’s patient. Jessup’s unruffled play allowed her to get past Ponderosa’s Brittany Ricci 6-4, 6-2 in Friday’s second day of the Class ...


Lightning blanked by ’Cats

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — For the Grand Valley girls lacrosse team, the state tournament was all about the experience. The Lightning played St. Mary’s Academy in the first round of the playoffs Friday in Englewood, and although Grand Valley lost ...


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