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Tigers’ defense shows its teeth in shutout of Overland

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The Grand Junction High School football team has proven it can score, but the Tigers wanted to show they can play defense, too. One week after giving up 35 points in a season-opening win, Grand Junction’s defense pitched a shutout ...


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Running with a purpose: Lebron, Anderson win Central Invitational

By Amanda Hansen

Moffat County senior Alfredo Lebron and Hotchkiss sophomore Natalie Anderson won the individual boys and girls titles, respectively, Friday at the Central Invitational cross country meet at Long Family Memorial Park. Lebron claimed his second ...


Youngren leads Indians past Demons

By Jon Mitchell

CARBONDALE — Coming out strong against the Glenwood Springs Demons worked wonders and then some for the Montrose High School football team Friday night. Angelo Youngren found the end zone four times and finished with 236 rushing yards ...


Roundup: Fruita softball goes 3-0

By Staff

Softball Wildcats win every way imaginable Fruita Monument won one close game, one not-so-close game and a bona fide blowout Friday in the Dave Sanders Invitational. The Wildcats edged D’Evelyn 3-1, with Mallory Paulson striking out ...


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Hotchkiss rumbles past Bruins

By William Woody

CEDAREDGE — Strong running, sharp passing and relentless defense Friday night lifted Hotchkiss High School to a 26-3 victory over Cedaredge. Good defense by both teams kept the game scoreless until the Bruins (1-1) struck with a 20-yard ...


Delta cruises past Central in volleyball

By Staff

The Delta High School volleyball team relaxed Thursday night, and it resulted in a 3-0 win over Central High School, 25-20, 25-16, 25-17 on Central’s home court. “I thought we played relaxed and really well,” Delta coach ...


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Longtime Fruita coach back on sidelines for rival GJ

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Bill Moore could not sit out for long. The former Fruita Monument High School football coach is back on the sidelines this fall as a defensive backs coach at rival Grand Junction. Tigers head coach Robbie Owens met with Moore to discuss ...


Tigers climb to No. 2 in Class 5A state football poll

By Staff

Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens said last week the Tigers were embracing the preseason ranking of No. 4 in the state, but wanted to forge their own identity. So far, the Tigers’ 2011 identity is this: No. 2 in ...


Steinkirchner’s solid play lifts Bulldogs past Wildcats

By Staff

Audrey Steinkirchner’s 13 kills led Palisade to a sweep of Fruita Monument Tuesday night in a nonleague volleyball match at Fruita. The Bulldogs’ 6-foot-2 senior middle blocker also had nine digs in the 25-16, 25-19, 25-21 ...


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Sebesta in right place at right time to lift Central past Fruita

By Scott Schlaufman

Jacob Sebesta has an uncanny sense of timing on the soccer field. “Jacob has a knack for being in the right place in the right time,” Central coach Doug Beach said. “He’s not the fastest guy, he just knows where to put ...


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