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Running game helps Palisade roll past Eagle Valley

By Staff

Palisade jumped in front and didn’t look back. The Palisade High School football team shut down Eagle Valley’s ground game Friday night to roll to a 47-13 Western Slope Conference victory in Gypsum. The Bulldogs (6-1, 3-1 WSC) ...

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Hard to match: Fruita Monument can’t keep up with tough Durango

By Scott Schlaufman

The Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team knew Friday’s game against Durango at Canyon View Park wouldn’t be easy. The Demons beat the Wildcats 3-1 last month and are hard to match in possession skills, which Fruita tried ...

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The Sean show: Rubalcaba’s big game helps GJ shut down Montrose

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — Grand Junction High School senior lineman Cody Cottrell remembers two seasons ago, the last time he played a football game in Montrose. The Indians dominated Grand Junction 35-0, then unveiled their 2008 Southwestern ...

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Moore’s FG lifts Central past Demons

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When Daniel Moore showed up to football practice at the start of the season, he was known as “this guy from soccer.” Moore made a name for himself Friday night, kicking a 20-yard field goal with one-tenth of a second left to lift ...

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Tigers defeat Indians

By William Woody

The Grand Junction Tigers defeated the Montrose Indians 49-7, Friday at Montrose High School.  ...

Junction has decent day at state tennis

By Staff

DENVER — It was far from terrible, yet it could have been better. That was the general attitude amongst the Grand Junction High School boys tennis team after it completed the first day of competition at the Class 5A state tournament ...

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Palisade halts skid with close victory over Battle Mountain

By Patrick Bahr

Coming off back-to-back losses, the Palisade High School volleyball team could’ve gone in the tank after losing the first game Thursday. Instead, the Bulldogs battled back and ended their losing streak with a 20-25, 26-24, 25-23, 25-23 ...

Fruita hires new coaches for lacrosse, girls soccer

By Staff

A few years ago, Eric Anderson led the Mesa State College men’s soccer team to its first winning season. Now, the former Mavericks’ star hopes to lead the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer program back to ...


Palisade one of several Western Slope teams having success with option offense

By Patrick Bahr

The option offense was once one of the most commonly used schemes in football. Today, the three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust approach seems to be antiquated with the popularity of the spread offense. But on the Western Slope, there are a ...

Young players leading Rifle in return to prominence

By Staff

RIFLE — Having a young roster doesn’t bother the Rifle High School football team one bit. Six seniors make up this year’s roster — one of them, Hector Ruiz, is a soccer player who comes out to kick for the team. Eight ...

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