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Playoff payback: Montrose returns favor by ending Durango’s season

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MONTROSE — A year ago, Durango defeated Montrose to eliminate the Indians from playoff contention. Montrose may have returned the favor Friday night. The Indians (9-1, 3-1 Southwestern Conference) rolled to a 33-7 victory over Durango ...

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Hotchkiss’ goal is playing for 1A state title

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Ever since Hotchkiss High School moved down to Class 1A in football, the playoffs have become familiar territory. The Bulldogs are making a fourth consecutive appearance in the state football playoffs. In 2008 and 2009, they reached the ...

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Dennis gives Chatfield fits in Tigers’ playoff opening win

By Nick Walter

With cuts on his elbows and gashes in his helmet, Jerreon Dennis walked away from Grand Junction’s 51-17 win Friday over Chatfield as the man who snapped the Tigers from their slumber. When Chatfield took a 10-point lead in the first ...

Bulldogs prep for playoffs with win over Delta

By Scott Schlaufman

DELTA — The Palisade High School football team entered Friday’s 49-14 win at Delta in a unique situation. Ranked 10th in the Class 3A wildcard standings, the Bulldogs (8-2, 5-2 Western Slope Conference) were in a position where a ...

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Supporting players accept their role for Palisade VB team

By Nick Walter

Like the pilings of a mighty bridge are the role players of the Palisade High School volleyball team, supporting their 6-foot-2 hitting sensation Audrey Steinkirchner, whose kills make opponents cringe. With Steinkirchner nursing a foot ...

Central tops Hinkley to finish with a win

By Staff

Central finished a tough season on a high note. The Warriors (2-8) capped an injury-plagued season Thursday with a second victory over Hinkley (2-8). This time Central defeated the Thunderbirds 46-26 in Aurora. “Our kids played pretty ...

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Craving for order main reason for meticulousness of GJ’s Owens

By Nick Walter

Robbie Owens was born into superstition. In 1973, Owens’ mother, Pam Williams, found out if her son was born on her due date of Sept. 13, he would turn 1 year old on a Friday the 13th. “She didn’t want that,” the ...

Finishing with .500 record goal for Fruita

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Fruita Monument hoped to be preparing for a playoff game this week, but the Wildcats had to settle for a final non-qualifier game instead. The Wildcats, though, have several things to play for against Heritage at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Stocker ...

Undefeated Tigers open 5A playoffs Friday night

By Staff

Grand Junction High School opens its playoff run at 7 p.m. Friday at Stocker Stadium, the first of three games at the park this weekend. The Tigers (9-0), seeded second in the Class 5A playoffs, face Chatfield (3-6). Saturday at 1 p.m., ...

Tigers draw No. 2 seed for 5A football playoffs

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Robbie Owens knows it won’t be easy to reach the Class 5A state championship game, but being one of the top two seeds can’t hurt. Grand Junction (9-0), despite being ranked first in the Denver Post media poll most of the season, ...

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