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Central boys, girls sweep Eagle Valley

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team finished what it started. Tuesday at Central, the Warriors held off a late charge from Eagle Valley for a 49-38 win. “It was a much-needed win,” Central coach Phil Cain said. ...


Prep Notebook: Krieg gets some sun on recent college visit

By Staff

Grand Valley cross country runner Brandi Krieg had three top-10 finishes at the Class 3A state cross country meet. Krieg’s efforts have been noticed — she’s entertaining multiple options for the next level. Grand Valley ...


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Building character: Central Warriors taking lumps, but not afraid of trying hard

By Patrick Bahr

Brittany Hoppe was part of the success the Central High School girls basketball team enjoyed the past two seasons. Now she’s one of only two players back from a group that went 40-12 and made runs to the Class 5A Elite Eight in 2009 and ...


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Focused on Arizona: Central GJ baseball teams raising funds for spring break trip

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For a baseball player, there’s no better place to be for spring break than Arizona. This spring, the Central and Grand Junction High School baseball teams will get that opportunity, thanks to fundraising efforts. “I was excited ...


Fruita swim team builds confidence with win in Pueblo

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School swim team competed in its third meet in four days and defeated Pueblo County 96-80 in a dual meet. “What I love about going to Pueblo is our confidence is right where we need it to be heading into Western ...


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Putting it all together: Palisade girls play complete game in win over Devils

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade High School girls basketball team completed a goal it’s been working on all season. Saturday against Eagle Valley, the Bulldogs played four complete quarters in a 49-36 victory. “In the past we’ve had games ...


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Shutdown defense: Palisade boys don’t let Eagle Valley get open looks in win

By Patrick Bahr

Most teams would like allowing an opponent to score 28 points in a half. For the Palisade High School boys basketball team, that’s wasn’t good enough. Saturday at Palisade, the Bulldogs frustrated Eagle Valley’s offense in ...


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Fast-break ‘Cats: 30-2 run in second quarter helps Fruita girls rout Central

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team turned its defense into offense. Friday night at Central, the Wildcats used a full-court defensive press to push a 10-6 first quarter lead into a 40-8 halftime advantage. Ahead ...


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Good second effort: Fruita’s solid 2nd half lifts Wildcats past Warriors

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team has made a habit of putting teams away quickly during its nine-game winning streak. Friday night at Central, that wasn’t the case. The Warriors (1-15, 0-5 Southwestern League) stayed ...


Church’s solid game lifts Bears past Bruins

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Von Church scored a game-high 19 points and Rian Creech added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Rifle High School boys basketball team, which won its third consecutive Class 3A Western Slope League game with a convincing 75-49 ...


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