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Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 11, 2009

By Staff

VOLLEYBALL The Central High School volleyball team remained undefeated Thursday, winning at Eagle Valley 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-23. After getting off to a tough start, the Warriors showed their mettle in winning a couple of tight games to ...


Tigers claw back after slow start vs. Moffat

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School volleyball team learned a valuable lesson last week in its home opener against Eagle Valley. A slow start means an uphill battle all night. The Tigers alleviated that problem Thursday, defeating another Class ...


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Palisade opens season with quick WSL win

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team didn’t need a nonleague match to begin the season. While other squads were starting their seasons last weekend with tournaments and nonleague games, the Bulldogs were tuning up for ...


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Veteran Eagle Valley soccer team cruises past Palisade

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It wasn’t pretty for Palisade. Tuesday night at Walker Field, the Bulldogs soccer team was blanked 10-0 by Eagle Valley. In the Western Slope League opener for both teams, Eagle Valley controlled the game. The Devils took 32 shots on ...


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Fruita’s Paulson fans twelve, homers in win

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Mallory Paulson showed why she is one of the up-and-coming softball players in the Grand Valley. The Fruita Monument freshman struck out 12 batters and hit a home run Saturday in Fruita’s 9-0 win over Thomas Jefferson at the Peach Fuzz ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 06, 2009

By Staff

CROSS CPOUNTRY • Wildcats run to top-10 finish at Poudre If the Poudre Pre-State Invitational can give Fruita Monument High School’s cross country team any hint of how the state tournament might turn out, it has reason for ...


Injuries haunting Tigers in football

By Staff

By DENNIS PLEUSS Special to The Daily Sentinel ARVADA — Being a quarterback for Grand Junction appears to be a hazardous job. With sophomore starter Sean Rubalcaba breaking his left leg last week in a scrimmage, Tigers’ coach ...


Central falls to Raptors

By Scott Schlaufman

When Central High School’s soccer team took the field against Eaglecrest on Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park, the Warriors were determined to improve after their season opening loss to Glenwood Springs. Although the Warriors ...


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Wildcats benefit from running as a pack in varsity cross country

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For the Fruita Monument High School boys cross country team, making it into the seven varsity spots is not an easy task. The Wildcats have six seniors and one sophomore filling the varsity roster spots, and on any given outing, any of the ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 05, 2009

By Staff

Cross Country • Wildcats eighth at Arapahoe Fruita Monument finished the first of two days of races in Littleton, with the boys taking eighth and the girls taking 13th at the Arapahoe Invitational. Central’s boys finished ...


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