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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, ...

Central loses Sanchez, can’t keep up with Lakewood

By Staff

The Central High School football team hung with No. 9 Lakewood for a little while. The Tigers eventually pulled away to defeat Central 56-14 in a nonconference game Saturday afternoon at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood. It was the ...

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Anderson finishes XC season strong

By Pat Rooney

AURORA — By her own admission, it has been a rough up-and-down cross country season for Hotchkiss High School sophomore Natalie Anderson. Anderson made a splashy debut last year as a freshman, placing third at the Class 3A state meet ...

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Palisade tops Glenwood Springs for district volleyball title

By Staff

Palisade had played 14 sets of volleyball already Saturday, and was only one away from capturing the district title. The Bulldogs (19-4) had just lost a nail-biting fourth set 26-24 to Glenwood Springs and the crowd was silent. But the ...

Paonia rolls past Rangely

By Staff

PAONIA — The Paonia High School football team warmed up a chilly night Friday with a 49-15 win over Rangely. Sitting at 4-4, Paonia needed a big win and some help to make the Class 1A state playoffs. Hayden, however, beat Lake County to ...

Pirates rally to win title in WSC

By Jon Mitchell

ASPEN — So much for a slow start for Olathe High School’s football team Friday night. And so much for a slow start to the Pirates’ season. Starting the game much like it started the 2011 campaign, Olathe found a way to ...


Wildcats fall to Indians in heartbreaking fashion

By Scott Schlaufman

MONTROSE — With the clock winding down in the fourth quarter of Friday’s 27-21 win against Fruita Monument, Montrose High School wide receiver Cameron Jones knew he just needed to stay calm. With less than 10 seconds on the clock ...

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Rifle edges Palisade to earn share of WSC

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Rifle High School might be one of the smallest schools in Class 3A, but it is one of the best in football. The Bears proved it again Friday night, clinching at least a share of the Western Slope Conference championship for the first time ...

Tigers cap perfect regular season in football

By Staff

Grand Junction did its part, now it’s up to a committee. The top-ranked team in Class 5A finished the regular season with a 41-6 victory over Durango on Friday night to win the Southwestern Conference for the second year in a row and ...

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Montrose falls to Sand Creek in soccer playoffs

By William Woody

MONTROSE — For the majority of Thursday’s Class 4A first-round playoff game between the Montrose and Sand Creek boys soccer teams, the Indians controlled the ball. However, a deflection in front of the Montrose goal allowed the ...

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