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The best of the West: Greeley West’s Sperry edges Montrose’s Vickers in Western Slope Invitiational

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They met before on the tennis court and could possibly meet again. Three years after Montrose High School’s Jessica Vickers and Greeley West’s Mattison Sperry played each other in a junior tennis tournament, the two met Saturday ...

Prep tennis results, March 19, 2010

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Western Slope Invitational Friday at Canyon View Park TEAM SCORES 1. Fairview 204; 2. Greeley West 191; 3. Ralston Valley 165; 4. Steamboat Springs 137; 5. Heritage 131; 6. (tie) Fruita Monument, Grand Junction 110; 8. Denver East 97; 9. ...

Prep baseball scores, March 19, 2010

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Fruita Monument 6, Piedra Vista 1 Friday at Farmington Tournament Fruita Monument 010 040 1 — 6 9 0 Piedra Vista 100 000 0 — 1 3 3 Cody Rahmann, TJ Pollock (7) and Aaron Barger; Segari, Smith (5) and Cooper. WP — Rahmann, ...

Prep soccer scores, March 19, 2010

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Durango 1, Central 0 Friday at Walker Field Halftime score: Durango 1, Central 0 . Goals (assists): Meghan O’Brien, 38th minute. Goalies (saves): D — Abby Surmeier (3), Jessica Thulson (12); C — Tayler Else (12). Shots: ...

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Starting over: GJ’s Madison welcomes tougher competition in move to No. 1 doubles

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In Class 5A, there are only 11 Colorado high school girls tennis players who finish the season by achieving the ultimate goal — winning a state championship. Those 11 players relish the fact they’re the best at their position, but ...

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Tayler’s tough break: Warriors’ goalie solid in 1-0 loss

By Scott Schlaufman

As a first-year soccer player, Central goalie Tayler Else found herself in one of the sport’s toughest situations. Late in the second half of the Warriors’ 1-0 loss to Durango on Friday night at Walker Field, Else had two ...


No Flukey: GJ forward scores six goals in victory

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction girls lacrosse team is still getting certain things together. Heading into their first game, the team had only had its jerseys for a few days, and coach Kathaleen Recker was still adjusting to a game she played in ...

Fullmer pitches ‘Cats to victory on diamond

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Shai Fullmer only struck out one batter Thursday, but he was in total control for the Fruita Monument High School baseball team in a 14-4 win over Hillcrest (Utah) in the first round of the Farmington Tournament. Fullmer threw five solid ...

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Court changes: New faces in new places the norm for valley tennis teams

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One word describes the girls tennis teams in the Grand Valley: Inexperienced. Players are sliding from doubles to singles, moving up from junior varsity to varsity, and all looking to gain experience to be on the right track to the state ...

Prep lacrosse score, March 18, 2010

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Grand Junction 13, Eagle Valley 10 Thursday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: GJ 6-4. Goals (assists): EV-  Kayla Gagon 3, Jessica Trujillo 2, Amanda Morgan 2, Margie Shelby, Kelsi Schwan, Ashley Winsor; GJ- Amy Flukey 6, Santana ...

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