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It’s win or go home: Fruita, Central, Palisade aim for four wins at state

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It’s been a long season since the first practice Aug. 17, and to complete the goal set at the beginning of the season will take only four more wins. Beginning today at the Aurora Sports Park, 16 teams in Class 5A, Class 4A, and Class ...

Seagren lifts Fruita Monument back to state with solid performance

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The Fruita Monument High School cross country team is headed back to state after taking third in the Class 5A Region 3 meet at the Adams County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Woody Seagren placed eighth overall for the boys with a time of 16 ...


Tip drill: Palisade volleyball team uses strong net play to reverse prior defeat to Steamboat Spring

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The Palisade High School volleyball team learned a thing or two in its three-game loss at Steamboat Springs three weeks ago. The Sailors have a couple of solid front-row blockers. To counter that, the Bulldogs went to a different maneuver on ...

Pawn to King 4: Game planning much like a chess match

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Football coaches and players are always attempting to outsmart each other move for move, much like a game of chess. To prevent successful moves on the field, teams spend the week before the game diagraming and planning how to defeat the ...

Poise under pressure: Seniors lead Central volleyball team past ‘Cats

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Having six seniors on its team has paid big dividends for the Central High School volleyball team this season. That veteran leadership showed Tuesday as the Warriors outlasted Fruita Monument 25-27, 25-17, 26-24, 25-20 at ...


Underrated? At 15-1, Warriors flying under radar

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Central High School’s volleyball team is doing a good job of flying under the radar. The Warriors are 15-1 overall and 7-0 in the Southwestern Conference, but in last week’s MaxPreps.com volleyball poll, Central found itself ...

Fruita advances to Sweet 16 with win over rival Grand Junction

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Mallory Paulson spent most of Fruita Monument’s softball season watching from the bench. The talented freshman pitcher dislocated her left patella (knee cap) in first month of the season and was unable to play. But Saturday at the ...

Knowing their competition: Warriors have defeated six teams in Sweet 16

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The Central High School softball team has done its homework. Of the 16 remaining teams in the Class 5A state softball tournament, the Warriors have faced and defeated six of those teams this season. When the brackets for the Sweet 16 were ...

Next stop, state: Central wins regional title

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Force a dog into a corner and it will fight its way out. Apparently the same can be said for the Central High School softball team. Saturday at the Region 8 tournament at Canyon View Park, the Warriors found themselves six outs from losing ...

GJ’s Reicks, Morgan finish fourth at state tennis tourney

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DENVER — It has been such a long ride for Charlie Reicks and Sam Morgan, they weren’t quite ready to let it go. Reicks and Morgan, the senior leaders of the Grand Junction High School boys tennis team, had just watched their ...

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