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Montrose senior Vickers signs letter of intent to play at Bryant

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Jessica May Vickers has done plenty of traveling when it comes to tennis. From the Southeast Asian island of Brunei and the Philippines to Las Vegas and Connecticut, Vickers has been all over the globe. When it came to college tennis, ...


SPT PALISADE 11-11

A lot alike: Palisade meets mirror image of itself against Pueblo Central

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The Palisade High School football team has never pretended to be something it’s not. The Bulldogs are a rough and tough group that likes to run the football offensively and be physical on defense. Physical play is exactly what the ...


Montrose plus playoffs equals anything can happen

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Traditionally, first-round playoff games involving the Montrose High School football team haven’t been easy for the faint of heart. For the past four seasons, the Indians’ opening-round games have been decided by a total of 12 ...


SPT MONTROSE FOOTBALL 11-11

Miss Versatility: Kame taking her game to San Diego

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One word keeps popping up when you talk about Central High School’s Amy Kame as a basketball player. Versatile. Wednesday at Central High School, the multi-faceted Kame signed a national letter of intent to play basketball for the ...


Hotchkiss psyched for playoff trip to Limon

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Not often is there a team that looks forward to a six-hour bus ride. Well, one group that’s champing at the bit to get on the bus and travel more than 350 miles is the Hotchkiss High School football team. The Bulldogs are in the ...


Searching for respect: As No. 2 seed, Pirates look for second straight Class 2A state title

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It’s hard for the Olathe High School football team to not have the Rodney Dangerfield syndrome. No matter what they do, the Pirates just can’t seem to get any respect. When the Class 2A state playoff brackets were released ...


Palisade earns playoff berth in football

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Every one of the Palisade High School football team’s six wins this season were important. When the Class 3A playoff bracket was released Sunday, the Bulldogs were given the No. 16 seed. Observing the final wild card points, Palisade ...


Warriors fall short of making 5A tourney in volleyball

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The Central High School volleyball team’s quest for a berth in this weekend’s Class 5A state tournament came up one victory short. The Warriors went 1-2 in their round-robin games Saturday in the Region A tournament at Ponderosa ...


Mancos headed to state playoffs in volleyball

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For the Mancos High School volleyball team, a trip to the state playoffs came down to one kill. The Bluejays were winning by only two points Saturday in the fifth game of their final match of the Class 2A District C tournament. Luckily, the ...


Chaparral takes control easy, rolls past Grand Junction in 5A playoffs

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Things went against the Grand Junction High School football team from the start Saturday in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. The Tigers (3-7) lost the coin toss to Chaparral, which got them the football, but forced them to play into ...


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