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Olathe’s stifling defense keeps Brush’s offense in check

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AURORA — Brush has been able to run the ball on anyone, anytime this season. Even when the Beetdiggers lost, they had more than 200 rushing yards. They led the state, regardless of classification, in rushing yards with 342 per game ...

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Glenwood Springs falls short of Elizabeth in Class 3A title game

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AURORA — Chris Cline has experienced many moments of frustration against the Glenwood Springs High School football program. Those bad dreams are over for the former Rifle High School player and assistant coach. His Elizabeth High School ...

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Pride of Olathe: Pirates capture school’s second state title

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AURORA — There was never a doubt in their minds. The Olathe Pirates believed even when they trailed Brush at halftime in the Class 2A state football championship game Saturday at Legacy Stadium. Olathe (12-2) overcame two special teams ...


Second thoughts: Strong second quarter lifts Smoky Hill past Central

By Patrick Bahr

and SCOTT SCHLAUFMAN The Central High School boys basketball team was looking for improvement after Thursday’s 102-35 loss to Fountain-Fort Carson. Friday at the Warrior Challenge at Central High School, the Warriors put forward a ...

Fruita girls open season with road win

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The Fruita Monument girls basketball team started its season with a 70-62 win Friday at Niwot, pulling away after being tied at 41-41 after the third quarter. The Wildcats had five players score in double figures. Laura Labonde led Fruita ...


One bad stretch: Mistakes, turnovers in 3rd quarter doom Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction’s boys basketball team would love to have back four minutes of the third quarter of Friday night’s game. A series of turnovers and mistakes allowed Fountain-Fort Carson to pull away from the Tigers in the ...

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Experience edge: Playing in state title game nothing new for Demons

By Patrick Bahr

Two years ago, the Glenwood Springs High School football team won the Class 3A state championship, knocking off Fort Morgan 23-14. Glenwood Springs went 14-0 that season and followed it with a 7-5 campaign last season that ended in the second ...

Yanez’s big fourth quarter lifts Grand Junction past Smoky Hill

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In just his first game with his new team, Nate Yanez made a big difference. The Grand Junction High School senior led the Tigers to a 48-45 victory Thursday over Smoky Hill in the Warrior Challenge at Central High School. The Buffaloes ended ...

Palisade and GJ girls open season with wins

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The Palisade High School girls basketball team began each of the past two seasons 0-10. Thursday at the Meeker Invitational, the Bulldogs guaranteed that wouldn’t happen again with a 46-34 victory over Mancos. “It was a great way ...

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Pirates no joke: Loosening up has helped Olathe reach second state title game in three years

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To be successful in football, the coach and the players had to be serious and focused, or so Ryan Corn thought. This year, though, Corn found that doesn’t always work. Olathe stumbled early, losing two of its first three ...

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