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GJ quick to take control of soccer game

By Scott Schlaufman

It took only 11 minutes for Grand Junction High School’s soccer team to change the game in its Southwest League opener, a 9-1 win against Central. In an 11-minute span from the eighth to 19th minute, Tiger forwards Tim Hofer and Brendan ...


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Williams, Wissel lead Wildcats in softball

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The success of the Fruita Monument High School softball team doesn’t depend solely on Brooke Williams and Ashleigh Wissel, but the better Williams and Wissel play, the more dangerous the Wildcats are. On a team stacked with talent, ...


Hot hat: Panama-style cap lifts Blair in golf

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School boys golf coach Dave Fox finally figured out how to motivate Ryan Blair. His junior golfer, who began the season on the cusp of playing varsity, had been in a slump after last Wednesday’s Steamboat Springs ...


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Pomona controls tempo in win over Tigers

By Staff

Repetitions. That’s the thing Andy Willett needed to take from Saturday’s nonconference football game with Pomona at Stocker Stadium. The Grand Junction High School junior, who began the season third on the quarterback depth ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 13, 2009

By Staff

SOFTBALL • Central High School’s softball team pushed its win streak to nine games on Saturday, finishing first in the Diamond Bracket at the Dave Sanders Memorial Tournament in Aurora. The Diamond Bracket is for teams that go ...


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Weinberg enjoying team tennis at Junction

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There’s something about being a part of a team that Grand Junction’s No. 1 singles player Spencer Weinberg really likes. Only a freshman, Weinberg has made a name for himself as an individual, playing on the USTA Intermountain ...


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Wildcats pile up yards, but can’t outscore No. 5 Bear Creek

By Staff

The numbers looked good. The Fruita Monument High School football team moved the ball effectively Friday against perennial Jefferson County Conference power Bear Creek. The Wildcats didn’t turn the ball over. The fifth-ranked Bears, ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 12, 2009

By Staff

Soccer • Wildcats lose 2-1 in soccer It took until the final minutes, but the Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team lost 2-1 to Denver South in its opening game of the Kadet Invitational in Colorado Springs. The Wildcats allowed ...


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Competition tough at Western Slope Invite

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Every team gets a little something different from the Western Slope Invitational tennis tournament. For some it’s all about the competition. This year’s field has 20 teams from all over the state, including top programs like ...


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Out of Nelson’s shadow, Jourgenson wins first career race in Warrior Invitational

By Scott Schlaufman

In 2008, Moffat County’s Maddy Jourgenson was one of the top runners in the Western Slope. As a sophomore she placed sixth in the state cross country meet, but until Friday, she had never won a race in her high school career. When she ...


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