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Hansen promoted to High Desert Mavs

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Shaver Hansen is getting another chance. The former Fruita Monument High School standout has proved he’s healthy and ready for the next level. The Seattle Mariners organization promoted Hansen up to their Class A Advanced League team, ...


Grand Junction football team earns trip to 7-on-7 nationals

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School football team placed first Saturday in the Red Bull Game Breakers 7-on-7 Denver qualifier tournament at Chaparral High School. The Tigers advance to the national finals at Southern Methodist University in Dallas ...


Palisade hires Zuniga as new softball coach

By Staff

Palisade High School has its softball position filed. Monday, the Bulldogs promoted from within and hired Nicole Zuniga as the new head softball coach. Zuniga was an assistant with the Bulldogs last season under coach Tony Kirby, who was ...


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Amy Kame finds San Diego to be the right fit for her game

By Patrick Bahr

Amy Kame knew she was made to perform on the big stage. The 2010 Central High School graduate recently completed her freshman year at the University of San Diego, where she averaged nearly 13 minutes per game for the Toreros women’s ...


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Iowa coach Brands instructs youngsters to focus on wrestling all the time

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It doesn’t matter what you did or where you’re from, it’s about what you do. That was what legendary wrestler and coach Terry Brands told a group of eight Colorado Outlaws Club wrestlers and their parents Wednesday night at ...


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Open gyms give Central coach Schneider a chance to meet his new players

By Patrick Bahr

Transition is never easy. The Central High School boys basketball program is going through a change with Kurt Schneider taking over for Phil Cain as head coach. This week, Schneider is getting his first exposure to his new team, running open ...


Taylor’s sweeps Mountain Range

By Staff

Baseball Taylor’s sweeps Mountain Range Gene Taylor’s baseball team ran its record to 4-1 with a sweep of Mountain Range on Sunday, 14-2 and 14-4. Casey Burns hit a pair of home runs in the second game and Drew Bridges hit a ...


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Fruita Monument enjoying offensive familiarity at Mesa State football camp

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Zach Thorpe could smile and not worry if he made the right read or made the right decision. The Fruita Monument High School quarterback doesn’t have to learn a new offense in camp this summer. “It’s more relaxed, going out, ...


Central hires Schneider to coach boys basketball

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School hired a new basketball coach who knows all about basketball in the Grand Valley. Kurt Schneider, who graduated from Fruita Monument in 1991, is taking over the boys basketball program at Central. Schneider played college ...


GJ shuffles its track coaches, with Henry shifting places with Simonton

By Patrick Bahr

There is a changing of the guard for the Grand Junction High School track team. Throwing coach Sean Henry is taking over as head coach for Darrell Simonton. “It’s pretty cool, but a little intimidating because I have some shoes ...


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