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Two-sport success: Palisade’s Davis showing she can play hoops, too

By Patrick Bahr

Flannery Davis is going against the grain. The Palisade High School junior excels on the soccer field, scoring 37 goals in her first two seasons and playing on a competitive team based in Denver. But instead of focusing solely on soccer, ...

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Home sweet home: Velasquez’s upset helps Montrose win own tournament

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MONTROSE — Montrose sophomore Marcus Velasquez upset the top-ranked 140-pound wrestler in Class 3A, but he didn’t act like it. The Montrose High School sophomore simply shook Berthoud’s Alex Sadlo’s hand, signed his ...

Third-quarter run propels Plateau Valley boys past Paonia

By Jon Mitchell

COLLBRAN — Offense didn’t click in the first half for the Plateau Valley High School boys basketball team Saturday in a nonleague game against Paonia. Defense made the offense click in the second half. Teddy Grundy had a game-high ...

Win helps Tiger girls regain a little confidence

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team bounced back from Friday night’s loss to Palmer Ridge with a 50-31 win Saturday over Pueblo Central. The Tigers got 22 points from Fawn Brady to jump to a 28-20 halftime lead. Grand ...

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Slow start dooms Central in loss

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team is used to trying to rally this season. The Warriors came back to earn their first win of the season Tuesday against Palisade after trailing in the first quarter. The Warriors found themselves in ...

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Spring in her step: GJ’s McLean sets school diving record in quad win

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Gillian McLean has accomplished a lot in her short competitive diving experience, but she’s far from done. The Grand Junction High School senior had another landmark effort, surpassing a 12-year-old school record Friday to lead the ...

Grand Junction boys use defense to start second half with victory

By Staff

It can take some time for a basketball team to get the offense going again after a break. That’s why the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team relied on its defense to begin the new year with a victory. The Tigers defeated ...

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‘Dogs take Duals: Palisade earns valley bragging rights with Jackpot Duals win

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Palisade may be the smallest school in the valley, but you don’t have to be the biggest to be the best. The Class 4A Bulldogs beat the three Class 5A schools to win the Jackpot Duals wrestling team title Thursday night at Palisade High ...

Sports Briefs, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

Prep Basketball Fruita girls win in Kirtland tourney The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team defeated Thoreau (N.M.) 55-48 in the first day of the Bronco Invitational in Kirtland, N.M. The Wildcats had a 27-21 halftime lead, ...

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Whatever it takes: Kenagy helps Fruita with his jack-of-all trades ability

By Patrick Bahr

Tyler Kenagy is a glue player. The 6-foot-2 Fruita Monument High School senior forward fills holes and fixes cracks for the Wildcats with his ability to do a lot of different things well on the court. According to Fruita Monument coach Dave ...

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