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Wildcats hang tough, still fall to Durango

By Scott Schlaufman

Fruita Monument High School volleyball coach Bob Richardson knew his team would face a challenge Friday against Durango. After all, the Demons were last year’s Southwestern League champions and brought with them the experienced hitting ...


Central routs Hinkley at Stocker to win first game

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All season, the Central High School football team began the final quarter of play with an opportunity to win. The Warriors, though, would give up the lead and lose the game. On Friday night, Central (1-3) built an 18-point lead entering the ...

Palisade escapes with win over Glenwood

By Jon Mitchell

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  Two solid drives got the Glenwood Springs High School football team back in the game against Palisade on Friday night. One final drive clinched the game for the second-ranked Bulldogs at Stubler Memorial ...

Top-ranked Tigers use passing game in victory over Westminster

By Staff

The top-ranked Grand Junction High School football team wanted to work on its passing game Friday against Westminster. The Wolves obliged by stacking nine players in the box to try to stop the running game. The Tigers threw to the tune of a ...

Talbott’s two goals lift ‘Dogs to win

By Staff

The Palisade High School boys soccer team outslugged Rifle 3-2 on Thursday night at Walker Field in an offense-heavy Western Slope League game. The two squads combined for 37 shots on goal. Both teams had plenty of chances early, but it ...

Dearth lifts ‘Dogs past Huskies

By Scott Schlaufman

When the Palisade High School volleyball team needed a spark in the final game of Thursday’s 3-1 win over Battle Mountain, senior Mecia Dearth had no reservations about taking charge. The Bulldogs, who won 25-15, 25-23, 22-25, 25-16, ...

Coal Ridge FB coach can return to sideline Sept. 30

By Jon Mitchell

Coal Ridge High School football coach Scott Parker has been cleared to return to coaching his team at practice, although he will miss one more game. Garfield School District RE-1 Superintendent Susan Birdsey on Tuesday issued a two-game ...

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Central’s Wilcox goes from shy to leader

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It wasn’t easy for Thaddeus Wilcox growing up. Wilcox, now a senior at Central High School, would often get teased about being dyslexic. “Because of my disability being dyslexic, I would get made fun of all the time,” said ...

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Fruita’s offense breaks out in win over Central

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Hannah Mahnke kept her mind-set simple. The Fruita Monument High School junior realized she didn’t need to hit a home run. She simply needed to hit the softball. Mahnke was 3 for 4 with four RBI to lead the 10th-ranked Wildcats, who ...


Rhodes’ first two goals against GJ lift Central to win

By Scott Schlaufman

Central High School forward Cory Rhodes had never scored a goal against crosstown rival Grand Junction. Until Tuesday night. The senior scored a pair of goals as the Warriors topped the Tigers 3-2 at Walker Field. “This was actually ...

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