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Fruita Monument’s Saad has home course advantage for 5A state golf tourney

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The moment Joey Saad has looked to for more than a year now is here. The Fruita Monument High School senior plays in the Class 5A state golf championship on his home course Monday and Tuesday at Bookcliff Country Club. “When I found ...

Late surge helps Boucher win Anna Banana title

By Scott Schlaufman

For most of Saturday’s Anna Banana Invitational boys cross country race at Connected Lakes State Park, Crested Butte High School sophomore Ian Boucher was just waiting for his chance. Boucher trailed Fruita Monument’s Kyler Brown ...

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Palisade tops Moffat County in festive atmosphere at Dawg Pound

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Not every resident of Palisade turned out Saturday, but it sure seemed that way. “I love playing here,” senior receiver/defensive back Lane Orman said after the second-ranked Bulldogs overcame a sloppy third quarter to remain ...

Staying in control of emotions key for Rifle team at 3A state golf

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — A drive to win got a pair of Rifle High School juniors back to the Class 3A boys state golf championship. A new approach on the course helped the rest of the team get there, too. Thanks to the second-place finish in the Class 3A ...

Top-ranked Tigers push record to 5-0

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Grand Junction High School has rolled to victories in its first four football games of the season, but Saturday night the Tigers faced some adversity that tested their mettle. The Tigers, who scored 50 points in three of their first four ...

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‘Cats claw past Central to put loss to Regis in past

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There was a lot on the line for the Fruita Monument High School football team Friday night and the Wildcats responded. The Wildcats were coming off an embarrassing loss and playing in their homecoming game against rival Central, which was ...

Rifle grad Moss gets pregame honor at Boise State

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Hazen Moss gets to carry a sledgehammer onto the football field today. The 2008 Rifle High School graduate will get to participate in one of college football’s unique traditions when he’ll lead his fourth-ranked Boise State ...


Montrose on the move: Indians improve to 6-0 with win over Ponderosa

By William Woody

MONTROSE — In the six years Todd Casebier has coached the Montrose High School football team, he has never been undefeated through six games. That changed Friday night as the Indians (6-0, 1-0 Southwestern League) continued their ...

Line paves way in Olathe’s win over Cedaredge

By Scott Schlaufman

OLATHE — For the Olathe High School football team, offensive success was simple in Friday’s 31-7 win at home against Cedaredge. All the backs had to do was follow the linemen. “Our line did a great job tonight firing off, ...

Titans top Gunnison for big win at home in football

By Jon Mitchell

NEW CASTLE — Robby Moore summed up the past few weeks for the Coal Ridge High School football team with one simple phrase. “We’re just one big family now,” the Titans’ senior quarterback said. Moore scored three ...

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