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Let it fly: Central’s Padilla not afraid to shoot the basketball

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School’s Zach Padilla takes pride in what he does on the basketball court. Padilla is a shooter. The 6-foot-2 senior shooting guard is the Warriors’ leading scorer through five games averaging 18 points per game ...


Late struggles doom Fruita Monument girls in loss to Carbon

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball showed why it’s full of promise Saturday during the second quarter against Carbon, Utah. During the fourth quarter, the Wildcats showed why they are 1-4. Fruita Monument saw a 41-40 ...

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The pressure’s off: Swimmers have fun with teammates in SWL Relays

By Scott Schlaufman

There are only a few times per year competitive swimmers get a chance to relax. Although there was still a competitive spirit Saturday at El Pomar Natatorium for the Southwestern League Relays, the meet had a slightly different feel because, ...

Wildcats fall to Mustangs in Ralston Valley Tournament title game

By Staff

Fruita Monument lost Saturday in the championship game of the Ralston Valley Tournament to the host Mustangs 55-44. The Wildcats trailed 27-24 at halftime, but were outscored 17-6 in the third quarter. “We didn’t play well in the ...

Trujillo, Fantin lift Panthers to 2nd in Delta Invitational

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DELTA — Nathan Trujillo and Rudy Fantin remember the day they decided they wanted to be state champion wrestlers. Two and a half years later, the Delta High School seniors could be on their way. “I watched the seniors at ...

Cougars’ fourth-quarter surge too much for GJ

By Staff

Grand Junction tried, but couldn’t hold on. The Cherokee Trail boys basketball team rallied Friday night to defeat the Tigers 51-50 in the ThunderRidge Tip-Off Classic in Highlands Ranch. Grand Junction led 28-19 at halftime and 40-34 ...

Tired Tigers can’t figure out Dinos’ pressure defense in loss

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The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team played its fourth game in four nights, but that was no excuse. Carbon (Utah) used its quickness and speed Friday to defeat the Tigers 47-30 victory in the Wildcat Invitational at Fruita ...

Foul trouble haunts ‘Dogs: With post players on bench, Palisade falls to Titans

By Scott Schlaufman

The Palisade High School girls basketball team generally makes its presence felt in the post. Friday in a 42-35 loss to Coal Ridge, Kendra Barnes and Kailie Wallace did what they could, but had a limited chance to play because of foul trouble ...

Central rally falls short in loss to Basalt

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School girls basketball team was on the brink of its first victory of the 2010-11 season Friday night against Basalt. The Warriors had been outscored by an average of 43 points per game in their previous three games, but ...

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A tale of two halves: Poor finish negates good start for Palisade boys

By Scott Schlaufman

A strong start wasn’t enough. The Palisade High School boys basketball team jumped to an early lead Friday night against Coal Ridge, but a late run by the Titans propelled them to a 41-39 victory. “Good start, poor finish, I ...

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