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Hoppe’s defensive plays help Central win first Peach Fuzz game

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You can take hundreds of ground balls, catch hundreds of fly balls. Nothing can prepare a shortstop for everything, though — sometimes you just have to sell out and hope for the best. “Some games you don’t get a ball hit to ...

Prep roundup: Depth helps GJ boys win Delta Invite cross country title

By Staff

Ty Williams of Telluride won the Delta Invitational in 16 minutes, 29.36 seconds, with Glenwood Springs’ Andrew Mansfield second in 16:52.09. Grand Junction’s depth, though, won the boys team championship with 67 points. Delta was ...

Lightning can’t slow GJ in win over Highlands

By Staff

HIGHLANDS RANCH — This one was so anticipated, so full of points (86), so much distance between the two programs (about 250 miles), so long (4 hours, 9 minutes) and, well, so ironic. “This one was about defense, about getting ...

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Full of pride: Second-half TDs lift Palisade past Central in opener

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Palisade High School’s football team had a lot it wanted to prove. The Bulldogs proved their toughness Friday night, and that their victory over Central last season wasn’t a fluke. For the second consecutive season, Palisade ...

Continuity helps Cedaredge FB team feel comfortable

By Scott Schlaufman

PAONIA — The Cedaredge football team is entering its second season under head coach Brandon Milholland, but after a 40-6 win Friday over Paonia, the Bruins are feeling as comfortable as they ever have. “Having a returning coach ...

Moeller, Kittle help Rifle run away in Grand Valley

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — Big plays by a pair of Rifle High School running backs paved the way to a 48-7 season-opening win Friday night over Grand Valley. Ryan Moeller and Brandon Kittle combined for 403 rushing yards and five touchdowns. “We ...

Rivalry games highlight first prep FB week

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It’s not exactly in the job description of a high school football coach, but worrying about everything certainly comes with the gig. Injuries, depth, implementing the right offense and defense, getting the players in the right position, ...

‘Dogs give crowd a reason to cheer with volleyball win over Central

By Scott Schlaufman

The East Valley rivalry week got going in full force Thursday night. With an electric atmosphere for the volleyball match at Palisade High School, the Bulldogs came out with a 25-20, 25-14, 25-14 victory over Central. Each school had a ...

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Berg, Wildcats win Central Invitational

By Staff

Will Berg figured he might as well go for it. The Fruita Monument High School junior golfer looked at the situation Tuesday at Tiara Rado Golf Course like he had nothing to lose, so he pulled out the driver and launched the ball a little more ...


With losing ways in past, Wildcats again aim for soccer playoffs

By Scott Schlaufman

Two years ago, it was hard to imagine the Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team having a shot at a state playoff berth. “When I was a sophomore I think we lost almost every single game except for one or two,” said senior ...

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