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Palisade XC team ready to run, full of ambition

By Scott Schlaufman

As a freshman on the Palisade High School cross country team last year, Katie Mueller was humbled by the competition. “I didn’t expect the season to be so hard. I didn’t expect everybody to be so good, so I guess I expected ...

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Steinkirchner’s thrilled, ready to lead Bulldogs

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Audrey Steinkirchner was originally a basketball player, until the contact became too much. She started playing volleyball in seventh grade and committed to it in the eighth grade, joining a club team. Since then, she’s played ...

Harrison’s birdie lifts Tigers to team title at Fruita Monument Invitational

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Garrett Harrison was trying to figure out how one of his best rounds of golf slipped away. Then he got a chance for redemption. Shortly after shooting 7-over-par on the final three holes Monday at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa to finish ...


ImPACT designed to measure severity of concussion-related symptoms

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Tyler Hernandez is pretty sure he sustained a concussion last summer. The Central High School football player was riding his bicycle when he suddenly lost control and crashed. “I was riding my bike with no hands,” he said. ...

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Olathe takes to the air to open season with victory

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OLATHE — The Olathe High School football team has traditionally been a running team. That’s what’s most comfortable to coach Ryan Corn, but since Tyler Vincent joined the coaching staff two years ago and took over offensive ...

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Youngren has four TDs in Montrose’s win

By Scott Schlaufman

MONTROSE — In his first varsity football game, Montrose High School sophomore Angelo Youngren was hoping to make an impact. In Friday’s 27-21 season opening win against Rock Canyon, he played multiple positions and achieved his ...

Penalties and turnovers hurt Fruita in loss

By Staff

With less than two weeks of practice, coaches are never sure what they’re going to get during a Zero Week game. Fruita Monument first-year coach Sean Mulvey got a good effort Friday night at Broomfield, but a couple of penalties and ...

Hitting leads Grand Junction to opening win

By Staff

All but two of the Grand Junction High School softball team’s hits Friday were singles, but the Tigers had 12 of those in a 12-4 rout at Heritage to open the season. Mikayla Rivera doubled and drove in four runs, Cierra Cosslett doubled ...

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Montrose /Olathe home football seasons at home Friday night.

By William Woody

Olathe (Blue) battles Steamboat Springs (White) Friday night in Olathe. Montrose (Black) toppled Rack Canyon (White) Friday in Montrose.  ...


Hegstrom relaxes, helps GJ top Fruita

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Tate Hegstrom was beginning to lose his focus and get frustrated when he remembered a line from a movie that helped him out. The Grand Junction High School junior was playing his first varsity singles match Thursday in the Tigers’ ...

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