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042111 Palisade HS soccer

Crawford’s change to forward lifts Palisade to win

By Patrick Bahr

A single position change can make a big difference. Thursday at the Peach Bowl, Palisade High School soccer player Megan Crawford switched from her usual outside midfielder position to forward, and contributed to the Bulldogs’ 3-0 ...

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Tigers top Central to qualify for 5A district playoffs

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Grand Junction is in the Class 5A district baseball playoffs again. The Tigers hit three home runs and took advantage of seven walks Wednesday night at Suplizio Field to defeat Central 12-6 and clinch a playoff spot. “We were talking ...

Glenwood Springs blanks league rival Palisade in girls soccer

By Staff

Palisade limited the Glenwood Springs High School girls soccer team to three goals, but it wasn’t enough Tuesday night in Glenwood Springs. The Demons defeated Palisade 3-0 in a Western Slope League game. It was the Demons’ sixth ...

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Rivals get stingy: Flick’s net play key in Tigers’ close victory over Wildcats

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Grand Junction goalkeeper Kolton Flick knew he needed to cut down on the number of goals he allowed. He didn’t realize how much of a difference that would make. The Grand Junction sophomore made eight saves Tuesday night as the Tigers ...

Bulldogs back on track with wins over Demons

By Patrick Bahr

In every game, the Palisade High School baseball team is trying to overcome the 2-6 start it had to the season. Tuesday at Suplizio Field, the Bulldogs continued to put the start of the season in the past with an 11-0 five-inning win over ...

Athletes’ fees to rise after school board vote passes

By Staff

Student-athletes in Mesa County School District 51 will pay more money to participate in athletics next school year, after Tuesday night’s school board vote. The fees will go up from $70 to $110 per student-athlete, per sport at the ...

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Wildcats’ Kovach will play volleyball at Otero Junior College

By Patrick Bahr

Camille Kovach led the Fruita Monument High School volleyball team in kills, attacks and aces as a senior in 2010. Now Kovach, an outside hitter, is taking her skills at the net to the next level. Tuesday at Fruita Monument, Kovach signed a ...


Love and lacrosse: Father-son bond grows stronger with sport after loss of loved one

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James States had hopes his son would someday reach a level he didn’t on the baseball field. States grew up in a baseball-playing family and earned a Division I college scholarship before injuries ended his career. “Kris was our ...

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Central’s baseball brothers pushing for playoffs

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The seniors on the Central High School baseball team have played together for so long, they could almost claim to be brothers. All 10 of them have played on the same teams since the eighth grade and six of them have played together since ...

Early goals lift Tigers to win over Durango

By Staff

Durango attempted to force the Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team into mistakes. The Tigers (5-4), though, scored six goals in the first quarter and rolled to a 14-8 victory Saturday over Durango at Canyon View Park. “We ...

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