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Toughness matters: Palisade’s Salazar, Townsend may be small, but they pack a wallop

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Daniel Salazar and J.T. Townsend know opposing football players look at them and smirk. The Palisade High School juniors realize they are smaller than most linebackers. Their coach, John Arledge, playfully calls them ...

Prep Notebook: Warriors softball team hitting for a high average

By Staff

Central High School’s softball team is off to a torrid start at the plate. The second-ranked Warriors have already hit 16 home runs and scored 90 runs this season. “We’re hitting the ball well,” Central coach Scott ...

Fruita Monument tops Grand Junction in softball

By Staff

Grand Junction knows exactly what went wrong. Tuesday night at Bergman Field, the Tigers’ softball team committed seven errors and had 12 strikeouts in a 4-0 loss to Fruita Monument. “You can’t give a team like that extra ...

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Wildcats defeat Tigers 3-0 in volleyball battle

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School volleyball team expected some nervousness. Tuesday night at Grand Junction High School, the Wildcats (7-0, 1-0 Southwestern League) outfought the Tigers (5-6, 0-1 SWL) in a tight first game 27-25. After that, ...

Physical play results in soccer tie for Tigers, Wildcats

By Scott Schlaufman

No matter the year, the boys soccer teams of Grand Junction and Fruita Monument high schools always give each other a close, physical game. Unlike most meetings, though, neither team got to leave Tuesday’s game at Walker Field with ...

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GJ’s Wise shakes slump to win Wildcat Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

Alex Wise found there is no magic recipe for breaking a slump. Monday at Adobe Creek Golf Course, the Grand Junction High School senior golfer shot a season-low 73 to win the Wildcat Invitational. “I’ve been in quite a slump most ...

Plateau Valley offensive trio too much for North Park

By Patrick Bahr

COLLBRAN — Plateau Valley High School’s football team didn’t have much to build on for this season. The Class A 8-man Cowboys had four players on the team with high school football experience, and coach Dave Bristol was ...

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Titans not too tired: Coal Ridge shuts out Palisade despite fatigue

By Scott Schlaufman

Playing their third game in five days, it was understandable if the boys on the Coal Ridge soccer team were a little off their game Saturday against Palisade. Despite some fatigue, the Titans used a tight defense to limit the Bulldogs’ ...

Bulldogs grind out win vs. D’Evelyn

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — With its lead whittled down to seven points and a little more than five minutes remaining in the game, the Palisade High School offense turned to the boys up front to get the job done. A blocking scheme that had paved the way ...

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Coming through for the team: Hegstrom helps GJ win Western Slope Invitational title

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He dealt with the pressures of taking the ACT on Saturday morning, but Parker Hegstrom faced another pressure situation a few hours later that affected more than himself. The Grand Junction High School senior played in the No. 2 singles ...

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