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Bats power Warriors to easy win in Cortez; GJ falls late to Durango

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team found its offense. One day after the Warriors were limited to three runs on three hits against Durango, Central rolled to a 27-17 victory Saturday over Montezuma-Cortez in Cortez. Durango 5, Grand ...


Head game: Recognizing signs of concussions important on local, national level

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Tyler Kenagy has hit his head on the basketball court a couple of times the past two years. The Fruita Monument High School senior, however, has no memory of those incidents. “I remember opening up my eyes and seeing Coach (Dave) Fox, ...

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Spin doctor: Palisade’s Smith gets joy from throwing discus far

By Patrick Bahr

Tanner Smith loves the finesse involved in field events. Saturday at the Frank Woodburn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Palisade High School thrower finished second in the discus with a toss of 139 feet, 2 inches. “He’s ...


Bulldogs sweep Eagle Valley to snap 5-game losing streak

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The losing streak is over. The Palisade High School baseball team was able to relax Saturday and play like it hoped, defeating Eagle Valley 15-1 and 12-4 in a Western Slope League doubleheader at Canyon View Park. The Bulldogs (4-6, 2-1 WSL) ...

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Three goals off corner kicks lift Fruita Monument to win

By Patrick Bahr

Practice really does make perfect. That was especially true Friday for the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team, which scored on three corner kicks in a 3-1 win over Fountain-Fort Carson at Canyon View Park. “We’ve had ...

Tigers’ bats help them overcome miscues in Cortez

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School baseball team overcame five errors in an 11-0 six-inning victory over Montezuma-Cortez. Friday at Cortez, the Tigers (8-1, 3-0 Southwestern League) offense carried them to the win. “We hit the ball ...

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GJ boys lacrosse team shows its unity in win over Aspen

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The Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team is turning a corner. Sophomore Evan Mok-Lamme scored a personal-best five goals Friday to lead the Tigers to a 12-5 victory over Aspen in a Mountain League game at Canyon View ...

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On the right track: GJ’s Versluis excels at both jumping and running

By Patrick Bahr

Track and field might be an individual sport, but for the Grand Junction High School track and field team, senior Sarah Versluis is an important part. Versluis is the Tigers’ top long jumper as well as a member of the 400- and 800-meter ...

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200 meters the perfect distance for Rifle’s Proebstle

By Patrick Bahr

Rifle High School’s Andrew Proebstle was made for the 200-meter dash. The Bears junior is ranked third in the Class 3A state rankings with a time of 23.02 seconds, which he ran last Saturday at Central’s Wild West ...

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Local pros hoping to show stuff in minors; Baldwin retires

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Two years ago, Geoff Baldwin had a decision to make: A scholarship to play baseball at the University of Nebraska or a pro contract with the Kansas City Royals? Baldwin chose pro baseball. After two years in the minors, though, ...

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