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SPT SCHULTE 5-6

Schulte proving she’s learned from last year’s tough loss at state

By Patrick Bahr

Kirstin Schulte had high expectations for last year’s state tournament. The Tigers No. 3 singles player had won the region championship, which set her up with a great draw in her first state tournament appearance. Schulte was facing ...


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High school track athletes get final opportunity to qualify for state

By Staff

The Southwestern League is going retro this week. Back in the good ol’ days, the SWL used to hold a league track meet prior to the regional meet, a final chance for bragging rights prior to state qualifying. They’ll get that same ...


SPT PREP SOCCER 2 5-6

Warriors hope losing in playoffs gives team future motivation

By Staff

There wasn’t much Doug Beach could tell his Central High School girls soccer team on Tuesday. “Hold your heads high, ladies,” he said to his charges in the post-game huddle after Central lost its Class 5A opening-round state ...


Lightning honored for successful year

By Patrick Bahr

In its first season, the Grand Valley boys lacrosse team had a good showing, finishing 10-4. The Lightning’s strong play helped the team land five players on the All-Mountain League team that was announced Monday. Leading the way was ...


Cent Soc Kinnett 4-16-9

Central hoping to avenge losses

By Staff

The Central High School girls soccer team has gotten a taste of the Class 5A state playoffs the past two years — albeit a small taste. The past two season, the Warriors lost to Chatfield in the opening round of the playoffs. “I ...


Briefs: Prep Soccer Roundup May 04, 2009

By Staff

High School Soccer • Central got the 16th and final home berth in the first round of the 32-team Class 5A state playoff bracket as the state soccer pairings were announced on Sunday. The Warriors (11-1-2), who won the Southwestern ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup May 04, 2009

By Staff

Prep Baseball • A 10-run second inning was too much for the Grand Junction High School baseball team to overcome on Sunday. The Tigers, trailing 4-2 after the first inning, gave up 10 runs to Ralston Valley in the top of the second and ...


Briefs: Prep Baseball Roundup May 03, 2009

By Staff

High School Baseball • Gunnison advances in playoffs Gunnison was the only Western Slope baseball team to advance out of the district playoffs Saturday, claiming the Class 3A District 2 championship 5-2 over Hotchkiss. The Cowboys ...


Port O Brien Tim 2-5-9

Coaching runners is a passion for Tim O’Brien

By Staff

There are several ways to measure the impact of coaches. The traditional manner, not necessarily the best barometer, is by their won-loss record. Another may be by how far up the coaching ladder they’ve risen. A less tangible, more ...


TIGER INV TRACK JONES 05020

Derrieux comes through in 300m hurdles

By Staff

Grand Junction High School track coach Darrell Simonton had spent all season trying to get Jamie Derrieux to run the 300-meter hurdles. The freshman was already running the 100-meter hurdles in addition to the 200-meter dash and legs on two ...


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