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GJ finds enough intensity to win

By Patrick Bahr

Is it too early for the Grand Junction boys basketball team to be at a crossroads? The Tigers finished the Warrior Challenge 2-1 by defeating Douglas County 52-34 on Saturday at Central High School. The weekend puts Grand Junction’s ...


Kame in command in Central’s victory

By Patrick Bahr

Although Central’s double digit wins over Horizon and Douglas County were impressive during the first two days of the Warrior Challenge boys basketball tournament, it was Saturday’s matchup with Bear Creek that was going to be the ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup December 07, 2008

By Staff

Prep Wrestling • John Wisniewski couldn’t help but think a few weeks down the road. Based on the performance of his Rifle High School wrestling team in Saturday’s season-opening Wildcat Invitational duals tournament, ...


Carbon County downs Palisade at Warrior Challenge

By Allen Gemaehlich

Carbon County (Utah) High School was the smallest school in the Warrior Challenge, but the Dinos held their own just fine. Carbon County, with an enrollment under 800, concluded the tournament with a 59-46 victory over Palisade on Saturday at ...


Fruita’s Nankervis applying football knowledge to basketball

By Allen Gemaehlich

Brett Nankervis knows how to read an opponent. As a quarterback for the Fruita Monument High School football team, he studied and read defenses on a daily basis. Saturday, the senior guard showed those skills come in handy on the basketball ...


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Free throws lift Fairview past ’Cats

By Patrick Bahr

Through the first two games of the season, the Fruita Monument girls basketball team has done more things right than wrong. Friday night against Fairview, the Wildcats continued that trend, doing enough things right to have a 39-38 lead with ...


Grand Junction High School boys struggle to find their shooting touch

By Staff

Oh, those shooting woes. For the third game this season, the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team struggled to find its shooting touch. In the second half, that came back to haunt the Tiger (0-3) as they lost to Bear Creek 52-38 ...


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GROWING IN STATURE, Warriors cruise to victory

By Staff

For a few seasons, the Central High School boys basketball team, because of a lack of height, had to settle for competing with a perimeter shooting and a transition game. With a couple of taller players gracing the Warriors’ lineup this ...


Dinos stop Fruita’s fourth-quarter comeback

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s fourth-quarter rally Friday night was shut down by the Carbon County Dinos, who claimed a 56-51 victory in the Warrior Challenge boys basketball tournament. After trailing most of the game, the Wildcats’ comeback ...


Young Bulldogs learning what it takes to win at varsity level

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade High School boys basketball team is missing the all-important asset of varsity experience this season. But through three quarters Thursday night, Palisade didn’t look like a team with little experience as the Bulldogs ...


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