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GJ girls fall to Demons in basketball

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The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team narrowly lost in Durango falling 56-54 to the Demons. Saturday, the Tigers (8-5, 1-1 Southwestern League) had a seven-point lead in the second quarter, but eventually lost it, falling ...


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Overmatched: Fruita rolls past Grand Junction

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Logan McNulty and Gage Casey were friends in middle school, but Thursday night they represented rival schools on the wrestling mat. McNulty, a Fruita Monument High School senior, had to hold off a furious comeback to defeat Casey to get the ...


Quick start lifts Tigers past Moffat in first home game

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The Moffat County girls basketball team didn’t get much of a feeling out process. Tuesday night at Grand Junction High School, before they could barely break a sweat, the Bulldogs went from having their starters introduced to trailing ...


High School Basketball Results, Jan. 12, 2010

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Boys Grand Junction 47, Moffat County 26 MOFFAT COUNTY Zach Raftopoulous 2 0-0 6, Bryan Ivy 3 0-1 6, Dylon Camilletti 0 1-2 1, Pablo Salcido 1 1-4 4, Jordon Wilson 3 1-1 7, Chet Harvey 1 0-0 2. Totals: 9 3-8 26. GRAND JUNCTION Tyler ...


Getting in your face: Some Grand Valley players are true defensive stoppers

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There are roles in sports that are crucial to team success, but never get the limelight. Let’s face it, there aren’t a lot of offensive linemen selling shaving cream or getting shoe endorsements. But these roles are important, ...


Sports in Brief: Morris finishes second in giant slalom

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Skiing Morris finishes 2nd in giant slalom Birgit Morris led the Powderhorn Race Club with a second-place finish in the girls J5 (ages 9-10) division at the Crested Butte Giant Slalom on Jan. 2-3 in Crested Butte. Powderhorn’s two J3 ...


Tigers get stingy, top Moffat County

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There were times Tuesday night when the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team played perfect defense. Literally. The Tigers (7-4, 0-0 Southwestern League) held Moffat County scoreless in the first quarter on their way to a 47-26 ...


Bulldogs play hard, but can’t top Aspen

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The Palisade Bulldogs dug themselves a hole, got out of it, then let a victory slip away. The Aspen High School boys basketball team managed to keep its undefeated record intact Tuesday night with a 65-61 victory at Palisade. Zach Babich led ...


Aspen boys proving there’s more than just skiing in town

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It’s no secret that Aspen has always been known for its skiing. Recently, the small Western Slope community and its social scene have been the backdrop for VH1’s hard-hitting reality show “Secrets of Aspen.” Still a ...


Conner fired as Fruita VB coach

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The Fruita Monument High School coaching carousel continues to spin, with volleyball coach Amelia Conner being fired. Conner called The Daily Sentinel on Monday afternoon about her dismissal. Last week, football coach Bill Moore was ...


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