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Grand Junction continues winning tennis trend against Fruita

By Staff

What started out as a typical Grand Junction-Fruita Monument girls dual tennis match Tuesday got interesting as the match wore on. Grand Junction, long the dominant force in high school girls tennis on the Western Slope, still managed to get ...


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Shot advantage doesn’t help Tigers

By Staff

A flurry of shots didn’t add up to a win for the Grand Junction High School girls soccer team. Despite outshooting Montrose 19-5, the Tigers couldn’t find the back of the net Tuesday, losing 3-1 at Walker Field. Montrose junior ...


Players alter focus during dual matches to get better

By Patrick Bahr

For high school tennis players in the Grand Valley, the beginning and the end of the season are fairly similar. The year traditionally begins with the Western Slope Invitational tournament and ends with the regional tournament and possibly ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup March 22, 2009

By Staff

BOYS LACROSSE • Lightning boys sweep doubleheader In a tight game, the Grand Valley Lightning boys lacrosse team figured out how to attack Summit in the second half. Grand Valley (4-1) overcame a 3-1 first quarter deficit and ...


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Playing smart allows Jessup to win title at Western Slope Invite

By Patrick Bahr

Jenny Jessup quickly realized it was going to be a different type of match. Facing Ralston Valley’s Kelsi Clemmer in the No. 2 singles championship Saturday at the Western Slope Invitational at the Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State ...


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Tigers capture team title at Mickey Dunn Invitational

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys 1,600-meter relay team knew what was at stake. Heading into the final race in Saturday’s Mickey Dunn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Tiger boys held a one-point lead over surprising Glenwood ...


Wildcats find net, get first victory

By Staff

After being held scoreless through the first six games of the season, Fruita Monument junior forward Lauren Alpert found the back of the net twice Saturday as the Wildcats defeated Montezuma-Cortez 2-0 at Walker Field. Alpert scored the ...


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Steamboat Springs joining tennis elite

By Patrick Bahr

Although it’s not to Cherry Creek’s status just yet, the Steamboat Springs High School girls tennis team has established the beginnings of a solid tradition. The Sailors have placed fifth or better at the past four state ...


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Mesa State’s Ashlee Duffy making mark at first base

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It’s not like she had to tell her teammates she’s vertically challenged for a first baseman, but Ashlee Duffy had a little advice for the Mesa State College softball team’s infielders. “I told them, ‘Don’t ...


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Garcia’s goals lift Durango in soccer match

By Staff

Katerina Garcia was one frustrated soccer player. The Durango High School senior had three one-on-one shot attempts early in the second half of Friday’s game with Fruita Monument — and all missed their mark. “Missing those ...


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