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Schlagel has high hopes for final time swimming as a Tiger

By Patrick Bahr

This is Kelsey Schlagel’s last opportunity to achieve her swimming goals. The Grand Junction High School senior will participate Friday and Saturday in her fourth state swim championships at the Edora Pool and Ice Center in Fort ...

Edmiston’s last-second decisions lift Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

With the game coming down to the wire, Palisade’s Jake Edmiston wanted the ball. Edmiston didn’t want it for selfish reasons, but as one of the Bulldogs’ two seniors, he wanted to be the player making the decisions. With two ...


Palisade gets harder than expected win vs. Huskies

By Patrick Bahr

Rematches can be deceiving. After routing Battle Mountain 71-26 in the first game, the Palisade High School girls basketball team had a tougher time with the Huskies on Tuesday night at home, winning 62-50. “I think Battle Mountain ...


Dunn hired as Wildcats’ softball coach

By Patrick Bahr

It wasn’t too long ago that Jamie Dunn stopped coaching to pursue a career in teaching. The former Mesa State College softball All-American was the Palisade High School softball coach from 2002-2006. She spent the past three years ...

Heart alone not enough for Grand Junction girls

By Patrick Bahr

Against Eaglecrest, the Grand Junction girls basketball team did something that will warm every sports fan’s heart. They didn’t give up. Monday at Grand Junction High School, the Tigers nearly overcame a 15-point halftime ...

Central’s post players key for playoff success

By Patrick Bahr

The Central Warriors boys basketball team took care of Durango and Montezuma-Cortez in convincing fashion this past weekend, pushing its record to 17-3 overall and 6-1 in the Southwestern League. What a difference one year can make. Last ...


Athletes, Docs, personal trainers weigh in on supplement use

By Patrick Bahr

Ross McGee likes to drink two protein shakes a day, one before his workout and one after. McGee, a senior at Central High School, has spent the past four years lifting weights to get bigger and stronger to compete on the football ...

Demons rally, take advantage of ‘Cat collapse

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team had the situation it wanted on Saturday. The Wildcats led visiting Durango by four points with 2:45 remaining and had possession of the ball. At that point, things went south, as the ...

Briefs: Sports Basketball Roundup February 08, 2009

By Staff

Despite playing four good quarters, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team fell just short to Mountain Vista on Saturday, losing 54-45 on the road. “It was a well-played game,” Grand Junction coach Sam Provenza said. ...

Briefs: Prep Swimming February 07, 2009

By Staff

At the first day of the Western Slope Championships in Durango, Grand Junction’s Kelsey Schlagel qualified for state in the 100-yard breaststroke. Schlagel has already qualified in the 200-yard freestyle but added to that Friday by ...

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