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Taking a big step: Tigers’ lacrosse team meets season goals despite playoff loss

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The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team got the matchup it wanted, but not the result. Douglas County scored 10 second-half goals to defeat the Tigers 17-14 in the first round of the girls lacrosse state playoffs Wednesday at ...

Palisade soccer team falls to Palmer Ridge

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The defense kept the Palisade High School girls soccer team in the game Wednesday, but the offense wasn’t able to score. Palmer Ridge scored one goal in the second half and defeated the Bulldogs 1-0 in the first round of the Class 4A ...

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Grand Junction’s Gurley, Pond team up again for another run at state doubles title

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Madison Gurley had aspirations of playing singles, but soon realized doubles was a better option. The Grand Junction High School senior is playing doubles with Kylie Pond again, hoping to place in the Class 5A state championships for a third ...

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Sinner overcomes waterlogged clubs to qualify for state

By Patrick Bahr

Fruita Monument High School golfer Jessica Sinner proved she can overcome just about anything. Tuesday in the Metro East Regional at Tiara Rado Golf Course, Sinner’s pull cart that held her golf clubs rolled into a water hazard. Despite ...

Prep notebook: Wrestling weights to increase for next season

By Staff

High school wrestling weight classes are shifting. The number of weight classes stay the same (14), but the smallest weight class will now be up from 103 to 106 pounds. The rest of the weight classes are 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, ...

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Krabbe gets a little spending money from grandma and gives ‘Dogs Western Slope League title with gra

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Ever since he was a Little Leaguer, Cody Krabbe’s grandmother promised him $50 if he hit a home run. Several years later, Grandma might have to pay up. The Palisade High School senior hit a go-ahead grand slam Tuesday evening, lifting ...


Tearful farewell: Tigers’ season ends with first-round soccer playoff loss

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team showed how sports can build a lifetime bond. Tuesday at Walker Field, the No. 15-seeded Tigers lost 4-0 to No. 18 Legacy in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. The Tigers didn’t ...

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Warriors edge Indians in regular-season baseball finale

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For some of the Central High School baseball players, they were playing their last game. The 10 seniors wanted nothing more than to have some fun and go out a winner. They did that Monday, defeating Montrose 4-3 in a lightning-delayed ...

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Grand Junction soccer team hosts Legacy at Walker Field

By Patrick Bahr

A perfect season doesn’t exist. No matter the level or sport, adversity always seems to creep up at some point during the season. The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team knows this all too well. “We’ve been ...

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Grand Junction girls lacrosse team thrilled to host Douglas County

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The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse players and coaches wear it on their wrists. “GJHS Lax 2011. Believe.’ The orange wrist bands have served as a reminder of their team motto, ‘Believe.’ The Tigers ...

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