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Pair of new coaches bring different styles to Palisade hoops teams

By Patrick Bahr

Boys Palisade’s new boys basketball coach Steve Phillips has brought a change of pace to the Bulldogs’ program. Gone is the dribble-drive, attacking offense focused on layups and 3-pointers. In its place is a defensive ...


Surrounded by talent, Warriors have impressed coach

By Patrick Bahr

Girls Rarely are coaches blessed with the kind of athletic talent in their first year at the school that Todd Dixon has at Central High School. The Warriors are coming off a 19-5 season, lost two seniors and return a group of solid ...

Colleen King tops WSL team in volleyball

By Staff

As a sophomore, Colleen King of Steamboat Springs was selected as a first-team all-conference setter in the Class 4A Western Slope League. King is the only repeat selection on this year’s all-conference first team. The all-conference ...

D-I calls Lane and Hardman for wrestling talent

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s rare when a small-school student-athlete signs a letter of intent to compete at a Division I institution. It’s even more rare when two student-athletes from the same small school go Division I, but Norwood High School’s ...


Former GJ player Stark wants to prepare for collegiate game

By Patrick Bahr

For Emily Stark it came down to five deciding factors to where the 6-foot-5 basketball player would go to college. Stark, who played for Grand Junction as a freshman, sophomore and junior, in no specific order looked at what the highest level ...

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Fruita standouts have high hopes for boys; girls seek consistency

By Patrick Bahr

Boys Fruita Monument has a few aces up its sleeve for the upcoming boys basketball season. With six seniors departed, the Wildcats will have to rely on some new faces this winter. But for high school fans in the valley, these faces will ...

No. 1 Falcon a tough foe for Palisade

By Staff

There’s a reason the Falcon High School football team has been seeded first throughout the Class 3A state playoffs. The Falcons didn’t get to be No. 1 by accident. One of only six teams in Colorado (and the only 3A team) with ...

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Rhodes paves way for Olathe in Class 2A

By Patrick Bahr

OLATHE — David Rhodes breaking tackles while running the football got Olathe High School into the Class 2A state semifinals, but Saturday against Faith Christian, it was a tackle that propelled the Pirates to the championship game. ...


Defensive play leads Demons into title game

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — After giving up 465 yards in total offense in last week’s 50-39 Class 3A state quarterfinals victory over Berthoud, Saturday’s state semifinal football game against Mountain View was up to the Glenwood ...

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Power football yields big results for Olathe

By Patrick Bahr

The biggest insult to the Olathe football team would be to call it a finesse team. The Pirates are all about power: Power running game, power offensive line, and what may have been overlooked in the 200-plus yard games of David Rhodes, is the ...

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