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Central’s Norton, Palisade’s Herod sign to play VB at Colorado Northwestern CC

By Dale Shrull

After playing together in middle school, two “best friends” will be playing on the same college volleyball team in the fall. Central High School’s Rayleigh Norton and Palisade’s Nicole Herod signed letters of intent ...


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Offensive Wildcats

By Dale Shrull

It took a while, but once the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team started rolling, they turned Walker Field into their personal playground. The Wildcats scored four goals in 15 minutes in the first half and rolled to a 7-2 ...


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Beating the best

By Matt Meyer

MONTROSE — After Central High School’s 10-5 Southwestern League baseball toppling of Class 4A No. 1 Montrose on Tuesday, there was a discussion regarding Jeremy Champlin’s RBI triple. Champlin, who was 4 for 4 at the plate ...


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Central edges past Fruita in tennis dual

By Staff

Central High School battled to a close 4-3 win over Fruita Monument in girls tennis Tuesday. The Warriors took two of the three singles matches and two of the four doubles matches at Canyon View Park. Keira Trujillo lead the way for Central ...


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Windsor handles slow-starting GJ

By Matt Meyer

With 8:49 left in the second quarter Monday night, the Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team finally put a shot on net. The Tigers were shut out until, with two minutes remaining in the first half, Logan Branson finished 15 feet from ...


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GJ shaves strokes to win tourney

By Tim Harty

Spring break depleted lineups of several teams, but Grand Junction High School still had enough girls swinging golf clubs Monday to win the Tiger Invitational. All five Tigers finished in the top 13 individually as Grand Junction totaled 280 ...


Local roundup: Fruita rallies to beat Cortez

By Staff

Prep Baseball Fruita Monument rallies to down Cortez Fruita Monument fell behind 6-2 but scored five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning Saturday to take the lead for good and beat Montezuma-Cortez 10-6 in a Southwestern League ...


Local roundup: GJ baseball team loses in Arizona

By Staff

Prep Baseball Tigers lose tourney finale in Arizona The Grand Junction High School baseball team got a solid pitching performance from Dillon Fante, but Valley Vista’s timely hitting was the difference Friday as it defeated the Tigers ...


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‘Anything can happen’

By Matt Meyer

The final play of Fruita Monument High School’s 18-17 Southwestern League baseball win Friday over Durango nicely summed up the entire game. First baseman Cuba Bess teetered with his weight over his front leg and awkwardly used two ...


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Offense from D

By Tim Harty

Defenders don’t score goals. That’s what Teresa Giandonato was told. But she can proudly argue to the contrary. The junior defender scored the winning goal in overtime of Central’s 2-1 nonleague girls soccer victory over ...


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