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Jumping Zac

By Jon Mitchell

Zaccre Kenward held back a bit when it came to explaining how good his performance in the long jump was at Saturday afternoon’s Mickey Dunn Invitational. “Um, I think I broke it by a few inches,” the Palisade senior said ...


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New scoreboard latest upgrade at Fruita baseball field

By Matt Meyer

Fruita Monument High School dedicated a new scoreboard at its baseball field Saturday in memory of former Wildcats baseball coach Gary Thomas, after whom the field is named. Thomas, a longtime coach and teacher, died in 2016. His wife, ...


Central baseball team splits DH with Coronado, Overland

By Dale Shrull

Two big innings and some big errors added up to the second loss of the season. Central (7-2) gave up three runs in second and four in the fourth inning, and lost to Overland 8-5 in the second game of a doubleheader at Canyon View ...


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Pitching shuffle

By Matt Meyer

Several players took the mound for the Fruita Monument High School baseball team Saturday during an 8-1 loss to Chaparral in a rare on-campus game for the Wildcats. The shuffling of pitchers was in preparation for Fruita’s rivalry ...


Rottman, Milholland each score twice for Central girls soccer team

By Staff

The Central High School girls soccer team piled up the goals Saturday, cruising to a 7-1 win over Palmer in Colorado Springs. The Warriors (3-3) led 3-1 at halftime, then scored four unanswered goals in the second half to beat the Terrors ...


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Fruita doesn’t renew contract of boys hoops coach Dreher

By Matt Meyer

The contract of Fruita Monument boys basketball coach Billy Dreher wasn’t renewed, ending his tenure with the Wildcats after five seasons. District 51 Athletic Director Paul Cain confirmed the news Friday morning. Dreher compiled a ...


Palisade bpyas basketball coach Baskin steps aside

By Staff

Boys Basketball Palisade coach Baskin steps aside After three seasons at the head of the Palisade High School program, Jeremiah Baskin resigned. District 51 Athletic Director Paul Cain confirmed the news Friday morning. Baskin had a 27-41 ...


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Improved stick skills help GJ boys lacrosse team top Indians

By Staff

With a renewed emphasis on ball movement and stick skills, the Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team sailed to a 13-2 win over Montrose on Thursday at Dixson Field. Josh Newhouse helped spark the early rally with a pair of goals on ...


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Gracie’s grand start

By Jon Mitchell

Gracie Olkowski of Grand Junction High School and Masi Smith of Rifle were closer on the leader board than they thought Wednesday afternoon. Playing as the top golfer for their respective teams at the Warrior Invitational at Tiara Rado Golf ...


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Nicoletti, Carozza combine for 11 goals in Tigers’ win

By Staff

Alex Nicoletti scored six goals and Katie Carozza had five on Wednesday as the Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team thumped Telluride 18-3. The Tigers (3-0) scored 13 goals in the first half to pull away from the Miners (0-5). Madi ...


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