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Fruita stays hot at the plate, ripping 10 hits vs. Central

By Patrick Bahr

When it comes to momentum, the baseball teams from Fruita Monument and Central high schools are going in different directions. The Wildcats (8-4, 3-1 Southwestern League) are coming off of scoring 36 runs against Montezuma-Cortez last Friday, ...


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Central’s Pomaski set high goals early in her career

By Staff

As a freshman, Jamie Pomaski decided what her goal was for the next three track seasons. “Stephanie Padon was here,” said Pomaski, now a Central High School junior. “I wanted to be better than her when I was a senior. I ...


Fruita sweeps Central off courts again

By Staff

For the second time in as many weeks, the Fruita Monument High School girls tennis team swept Central 7-0 in a Class 5A Southwestern League dual. The Wildcats (3-1) didn’t lose a single set Tuesday to the Warriors (2-3) . With the ...


Briefs: Sport Prep Roundup April 08, 2009

By Staff

BASEBALL • The Central High School girls soccer team remained undefeated Tuesday by defeating Montrose 2-1, at Long Family Memorial Park. The Warriors (7-0-1, 4-0-1 Southwestern League) fell behind early as Montrose’s Rachel ...


Palisade brushes off dust after loss to Delta, tops Paonia

By Patrick Bahr

After a 2-1/2-week weather-enforced hiatus, the Palisade High School baseball team showed some rust Tuesday afternoon. In their first game since March 21, the Bulldogs (1-4, 1-2 Western Slope League) lost 11-0 to Delta in five innings at ...


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GJ’s offense finally shows its stuff vs. Wildcats

By Staff

Despite a solid won-loss record, Grand Junction High School girls soccer coach Adrea Tilford had been waiting all season for things to click offensively. On Tuesday, things clicked like a pair of castanets. The Tigers (5-3-2, 2-0-2 ...


Narrowing field in basketball one of items on agenda at CHSAA Board of Control meeting

By Staff

Thursday’s Colorado High School Activities Association annual spring meeting could take on a bit of a schizophrenic tone. In an attempt to offset budget woes brought on, in part, by the current economic climate, the executive committee ...


Briefs: Prep Sports April 07, 2009

By Staff

High School Golf • Loren Forney shot an 80 to tie for third place individually, leading Central to a tie for third at the Heritage Invitational on Monday in Littleton. Cherry Creek’s Kasha Scott and Valor Christian’s ...


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Siblings’ rivalry good for Fruita

By Patrick Bahr

Siblings tend to bring out the competitive side in one another. The rivalry between sisters Andi Kirtland and Janine Kirtland has helped push the Fruita Monument High School girls tennis team to a 2-1 dual record heading into today’s ...


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Fighting the cold at Palisade’s Woodburn Invitational track meet

By Staff

No one can question Olevia Shafer’s commitment to track this season. In addition to her daily workouts during the week, the Palisade High School sophomore has been practicing before school and even staying for more work after ...


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