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Chaparral takes control easy, rolls past Grand Junction in 5A playoffs

By Staff

Things went against the Grand Junction High School football team from the start Saturday in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. The Tigers (3-7) lost the coin toss to Chaparral, which got them the football, but forced them to play into ...

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GJ’s season finally takes shape

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In many ways, the Grand Junction High School football team is starting to look like the outfit it thought it could be. After a season full of mixing and matching healthy personnel, the Tigers are about as healthy as they can be heading into ...

Experience gives Hotchkiss confidence heading into 1A playoffs

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Since dropping to Class 1A in 2008, things have gone well for the Hotchkiss High School football team. The Bulldogs followed up last season’s 9-2 record, that ended with a loss in the quarterfinals of the playoffs, with a 9-0 regular ...

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Winning Wildcats: Fruita has offensive breakout in finale

By Staff

After six consecutive losses, it would have been easy for the Fruita Monument High School football team to mail in the result of Friday’s game. The Wildcats, paired against Westminster in a game between two teams that didn’t ...

Warriors can’t pull off playoff upset

By Staff

BOULDER — The Central High School football team came 250 miles for Friday night’s state playoff game and didn’t want to leave without putting up a good fight. The Warriors, seeded 31st in the 32-team Class 5A bracket, gave ...

Warriors not saying ‘what if’ as playoffs open

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Sometimes it’s easy to play the “what if” game, especially if you’re the Central High School football team. The Warriors were a mere seven points from being in a much different situation at this point in the ...

Tiger golf team plans benefit for ill teammate

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The Grand Junction High School golf team is sponsoring a fundraiser for one of its own. Junior Mike Bamford, who was born with cystic fibrosis, was diagnosed in September with a rare form of leukemia. He is being treated at Children’s ...

‘Cats go back to basics, build toward 2010

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Fruita Monument High School tried to do something different this season on the football field. Traditionally a strong running team, the Wildcats implemented an innovative A-11 offense, which revolves more around a quick passing game. The ...

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Higgins’ move to setter pays off for Central volleyball team

By Staff

Haleigh Higgins’ eyes still light up when she gets the chance to go for a kill on the volleyball court. Her chances are a lot fewer than they were in years past, but she’s all right with that. “I think (setting) is really ...


Cross country runners take advantage of extra training

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Two weeks ago, high school cross country runners sprinted across the finish line in regional meets, hoping their time was good enough to run at the state cross country meet. The Fruita Monument boys team, Grand Junction’s Kelsey Slauson ...

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