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Eagles’ speed too much for Steamboat in 3A title game

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AURORA — All season long, the Steamboat Springs High football team had made a living out of using its high-octane offense to pile up the points against overwhelmed defenses. The Sailors saw the tables turned Saturday afternoon in the ...


Back in the swing of things: Wildcat Invite allows rusty wrestlers chance to improve

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Wrestlers rely on timing and precision to be successful. But with an extended break, some of those needed skills can become rusty. Saturday at Fruita Monument High School, the Central, Palisade, Fruita Monument, Rifle, and Gunnison high ...

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‘It doesn’t stop me’: Palisade’s Crow doesn’t let partial blindness keep her from competing

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Emily Crow will never take for granted any throw she makes in softball, any shot she takes in basketball or any 100-meter sprint in track. Crow, a three-sport athlete at Palisade High School, is doing more with one good eye than many can do ...

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Ups and downs: Central runs out of gas in loss to Carbon

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From a halftime tie to a 20-point deficit Saturday afternoon, the Central High School boys basketball team wasn’t about to pack it in during the final game of the Warrior Challenge. Actually, the Warriors were just getting warmed ...

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Fitting in: GJ’s Mercado swims with the best

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All Anna Mercado has ever wanted to do was fit in. As a member of the Grand Junction High School swim team, Mercado is getting that chance. She doesn’t have the smoothest dive into the pool, nor is she the fastest swimmer on the team, ...

Palisade’s adjustments pay off in victory over Bear Creek

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Bear Creek’s Jaron Price found a way to score in the Bears’ first two games of the Warrior Challenge at Central High School. Friday night Price scored 27 points against Grand Junction, and Saturday against Palisade, Price was off ...

GJ shines to capture Warrior Challenge

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Four games in five days gives a basketball coach a good look at his team. The majority of that time, Grand Junction High School boys coach Dutch Johnson has liked what he’s seen. As always, there are moments ... “Slow ... ...

Prep girls basketball scores, Dec, 4, 2009

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Girls Fairview 54, Fruita Monument 44 FRUITA MONUMENT Sarah Hensley 3 8-8 17, Katelyn Lewis 1 2-4 5, Kaitlin Warnke 0 2-3 2, Keila Utu 0 1-2 1, Taylor Johnson 5 0-0 11, Stephanie Long 2 4-6 8. Totals: 11 17-23 44. FAIRVIEW Lough 2 2-4 7, ...

Prep boys basketball scores, Dec, 4, 2009

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Boys Carbon 76, Palisade 62 PALISADE John Hyde 0 2-2 2, Gave Hellmann 0 2-4 2, Cameron Masden 0 0-0 0, Matt Zarlingo 1 0-0 2, Caleb Hall 0 0-0 0, Jeremy Hayden 7 2-2 21, Dakota Bond 6 0-0 12, Kane Gunther 4 1-2 10, Nate Yanez 5 0-1 13, Jerad ...

Poor start dooms Wildcats vs. Knights

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The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team couldn’t come back from a cold first quarter Friday, losing 54-44 to Fairview in Boulder. The Wildcats scored only five points in the first quarter and was down nine points, which ...

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