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Matt Healey finds his niche in coaching shooting team

By Staff

It sometimes takes people years to find their niche, to learn an avocation that gives them their greatest joy during their free time. Matt Healey found his relatively early in life. Now he’s passing that joy on to others. For nearly ...


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Forney stays hot in the cold, winning another golf title

By Staff

Girls high school golfers in Colorado have learned that in order to play the game in the spring, they must be a hardy bunch. That was never more true than Tuesday. With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark despite an hour delay ...


Baker blasts five RBI, but errors cost Central win

By Staff

Central High School outfielder Lanny Baker drove in five runs on two hits Tuesday, but the Warriors committed seven errors in an 11-7 loss to Montrose at Canyon View Park. Baker came to the plate in the fourth inning with the Warriors ...


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Simple reminders help Poeppel stay focused on state tennis

By Patrick Bahr

Jasmine Poeppel sees herself at the state tennis tournament everyday. Central High School’s No. 3 singles player is in her first full season of playing singles, and despite not having a plethora of experience, she knows where she wants ...


Grand Junction serves up a win against Demons

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School girls tennis team had a dominant performance Saturday against Durango, not losing a single set in a 7-0 Southwestern League dual victory. The Tigers’ doubles teams were impressive, with the No. 2 team of ...


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GJ remains undefeated in spite of subpar play

By Patrick Bahr

For the Grand Junction High School baseball team, it was a game with too many walks, missed opportunities and overall shaky play. However, it was a win. Grand Junction (8-0, 2-0 SWL) overcame an early 2-0 deficit Saturday to defeat ...


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Six-run inning helps GJ put Durango away

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School’s baseball team learned a lesson Friday about responding to a deficit. In the Tigers’ first Southwestern League game of the season, Durango took a 2-0 first-inning lead, led by doubles from John Ugai and ...


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Lightning get lacrosse lesson from Steamboat Springs

By Staff

Experience won Friday. The Grand Valley Lightning boys lacrosse team has athletic ability, speed and enthusiasm. Steamboat Springs gave the Lightning a lesson in fundamentals and skills, scoring the game’s first six goals en route to a ...


Linehan trains by chasing spot on wall

By Staff

The roads in Crested Butte were still a little snowy last week, even before this week’s latest front moved in. As always, it’s been a little hard for the Crested Butte Community School track team to train outside. Jack Linehan is ...


Glenwood uses two early goals to overcome weather, Palisade

By Staff

Looking outside the windows of Glenwood Springs High School on Thursday, the Demons girls soccer team wasn’t sure it was going to play its scheduled game with Palisade. “It was kind of a whiteout in Glenwood,” Demon forward ...


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