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In Brief: Squibb to finish school year as Fruita athletic director

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Denny Squibb has taken over as athletic director at Fruita Monument High School for the remainder of the school year. Last month, Squibb replaced Pat Noland on an interim basis when Noland took a personal leave. Noland has resigned as ...


101609 state tennis

Reicks, Morgan on a roll

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DENVER—The Grand Junction High School tandem of Charlie Reicks and Sam Morgan are a well-tuned machine on the tennis court. The seniors form the top doubles team for the Tigers, which should come as no surprise, given that this is their ...


Palisade can’t for 4A regional to start

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A two-run difference got Palisade into the postseason. By defeating Rifle by a total of two runs (5-4, 3-2), the Bulldogs clinched their first Class 4A softball postseason berth since 2004. “I’ve been talking to the girls and ...


Martinez uses kick to win district title

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From the opening gun, Fruita Monument’s Woody Seagren and Palisade’s Kevin Martinez ran step for step. At Thursday’s District 51 championships cross country race, Seagren and Martinez weaved their way around the course at ...


Fruita SB File 10-29-9

Softball season starts anew

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It’s win or go home this weekend for high school softball teams across the state. Fruita Monument, Grand Junction and Central play in Saturday’s Class 5A regional softball tournaments at Canyon View Park. Fruita Monument and ...


‘Cats confident heading to state tennis tourney

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The Grand Junction High School tennis team dominated the regional tournament last weekend. The Tigers took first in every division, with each win coming in straight sets. With that performance, Grand Junction has its entire team competing in ...


Sideline chatter: On the road ... again

By Staff

The road can be an unforgiving foe. In high school football, a road trip can range from a 10-minute ride to the stadium to an eight-hour bus trip. In Western Colorado, that can be taken to the extreme, with teams routinely making a four-hour ...


Lacrosse’s growth prompts addition of varsity teams

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The Grand Valley United high school lacrosse team known as the Lightning has disbanded. Instead, there will be two boys and two girls high school lacrosse teams in the valley this spring, an example of how the sport continues to grow in the ...


Practice pays off for Tigers in 2-1 win

By Staff

Monday afternoon, Grand Junction High School defender Matt Leach spent a half hour kicking balls at the goal from outside the penalty area. Tuesday night, the practice paid off when Leach scored the winning goal for the Tigers in a 2-1 win ...


Warriors’ focus leads to victory

By Staff

There were a lot of things that could have distracted the Central High School volleyball team Tuesday. It’s homecoming week. Having defeated Grand Junction 3-1 in the teams’ earlier Southwestern League matchup three weeks ago, the ...


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