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CHSAA proposal would alter playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

Issues facing high schools on the Western Slope could begin with geography, Assistant Commissioner Bert Borgmann said Wednesday. The state playoffs are based on a seeding system, where the team with the best record is awarded the top seed. ...


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Young Fruita team stays undefeated in SWL

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dallas Bernal grew up in a wrestling family. He was in pee wee wrestling, but when he started wrestling on the Fruita Monument High School varsity as a freshman this season, he was still intimidated. He’s not anymore. Bernal is one of ...


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GJ girls work overtime to top Moffat County

By Patrick Bahr

It wasn’t exactly the way Grand Junction girls coach Sam Provenza drew it up, but it worked. With less than 10 seconds remaining in the Tigers’ game Tuesday with Moffat County, Grand Junction trailed by two. After a botched play, ...


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GJ girls show new attitude in win

By Patrick Bahr

A four-minute scoring drought is never a good thing. In the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team’s game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson, the Tigers led 12-8 heading into the second quarter. Grand Junction was hoping to ...


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Eleven point lead vanishes in overtime loss for Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction boys basketball coach Dutch Johnson sees the end of the Tigers’ game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson quite clearly. “They did everything right and we did everything wrong,” Johnson said. The Tigers ...


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Central wrestler keeping in touch despite distance from U.S. to Afghanistan

By Staff

Even though his father is half a world away, Mical Kramer knows his dad is keeping track of what he does on the wrestling mat. Mical Kramer got used to having his father, Frank, being an active part of his athletic career. As a Central High ...


Montrose wins own tourney

By Staff

MONTROSE — If there’s a tournament that a wrestling team hopes to win during the regular season, it would be its own invitational. Winning four matches in the championship round goes a long way toward that quest. Montrose ...


Demons keep Odneal in check for win

By Staff

After a close first quarter Saturday, the Glenwood Springs girls basketball team locked in its defense and shut down Palisade 58-48. The Demons took an early 7-6 lead but the Bulldogs hopped on the backs of their senior combination of Holly ...


Bulldogs come up four points short

By Staff

After battling back from an early deficit, the winless Palisade High School boys basketball team battled back Saturday night against Glenwood Springs but couldn’t pull out the victory, falling 54-50 at Palisade. The Bulldogs trailed by ...


Edmiston plays well, but Rifle tops ’Dogs

By Patrick Bahr

Jacob Edmiston is a tough basketball player. The Palisade senior is not blessed with great height, as he’s listed at 6-foot-2. However, that didn’t stop Edmiston from pulling down 16 rebounds Friday in a 67-61 loss to Rifle at ...


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