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Grand Valley’s Krieg will continue to run at Tulsa

By Patrick Bahr

Brandi Krieg signed her national letter of intent to run cross country and track at the University of Tulsa. Thursday, the Grand Valley High School senior choose the Golden Hurricanes over other Division I schools, including the University of ...

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Prep golf coaches use Palisade Invite to give youngsters a chance to play

By Patrick Bahr

The high school girls golf season is just getting started. Most Western Slope teams have been practicing for two weeks and took advantage of Thursday’s Palisade Invitational at Chipeta Golf Course to play some rounds against ...

Rifle routed by Eaton in 3A tourney

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — The Rifle High School girls basketball team ran into a buzzsaw Thursday night in the form of Eaton. The Reds, featuring three Cheney sisters, ran the Bears out of Colorado State University’s Moby Arena with a 50-34 ...

Palisade girls fall to Coal Ridge in soccer season opener

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls soccer team lost its season opener 2-1 at Coal Ridge. Thursday, the Bulldogs fell behind early when the Titans’ Paige Ryan scored midway through the first half. “This was the first time we put the ...

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Near no-no by GJ ace helps Tigers open with a win

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Stephen Baldwin showed he’s ready to take the role of staff ace this season. The Grand Junction High School junior struck out 11 batters and didn’t allow a hit Thursday as the Tigers rolled to a 16-1 victory over Prairie View in ...

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New Fruita girls lacrosse coach hopes players catch on quickly

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A little more than one week after being introduced to their new coach, the Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team begins its season. The Wildcats, who return all but four players, open Friday against Aspen at 3 p.m. at Canyon View ...

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Fruita Monument hopes new coach will lead soccer turnaround

By Patrick Bahr

Image is everything. After finishing 2-27-1 the past two seasons, the Fruita Monument High School girls soccer team wants to change the culture. “We want to bring a winning environment,” first-year Wildcats coach Eric Anderson ...

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Undefeated Rifle sets sights on rest of 3A field at state

By Patrick Bahr

Rifle High School girls basketball coach Stephanie Heald always knew what kind of team she had. The rest of Class 3A is finding out. The Bears (24-0) are the No. 2 seed in this weekend’s Great 8 of the 3A state tournament at Colorado ...

Prep Notebook: Fruita, GJ sweep top SWL honors

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s Drew Bridges has been a dominating player in the post the past two seasons. Tuesday, the Southwestern League coaches confirmed that, voting Bridges player of the year for the second straight season. Bridges’ ...

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High school baseball teams dismissing composite bats

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High school baseball is in the midst of change. It may not be noticeable when the season begins Thursday, but it will certainly take a different shape in 2012. The National Federation of High Schools is adopting a similar rule as the NCAA in ...

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