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Demons show they’re legit

By Staff

Entering Friday’s Southwestern Conference football game against Fruita Monument, there might have been some questions about whether Durango High School’s 5-0 record was legitimate. The Demons had played three of their ...


Central rallies past Raptors

By Staff

The Central High School football team squared its record Friday with a 28-21 nonconference victory over Eaglecrest at the Stutler Bowl. The Warriors spotted the Raptors the first 21 points but Central got a fumble recovery in the end zone and ...


Tigers sweep regional tennis

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Several Grand Junction High School tennis players accomplished career firsts. Together, they completed a rare sweep of the Class 5A Region 8 boys tournament. The Tigers won the team title with 84 points and qualified the entire team for the ...


Tigers lose another QB, game

By Staff

Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens has been telling college and high school coaches that Kain Colter is the best football player in the state. Colter, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound senior quarterback for Cherry Creek, did a lot ...


Bulldogs slip past Rifle

By Staff

The Palisade High School softball team earned its second one-run victory over Rifle in eight days Thursday as the Bulldogs defeated the Bears 3-2 in Rifle. Palisade scored one run in the top of the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie. Both teams ...


Road wins add up for Montrose

By Staff

The Montrose High School soccer team has adopted a theme for the fall. “Our motto this season has been ‘road warriors,’ ” Indians senior forward and captain Ricky Zatarain said. Playing in Grand Junction has sure done ...


Cousins meet in semis

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Tom Johnson couldn’t wait to see the brackets for the Class 5A Region 8 tennis tournament. The Mountain Vista High School senior wasn’t looking to analyze his chances of a return trip to the state championships as much as he was ...


Shuffle doesn’t stop GJ tennis team

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Heading into the season, the Grand Junction High School tennis team was set up for success in the singles position. With freshman Spencer Weinberg taking over at No. 1 singles, that allowed the top two players from last year, Parker Hegstrom ...


Errors spoil Fruita’s solid start in loss to Central

By Patrick Bahr

The more errors a team commits, the less likely it is that team will win. Tuesday night at Bergman Field, Fruita Monument played a flawless first three innings against Central and found itself up 3-0. But three innings, seven errors and 14 ...


Grider struggles on Day 2 at state golf

By Staff

Ethan Grider couldn’t duplicate the success he had the first day at the Class 5A state golf tournament at Saddle Rock Golf Club in Aurora. After ending Day 1 in fifth place, Grider shot a 13-over-par 85, which left him tied for 31st ...


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