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Fallen Eagles: Defending champion Paonia loses in 2A regional

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The Paonia High School girls basketball team had overcome its youth this season by wearing down its opponents. Sargent may have been the fifth seed from its district, but the Farmers were up to the challenge of facing the defending Class 2A ...

Palisade well-represented on all-league teams

By Staff

Palisade had three boys basketball players, three girls basketball player and nine wrestlers selected to the Western Slope League All-Conference team. Kane Gunther made the boys basketball all-conference first team. Gabe Hellmann and Caleb ...

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Pirates hold on to advance to 3A regional final

By William Woody

OLATHE — Olathe advanced to the finals of the Class 3A regional tournament Friday night with a 72-66 win over Bayfield. The Pirates (19-4) play Machebeuf (17-6) at 1 this afternoon, with the winner advancing to the Great 8 of the state ...

Grand Junction girls fall to top-seeded ThunderRidge

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — As they left the court of the Denver Coliseum, the red faces of the Grand Junction High School girls basketball players were from a combination of tears, exhaustion and frustration. Friday in the Great 8 of the Class 5A Carol ...

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State title chase begins for Class 3A, 2A and 1A hoops teams

By Patrick Bahr

This is all still new for the Rifle High School girls basketball team. The Bears (22-0) have thrived in their first year in Class 3A earning the No. 2 overall seed in the 3A state playoffs. The Bears host a sub-region this weekend, beginning ...

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Denver Coliseum’s grand stage doesn’t scare Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

The bright lights of the big arena won’t be a problem. Playing in the Denver Coliseum tonight against ThunderRidge shouldn’t affect the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team. “There is a lot of space in those ...

Falcons’ height, speed too much for Wildcats

By Staff

It didn’t seem to matter what offense or defense the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team played Wednesday night. No matter what the Wildcats tried, they had no answer for the height and speed of Highlands Ranch. The ...

Brady’s big first quarter helps Tigers hold on vs. Palmer

By Staff

Grand Junction High School senior Fawn Brady showed how badly she wanted to keep her career going. Tuesday night in a Class 5A Sweet 16 playoff game at Palmer High School, Brady scored 13 points in the first quarter to put the Tigers ahead ...

Prep notebook: Players and coaches are ready to start soccer season

By Staff

The warmer weather couldn’t have come at a better time. Tryouts for spring sports began Monday and, in some cases, continue through this week. The warmer weather should help the four new coaches in the valley to see what their players ...

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A point well made: Daniels’ play at point guard a big plus for Wildcats

By Patrick Bahr

As your point guard goes, so goes your team. That’s the case for the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team. Led by two-year starter Tyler Daniels, the Wildcats (17-6) have won their past 20 Southwestern League games and play ...

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