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Fruita Monument volleyball player is True to her studies

By Staff

Bri True is considering a career in medicine, maybe as a nurse, possibly as a pediatrician. In order to achieve that goal, she knows her GPA is important. “I have to keep my grades up to get into the college I want,” the Fruita ...


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Double-elimination format allows Central to lose, still make it to state softball tourney

By Staff

Thank goodness for second chances. In years past, one loss in the regional tournament meant the end of a season for a high school softball team. The Colorado High School Activities Association softball committee changed its postseason into a ...


Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup October 11, 2008

By Staff

Football • Bulldogs roll past Panthers Palisade flexed its muscle Friday night in a big first half. The Bulldogs jumped to a 53-0 halftime lead over Montezuma-Cortez in Palisade’s 59-3 rout in Cortez. The win improved the ...


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Central’s Brown rallies to beat Gartner; six Tigers reach regional finals

By Patrick Bahr

By PATRICK BAHR When the draw came out for the Class 5A Region 7 tennis tournament at the Elliott Tennis Center, Isaac Brown knew he was in for a battle. Central High School’s No. 1 singles player saw he would be playing Grand ...


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Tigers bounce back from loss with shutout

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction was looking to respond after a last week’s tough loss to Cherry Creek. Did the Tigers ever respond. Grand Junction (2-5, 1-1 Southwestern Conference) routed Durango 37-0 on Friday at Stocker Stadium. “This was a ...


Montrose roughs up Central

By Staff

MONTROSE — Comparing the Montrose High School football team’s results to those of the other Southwestern Conference opponents at this point in the season was like using the old apples vs. oranges analogy. If Friday night was any ...


Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup October 10, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball •  ’Cats have a successful night It was a good night in many ways. The Fruita Monument High School girls volleyball team raised $1,400 for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation during its three-game sweep ...


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Wildcats fumble away win with costly miscues

By Staff

In a span of only 15 seconds, the fortunes of the Fruita Monument High School football team changed dramatically on Thursday. The Wildcats had a chance to pull to within 14-7 of visiting Douglas County early in the second quarter. Boom, ...


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Grand Junction’s Slauson unexpectedly crowned valley’s best runner

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kelsey Slauson didn’t expect to win the District 51 Cross Country Championships or make a mark in history. The Grand Junction High School freshman did both, however, Thursday at Canyon View Park. Slauson passed Fruita Monument’s ...


Sports: Prep Notes- Numbers October 09, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

Lacrosse is a sport that is growing in popularity across the nation, including right here in Grand Junction. Lacrosse will be added as a spring sport this year in School District 51. There will be one boys team and one girls team for all ...


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