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Janowitz goes from JV to varsity starter

By Patrick Bahr

It was hard, but Brooke Janowitz took it as a challenge. Janowitz, a starting guard for the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team, found herself in a difficult situation last season. Like a lot of juniors, she was playing on the ...


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Termentozzi determined to win

By Staff

When Taylor Termentozzi hit the mat last Saturday for his team’s annual Wildcat Invitational duals tournament, he looked like a different wrestler than the one who ended his season last February by going 1-2 at the Class 5A state ...


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Palisade sweeps wrestling triangular with big wins

By Staff

Palisade High School wrestled as if it might be making some amends Wednesday. After going 1-3 in last Saturday’s Wildcat Invitational duals tournament at Fruita Monument, including 39-36 losses to both Fruita and Central, the Bulldogs ...


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Tigers roll past Utes in rematch

By Patrick Bahr

Through the first four games of the season, the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team just didn’t look right. The Tigers were without Everett Robinson and Sam Morgan, but still, something was off. The Tigers opened 2-2, ...


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Palisade still trying to find its rhythm

By Staff

The Palisade High School boys basketball team had its moments on Tuesday. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they were too short and too far between. Aspen, conversely, took well advantage of its opportunities to make some scoring runs in the ...


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Paonia girls win AAU championship

By Patrick Bahr

The Paonia Lady Eagles knew their strengths all season were defense and experience. Sunday, the Eagles rode those key points to a 30-23 victory in the championship game of the Mesa County Junior Women’s Basketball Association 7th/8th ...


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Wild on the swimming mat

By Patrick Bahr

In sports, no two teams will ever have the same personalty. That is why building team chemistry is so important for coaches. Saturday at the Southwestern League relays, most coaches took the opportunity to open the girls swim season as a way ...


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GJ finds enough intensity to win

By Patrick Bahr

Is it too early for the Grand Junction boys basketball team to be at a crossroads? The Tigers finished the Warrior Challenge 2-1 by defeating Douglas County 52-34 on Saturday at Central High School. The weekend puts Grand Junction’s ...


Kame in command in Central’s victory

By Patrick Bahr

Although Central’s double digit wins over Horizon and Douglas County were impressive during the first two days of the Warrior Challenge boys basketball tournament, it was Saturday’s matchup with Bear Creek that was going to be the ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup December 07, 2008

By Staff

Prep Wrestling • John Wisniewski couldn’t help but think a few weeks down the road. Based on the performance of his Rifle High School wrestling team in Saturday’s season-opening Wildcat Invitational duals tournament, ...


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