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Showing their teeth: Tigers’ defense shuts down Central in easy victory

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No matter what the Central High School boys basketball team tried, it didn’t seem to work. Grand Junction limited the Warriors to 37 percent shooting and forced more than two dozen turnovers Tuesday night to roll to a 62-33 Southwestern ...

Kenagy leads ‘Cats past Indians

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team needed a big game Tuesday night from Tyler Kenagy. The Wildcats got just that. Kenagy had 11 points and seven assists in a 68-50 victory over the Indians at Fruita. “Tyler Kenagy ...

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One bad frame: Poor third quarter hurts Fruita girls in loss

By Patrick Bahr

There are always moments athletes would like to have back. Tuesday night against Montrose, the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team wishes it could have a do-over on the third quarter. The Wildcats were outscored 13-4, and it ...

Prep Notebook: Pirates and Bears expect to play again in districts

By Staff

The matchup between the girls basketball teams from Olathe and Rifle didn’t disappoint. Saturday in Olathe, the Bears won a hard-fought game 44-43, sealing the victory in the final seconds with a steal from Cortney Cordova. Rifle and ...

Grand Junction girls overcome injuries to top rival Central

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First, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team had to figure out how to play without junior guard Jamie Derrieux. Now, the Tigers are trying to figure out how to play without another starter, Kricket Adleman. Despite the ...

Warriors’ Walters to play softball in Dodge City (Kan.)

By Patrick Bahr

Alexis Walters is fulfilling a childhood prediction. Tuesday at Central High School, the Warriors’ pitcher signed a national letter of intent to play softball for Dodge City (Kan.) Community College. “It’s been my dream ...

Grand Valley boys use tough defense to top Palisade

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — The high-octane offense of the Grand Valley High School boys basketball team switched to a methodical approach to its advantage Tuesday night. The Palisade Bulldogs found that out the hard way. The Class 3A Cardinals held ...

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Following footsteps: Grand Junction’s Casey Burns is a third-generation player

By Patrick Bahr

Casey Burns has thought about playing basketball for Grand Junction High School for a long time. Burns, a junior starter for the Tigers, is a third-generation athlete at Grand Junction High School, following in the footsteps of his father, ...

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Marsh rejoins Mesa State football staff: Leaving Fruita after one year ‘hardest decision’

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Monday morning wasn’t the best for Shawn Marsh. The Fruita Monument High School head football coach had to meet with his team and tell the Wildcats that, after only one season, he was leaving. “It was a terrible morning for ...

Maintaining momentum: Palisade builds on win over Sailors by topping Moffat County

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Saturday’s game could have been a letdown for the Palisade High School boys basketball team. The Bulldogs, though, didn’t let it happen. Less than 24 hours after they upended Steamboat Springs for the first time in four years, ...

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