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Ability, attitude, grades, team chemistry all part of making prep rosters

By Patrick Bahr

A lot of titles can go along with being a high school coach: teacher, athletic trainer, bus driver and equipment repairman. But for the first week of basketball practice, coaches become general managers, attempting to put together their team ...


Area students balance school, sports

By Staff

Hannah Tredway had a goal. By entering an International Baccalaureate Program and maintaining a solid grade-point average, she could get into almost any college she wanted in a couple of years. “That’s one of the reasons I made ...


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Ground game as important for Glenwood as aerial attack

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  The first thing that comes to mind when fans think about this season’s Glenwood Springs High School football team is its passing game. For good reason. The Demons have passed for more than 2,300 yards this ...


Montrose dominates SWL volleyball team

By Staff

Winning the Southwestern League title and reaching the state tournament earned the Montrose High School volleyball team numerous postseason awards as the SWL’s 2008 all-league team was announced Tuesday. Ana Finley, a senior, was ...


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Sports: Prep Notebook November 18, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

Montrose’s football team can relate to something Florida State coach Bobby Bowden said. One of the winningest coach in Division I college football once remarked, “To have the kind of year you want to have, something has to happen ...


Fruita’s Miller heads All-SWC first team

By Patrick Bahr

Scott Miller gave Fruita Monument a little bit of everything offensively this past season. The 6-foot-5 senior moved from wide receiver last season to tight end and provided the Wildcats a solid blocking cog in the running game, as well as a ...


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Central’s Rachel Romine signs letter of intent to play for Mavs

By Staff

Rachel Romine was 10 years old when her father David took her and her sisters, Danielle and Jessica, to their first Mesa State College softball game. Even then, she was awed by the program and about playing college softball. The Central High ...


Glenwood outshines defending champions

By Staff

BERTHOUD — In an other-worldly quarterback battle typically reserved for players in the college or pro ranks, Glenwood Springs senior Dakota Stonehouse was slightly better than his Berthoud counterpart Jordan Major. That edge was enough ...


Key turnovers plague Indians

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — Turnovers in football are a self-destruct button: commit too many and a team’s chances of winning explode. In Saturday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal game between Greeley West and Montrose, the Indians committed ...


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Indians’ offense doesn’t surprise Greeley West

By Staff

MONTROSE — In Todd Casebier’s years as a head football coach, his teams have been known for having a power ground game. In an attempt to throw a curveball to the Greeley West defense in Saturday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal ...


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