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Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup September 10, 2008

By Staff

Softball • The Central High School softball pitchers aren’t getting their normal workout this season. The Warriors have played only four games this season that lasted more than five innings. They’re not complaining, ...


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Volleyball match beteween Central and Montrose proves to be a battle.

By Patrick Bahr

The Montrose and Central high school volleyball teams expected their match Tuesday night to be a battle. Both teams were right. The Indians and Tigers battled back and forth for five games with Central coming out on top at its home gym 3-2, ...


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Coaching upheaval doesn’t affect ’Cats in SWL opener

By Staff

Talk about your roller-coaster day for the Fruita Monument High School softball team. By mid-afternoon on Tuesday, the school had relieved Wildcats head coach Billy Johnson and one of his assistants, Kevin Chirdon, of their coaching duties ...


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Frustration doesn’t hold back Fruita golf team

By Staff

By early Monday afternoon, Fruita Monument High School golf coach Dave Fox wasn’t the picture of optimism. His team was struggling through its round of the Wildcat Invitational tournament at Adobe Creek National Golf Course. One player ...


Second weekend of football produced a lot of admirable performances.

By Patrick Bahr

The second weekend of high school and college football in Colorado produced a lot of admirable performances by individuals and teams, whether it was Colorado State freshman kicker Ben Deline hitting a late field goal to get the Rams their ...


Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup September 07, 2008

By Staff

Football • LAKEWOOD — Fruita Monument saw first-hand why Bear Creek is a favorite this season to challenge for the Class 5A state football title. Bear Creek, a 5A state semifinalist last season, which returns 10 ...


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Grand Junction No. 2 doubles team proves its worth against tough competition at Western Slope Invita

By Patrick Bahr

Even though Grand Junction’s No. 2 doubles team of Jake Frankhouser and Greg Coleman lost, the defeat was the verification they needed. The pair fell to Fairview’s Will Lindsay and Christopher Cartwright 6-2, 7-5 in the No. 2 ...


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Fruita boys, girls win Warrior Cross-country Invite

By Staff

Part team sport and part individual, it’s easy from the outside to only see the individual side of cross country. The team aspect was apparent Friday at the Warrior Invitational at Long Family Memorial Park as fans, coaches and ...


Briefs: Prep Football Roundup September 06, 2008

By Staff

ARVADA — Tyler Palmer had the opportunity to see Pomona running back Donovan Bowens first-hand during a football camp the two were attending over the summer in Boulder. Seeing Bowens is one thing; stepping onto the field and trying to ...


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Longevity key for Aspen’s tennis program

By Patrick Bahr

The game of tennis is about the players. And for high school coaches, sometimes you get the players and sometimes you don’t. Right now Aspen has the players. The Skiers are led by freshmen at No. 1 and No. 2 singles in Brian Mehall ...


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