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Whatever it takes: Kenagy helps Fruita with his jack-of-all trades ability

By Patrick Bahr

Tyler Kenagy is a glue player. The 6-foot-2 Fruita Monument High School senior forward fills holes and fixes cracks for the Wildcats with his ability to do a lot of different things well on the court. According to Fruita Monument coach Dave ...

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Hitting the Jackpot: GJ’s Reed ready to wrestle at Jackpot Duals

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Dylan Reed doesn’t plan to miss the Jackpot Duals this time. The Grand Junction High School senior hopes to win the 215-pound weight class in the valley-wide tournament, which begins at 5:30 this evening at Palisade High School. Reed, ...

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Bulldogs begin second half of season with win over Warriors

By Patrick Bahr

After losing five straight games before the holiday break, the Palisade High School girls basketball team wanted to begin the second half of their season the right way. Tuesday at Central High School, the Bulldogs did just that. Palisade ...

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Working in transition: Warriors use fast-break baskets in second quarter to top Bulldogs

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team could feel the momentum swinging and ran with it. Fueled by transition baskets, the Warriors went on a 17-4 run in the second quarter Tuesday night to defeat Palisade 53-49 at Central High ...

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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Olathe adds second state football title to its collection

By Patrick Bahr

The Olathe High School football team wasn’t favored to win a state title in 2010. The Pirates did just that, though, edging Brush 14-13 in the Class 2A state championship Dec. 4 at Legacy Stadium. “We were excited to have another ...


SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Mental toughness helps GJ’s Weinberg win No. 1 singles crown

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School tennis player Spencer Weinberg is the opposite of many No. 1 singles players. Weinberg, a sophomore, isn’t all about power, trying to bully every opponent into submission. Weinberg plays a mentally tough, ...

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SPORTS STORIES OF 2010: Playing as a team nets Paonia girls basketball championship

By Patrick Bahr

It was a dream season for the Paonia High School girls basketball team. The Eagles won the 2010 girls state basketball championship with a 43-39 victory over Akron on March 13 at Massari Arena on the campus of CSU-Pueblo. Paonia’s ...

Rubalcaba on Denver Post’s All-Colorado football team

By Staff

Sean Rubalcaba showed this past fall just what he can do when he’s healthy. A broken leg cost him most of his sophomore season for the Grand Junction High School football team, but he stayed away from injuries this season, and he and ...

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Good move: Led by Cordova, Rifle likes its chances in Class 3A

By Patrick Bahr

The Rifle High School girls basketball team stormed through the Class 4A Western Slope League last season. The Bears finished 10-0 in league and advanced into the Sweet 16 of the 4A playoffs, eventually losing to Cheyenne Mountain ...

Prep Notebook: Wildcats hit break with focus on balance

By Staff

Entering the season, the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team wanted to keep the momentum of last season’s 10-0 run in the Southwestern League going. Despite little roster turnover and three returning starters, including SWL ...

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