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Youthful Palisade falls to Steamboat Springs

By Patrick Bahr

Rolando Vargus has had a busy season. Palisade’s senior goalkeeper has had pressure on him in most games as the young Bulldogs (1-12, 0-10 Western Slope Conference) have struggled at times this season to keep the ball away from ...


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Stern hopes to continue strokes at state golf

By Staff

Mark Stern saved his best for when he needed it the most. The Grand Junction High School junior golfer had shot one round in the 70s during the prep regular season. In order to qualify for the Class 5A state tournament, he knew he’d ...


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Central softball team shows might in final

By Staff

The Central High School softball team wasn’t just seeking to win the Southwestern League title when the Warriors closed out their regular season Saturday against Montezuma-Cortez. Central wanted to give itself an excellent chance of ...


Best football to watch for around the state

By Patrick Bahr

With time winding down and late fall approaching upon the regular season of high school football, there is beginning to be a sense of urgency around the state. Teams are trying to make their final push to capture conferences or earn important ...


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Palisade Bulldogs reman undefeated with win over Delta

By Staff

Disregarding the opening drive, it took the Palisade High School football team one half to figure out the Delta defense. The Bulldogs came out of the halftime locker room with a different game plan, one that worked very effectively as ...


Briefs: Local Prep Roundup October 04, 2008

By Staff

It wasn’t an easy win, but Fruita Monument High School football team got it done. The Wildcats traveled to Durango and defeated the Demons 34-15. “They are a team that is trying to get their first win so it is a pretty tough to ...


Warriors lose wild game to Eaglecrest at Stocker Stadium

By Patrick Bahr

The success of a football team is traditionally broken down into three phases: offense, defense and special teams. If any of those parts don’t perform well, it can be hard to win the game, which is something Central saw firsthand Friday ...


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Tigers sweep DH from Cortez with clutch hits and some long blasts

By Staff

A close call and a romp. The Grand Junction High School softball team experienced both Friday at Kronkright Complex in a doubleheader against Montezuma-Cortez. The Tigers won the first game 5-4 on a walk-off single and cruised to a 20-7 ...


Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup October 03, 2008

By Staff

Prep Volleyball • Battle Mountain got the early momentum and defeated Palisade 25-19, 25-16, 25-23 in Eagle-Vail on Thursday. It was the Huskies’ second victory over the Bulldogs this season. Palisade (6-7, 5-4 Class 4A ...


Tigers tune up for tennis regionals with sweep of Wildcats

By Patrick Bahr

It was a change that had to be made. Thursday’s tennis match between Grand Junction and Fruita Monument was originally scheduled for September 11 before Grand Junction coach Carol Elliott took a closer look at the Tigers’ ...


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