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Top-ranked Rampart runs past Fruita Monument boys

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The Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team found out exactly how good a No. 1 team is. Thursday, the Wildcat lost to Rampart, MaxPreps.com’s top-ranked team, 99-48 in Colorado Springs. “They shoot the lights out,” ...

Hitting the Jackpot: Grand Valley has plenty of parity when it comes to wrestling

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In the Grand Valley, there is a lot of parity on the wrestling mat. Thursday at Grand Junction High School, the Jackpot Duals proved Grand Junction, Central, Fruita Monument and Palisade are all pretty dangerous. Fruita Monument edged out ...

Not afraid to exert himself: Solid work ethic defines Fruita’s Jeff Gonzales

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Jeff Gonzales received a pair of handmade polka-dotted shorts from a girlfriend right before a high school regional wrestling tournament last season. The Fruita Monument High School wrestler wore them in warm-ups, then went on to qualify for ...

Prep basketball scores, Jan. 5, 2010

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Girls Central 67, Glenwood Springs 41 GLENWOOD SPRINGS Lexie Warkentin 3 4-5 10, Cassidy Gaddis 2 2-2 7, Holly Brown 0 0-0 0, Hannah McDermott 2 1-1 5, Kenzie Kuhn 3 5-6 14, McKenzie Nelson-Buehler 1 0-0 2, Connor Adams 1 0-0 2, Kristy Moore ...

The difference of a year: Growth spurts, offseason work help Gunther, Hall improve

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Palisade High School boys basketball players Caleb Hall and Kane Gunther weren’t eased into varsity basketball. They never got to be the last players on the varsity bench, observing what varsity basketball is like. Hall and Gunther ...

Unlikely hero: Whaley’s clutch basket helps Central top Glenwood

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When the Central High School boys basketball team needs a crucial basket, sophomore Connor Whaley isn’t usually the first choice. Entering Tuesday night’s make-up game against Glenwood Springs, Whaley was averaging 1.5 points in ...

Fruita’s Moore fired as football coach

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The move to Class 5A football hasn’t been very kind to the Fruita Monument High School football team. Fruita Monument administration fired coach Bill Moore on Tuesday after 12 seasons, Moore told the Daily Sentinel. The Wildcats have ...

High school basketball league play gets started

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This weekend marks the beginning of the important games for boys and girls basketball teams in the Western Slope League Classes 4A, 3A and 2A/1A. Although most coaches will say “every game is important,” these are the ones that ...

Making a choice: Choosing where to go for college athletics is a personal decision

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Grand Junction High School’s Aaron Berk isn’t afraid to talk about his goals when it comes to his career path. Berk wants to play professional baseball, and doesn’t care how he gets there. With that in my mind, the talented ...

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Rule change helps hoops teams stay in shape

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The winter high school sports season in Colorado has always been broken into before Christmas, and after Christmas. Traditionally the three weeks of competition to begin the season would come to a screeching halt because of a no contact rule ...

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