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Tigers’ telling time: Grand Junction to see if its work has paid off vs. Regis Jesuit

By Patrick Bahr

Robbie Owens and Mark Nolan have spent the past week breaking down each other’s football teams. The head coaches at Grand Junction and Regis Jesuit will see just how well they’ve done at 6 tonight at Stocker Stadium in the Class ...

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Central’s Mikayla Duffy signs letter to play softball at Northern Colorado

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School senior Mikayla Duffy had options on where she wanted to attend college and play softball. Duffy chose to go to the school where she had options. Wednesday at Central High School, Duffy signed her national letter of intent ...


Contain is the challenge: GJ’s mission is stopping Regis Jesuit’s high-powered offense

By Patrick Bahr

The challenge has been laid out for the Grand Junction defense. Friday night at Stocker Stadium, the No. 10 Tigers (10-1) face No. 2 Regis Jesuit (11-0) in the quarterfinals of the Class 5A playoffs. Kickoff is at 6 p.m., with the gates ...

Crossover of football, basketball seasons make practice time tough for Tigers

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team’s practice Tuesday wasn’t a good time to get a grasp of the 2010-11 roster. With the Tigers’ football team in the quarterfinals of the Class 5A playoffs, the basketball ...

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Central girls basketball team learning on the fly

By Patrick Bahr

The official start for winter sports practices was Nov. 12. The first game for Central High School’s girls basketball team is Dec. 4 at home against Pine Creek High School. That’s not much time for a group with only one starter ...

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Pirates’ pursuit: Olathe doubles up Bennett in Class 2A playoff opener

By William Woody

OLATHE — Kyle Piatt and the Olathe High School football team took control Saturday, toppling Bennett 42-21 in the Pirates’ pursuit of another deep run in the Class 2A playoffs. Piatt scored the Pirates’ first touchdown at ...

Glenwood Springs’ defense too much for Englewood in 3A football playoffs

By Jon Mitchell

GLENWOOD SPRINGS —  Glenwood Springs High School’s football team had no trouble scoring during its Class 3A first-round playoff game Saturday against Englewood. The Demons’ defense set the tone for that to ...

Mistakes costly for Paonia in playoff loss to Limon

By Patrick Bahr

PAONIA — The No. 12 Paonia High School football team had to play close to perfect to keep advancing in the Class 1A playoffs. Saturday at Dan Lawrence Field, the Eagles made too many costly mistakes against perennial Class 1A power ...

Hotchkiss routs Lyons, must travel to Burlington in 1A football playoffs

By Staff

LYONS — A bevy of can’t-miss signs lined the road Saturday to Lyons High School. One read: “This is Lyons Country.” Another: “Refuse to Lose.” And another: “Danger, hungry Lions ahead.” The ...

Eagle Valley falls short of state finals in volleyball

By Staff

Eagle Valley fell two points short of playing for a state volleyball title Saturday in the Class 4A semifinals at the Denver Coliseum. The Devils lost 23-25, 22-25,  25-19, 25-19, 15-13 to Roosevelt. The Devils were the only Western ...

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