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Pal G soc v Eagle V 4-27-9

Bulldogs hit stride in soccer

By Staff

For a while, the Palisade High School girls soccer team couldn’t find a way to score. The Bulldogs lost three players to injury and subsequently went three games without scoring. Out of necessity, coach Luann Ehlers was forced to ...

Briefs: Prep Roundup April 26, 2009

By Staff

High School Soccer • Central rallies past Panthers in OT Central High School came back from a 1-0 deficit Saturday to beat Montezuma-Cortez 2-1 in overtime. Ariana Herrera scored the tying goal for the Warriors and Ashley Paul scored ...

Cent Bb v Dur 4-25-9

Durango pounds out hits to top Central

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School’s baseball team’s game with Durango came down to the coulds and could nots. Saturday at Canyon View Park, Durango could hit the ball wherever it wanted to, and Central could not seem to match it. Durango ended ...

Pal BB V Glenw 4-25-9

Sweep allows Palisade to clinch 4A playoff berth

By Staff

With four teams jockeying for the two remaining playoff spots in the Class 4A Western Slope League baseball race, Palisade and Glenwood Springs entered Saturday’s doubleheader at Suplizio Field believing a sweep was imperative. Palisade ...

Briefs: Prep Roundup April 25, 2009

By Staff

SOCCER • Moore’s net play key in Central tie Often in soccer, a game ends up in the hands of a goalie. For the Central High School girls soccer team, those are the dependable hands of goaltender Savannah Moore, who stopped ...


Durango’s nine-run first inning the catalyst in rout of ’Cats

By Patrick Bahr

The first batter can say a lot about how a baseball game will turn out. Durango’s leadoff hitter, Tyler McKnight, laced a single to center field to open Friday’s Southwestern League game against Fruita Monument at Canyon View ...

GJ Track Mim 4-24-9

Sprinters, relay teams help Tigers win District girls title

By Staff

If the Grand Junction High School sprinters are seeking competition, they generally don’t need to look any further than the person in either lane beside them four days a week. “They work hard in practice,” Tigers head coach ...


Josey’s big bat has been a big help for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

The “Outlaw” Riley Josey lives by his bat and is an army of one. The Palisade baseball player picked up the nickname from Bulldogs’ coach Steve Moore, referring to the Clint Eastwood movie, “The Outlaw Josey ...


Offseason jump camp helps GJ’s Brown improve

By Staff

Randy Brown knew he was a good jumper. As with any athlete, however, he wanted to get better. Brown’s father found out about a track camp for jumpers in the San Diego area last summer. The extra coaching was just what Brown ...

Dist 51 Swim C Fisher 4-23

Swimming is a refuge for Fisher brothers

By Staff

Fortunately for Cody and Taylor Fisher, they have swimming to clear their heads. It’s been a tough few weeks for the District 51 Griffins swimmers. Three weeks ago, their father was admitted to a hospital in Denver for a kidney ...

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