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Class 2A title game participants thrive on running the ball

By Patrick Bahr

The Class 2A state championship will be a matchup of power. When Erie and Olathe kick off at 11 this morning at Legacy Stadium at Cherokee Trail High School in Aurora, both teams look to continue on what has gotten them this far, running the ...


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Smashmouth style suits Olathe football team

By Patrick Bahr

Olathe High School’s football team is not used to this kind of success. With the Pirates’ 14-6 victory over Faith Christian last Saturday, Olathe advanced into Saturday’s 2A state champion with the opportunity to win the ...


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Hard work has led Demons into title game

By Staff

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The numbers were thin for the 1997 football season. The school had a decision to make. Making players’ safety its primary concern, Glenwood Springs High School made the difficult decision to suspend its varsity ...


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Robinson adds to repertoire, ready to lead GJ

By Patrick Bahr

Boys Conceivably, Grand Junction’s boys basketball team could have 6-foot-4 Everett Robinson be the shortest player on the court. Although the Tigers lost four seniors from last year’s team, Grand Junction coach Dutch Johnson is ...


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Pair of new coaches bring different styles to Palisade hoops teams

By Patrick Bahr

Boys Palisade’s new boys basketball coach Steve Phillips has brought a change of pace to the Bulldogs’ program. Gone is the dribble-drive, attacking offense focused on layups and 3-pointers. In its place is a defensive ...


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Surrounded by talent, Warriors have impressed coach

By Patrick Bahr

Girls Rarely are coaches blessed with the kind of athletic talent in their first year at the school that Todd Dixon has at Central High School. The Warriors are coming off a 19-5 season, lost two seniors and return a group of solid ...


Colleen King tops WSL team in volleyball

By Staff

As a sophomore, Colleen King of Steamboat Springs was selected as a first-team all-conference setter in the Class 4A Western Slope League. King is the only repeat selection on this year’s all-conference first team. The all-conference ...


D-I calls Lane and Hardman for wrestling talent

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s rare when a small-school student-athlete signs a letter of intent to compete at a Division I institution. It’s even more rare when two student-athletes from the same small school go Division I, but Norwood High School’s ...


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Former GJ player Stark wants to prepare for collegiate game

By Patrick Bahr

For Emily Stark it came down to five deciding factors to where the 6-foot-5 basketball player would go to college. Stark, who played for Grand Junction as a freshman, sophomore and junior, in no specific order looked at what the highest level ...


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Fruita standouts have high hopes for boys; girls seek consistency

By Patrick Bahr

Boys Fruita Monument has a few aces up its sleeve for the upcoming boys basketball season. With six seniors departed, the Wildcats will have to rely on some new faces this winter. But for high school fans in the valley, these faces will ...


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