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GJ rallies to win in Arizona tournament

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School baseball team scored two runs in the top of the seventh inning Thursday to defeat Scottsdale (Ariz.) Christian Academy 4-2 at the Arizona National Invitational Tournament in Phoenix. The Tigers trailed 2-0 after ...

Broderick Robinson headed to Kansas juco

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction High School basketball standout Broderick Robinson, who attracted attention from NCAA Division I programs, verbally committed Thursday to Northwest Kansas Technical College, a junior college in Goodland, Kan. Robinson said ...

Delay bothers ‘Cats in loss

By Matt Meyer

During the bottom of the second inning Wednesday evening, hail began falling, and thunder sounded at Canyon View Park. The Fruita Monument baseball team appeared unaffected after the half-hour delay and pieced together two runs in the bottom ...


Going the distance

By Dale Shrull

Grand Junction High School senior Greg Eccher had already put in a long day on the track when he hit the midway point of the 3,200-meter run at the Warrior Wild West Invitational track and field meet Wednesday. His longtime distance running ...


Just pitching in

By Matt Meyer

This is certainly not the Central baseball team’s pitching staff of 2013 that leaned heavily on ace Noah Sanchez. The 2014 edition of the Warriors’ staff is scary deep, and outside of one slip-up against Fruita Monument, has ...

Fourteen-run seventh inning rallies Grand Junction to win

By Staff

Trailing 10-5 going into the top of the seventh inning Tuesday, the Grand Junction High School baseball team staged a big comeback in the Arizona Invitational Tournament. Actually, it was a gigantic comeback. The Tigers scored 14 runs in the ...


Cruz Maestas: Play on, Bulldogs

By Dale Shrull

It’s the eerie singular noise that every athlete dreads. Few hear it, but the ones who do will never forget it. When Cruz Maestas heard the “pop” in her right knee, she knew. Soccer season done, high school athletic career ...

Coaches vote Gates onto WSL hoops team

By Staff

In a classy, heartfelt move, the Class 3A Western Slope League boys basketball coaches included Cedaredge High School’s Reid Gates as an honorary selection on the 2014 All-WSL team. Gates was a standout basketball player and all-around ...


Above everything else, it’s about the team

By Dale Shrull

It’s a friendly competition between teammates. Delta High School senior Bryanna Music roots for Delta freshman Lily Lockhart to win the discus. And Lockhart roots for Music to win the shot put. They went one-two in the shot put at the ...


Tigers’ trifecta

By Matt Meyer

In the Southwestern League, you’d be hard-pressed to find three better hitters in the heart of the batting order than Grand Junction’s Tristan Lafferty, Owen Taylor and Tyler Heinsma. Lafferty and Heinsma, while both solid hitters ...

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