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Wildcats won’t count on ace in Friday’s rematch against Tigers

By Matt Meyer

Fruita Monument baseball coach Ray McLennan isn’t about to tip his hand. When asked who he’ll send to the mound Friday against Grand Junction, McLennan said he has a tough decision. “Either a left-hander or a ...


Fast start helps Grand Junction snap two-year losing streak against Fruita

By Matt Meyer

The last time Grand Junction beat Fruita Monument in a girls lacrosse match, Tia Sewell was in middle school. That changed Wednesday night, as Sewell’s scoring sparked a game-opening 9-0 run for the Tigers as they rolled to a 17-6 ...


Focusing on a victory

By Tim Harty

One day after an 81 left Aly Shuman disappointed, an 83 felt really good, as did getting inside any building with four walls. The wind that arose about halfway through the Wildcat Invitational girls golf tournament lifted scores higher than ...

Fruita soccer team earns third straight shutout win

By Jon Mitchell

Maddy Mueller’s goal to lead off Tuesday night’s scoring for Fruita Monument High School was an accident. Not that she’s complaining. “I’ve never done that before. I’ve never even practiced that before, ...

Palisade girls soccer team shuts out Eagle Valley

By Staff

Prep Girls Soccer Palisade shuts out Eagle Valley The Palisade High School defense didn’t allow a shot on goal as the Bulldogs defeated Eagle Valley 4-0 in 4A Western Slope League play Tuesday. Sami Feller scored two goals, and Ali ...


‘Cats blank Tigers

By Matt Meyer

Trey Morrill’s three-run home run to the deepest part of Suplizio Field in the first inning was more than the Fruita Monument High School baseball team needed Tuesday night. His long fly ball sailed over the fence just left of center ...


Late start benefits Rifle golfers

By Tim Harty

Elly Walters didn’t like the way she finished her round, but everything else about her season debut signaled the Rifle High School sophomore is ready to shoot some low scores on area golf courses this season. Walters had two bogeys and ...


Trio of individual titles carry Palisade girls to Mickey Dunn win

By Tim Harty

Katelynn Carter released her third toss of the shot without much fanfare. It didn’t feel much different than her previous two throws, or the three that came later in the finals at the Mickey Dunn Invitational track and field meet ...

Third-ranked Paonia sweeps No. 1 Resurrection Christian in baseball doubleheader

By Staff

The Paonia High School baseball team reaffirmed its place among the best in Class 2A on Saturday, sweeping Resurrection Christian in Loveland. The Eagles, ranked No. 3 in the latest Associated Press Class 2A poll, defeated the top-ranked ...


Winter work for Fruita runners translates into ...

By Tim Harty

No one was faster in the 100-meter dash. No one was faster in the 200-meter dash. The 400 relay and 800 relay on which he ran, no team was faster. Four races, four wins. Nick Phillips had a great day Saturday at the 19-team Mickey Dunn ...

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