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The Sami show

By Matt Meyer

Left foot or right foot, it doesn’t matter for Sami Feller. The Palisade sophomore put on a clinic Thursday night at Walker Field, capping three well-timed runs with three equally well-executed goals to lift the Bulldogs girls soccer ...


Growing up

By Jon Mitchell

There’s a big difference between playing a regular high school tennis match and playing in the state tournament. Sarah Fleming found that out last year. Last year at the end of her freshman season, Fruita Monument’s No. 1 singles ...


Pipher signs with powerhouse Penn State

By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — On the final day of his college visit, Paonia three-time Colorado wrestling state champion Bo Pipher and his father, Andy, sat in a busy restaurant with Penn State wrestling coach Cael Sanderson. As the meal neared its end, ...

 Bo Pipher to sign with Penn State

By Staff

Paonia senior Bo Pipher will sign a letter of intent today to wrestle for Penn State. After dismantling the Class 2A ranks for three years, Pipher will be joining one of the best wrestling programs in the nation next year. Penn State has won ...


Fruita rally falls short
 against Battle Mountain

By Staff

Fruita Mountain girls lacrosse coach Mark Twardowski called Tuesday’s 16-15 loss to Battle Mountain a “super game.” “I think that’s our best game of the year,” he added. Fruita Monument (5-9, 3-5 Mountain ...


‘Cats capture crown

By Dale Shrull

The game was far from a perfect 10 but there were plenty of 10’s to go around. The Fruita Monument girls soccer team defeated Central 3-0 on Tuesday at Walker Field and in the process, wrapped up the Southwestern League ...

Prep roundup: Keller’s big day lifts Panthers past Bears

By Staff

Ethan Keller had a field day for Delta High School’s baseball team Saturday, going a combined 8 for 10 to help the Panthers sweep a Class 4A Western Slope League doubleheader from Rife and take control of the league standings. Keller ...


Strong down the stretch

By Dale Shrull

With the state track and field meet looming ahead, teams and individuals are focused on the stretch run. At Saturday’s Warrior Invitational, several area athletes again demonstrated their prowess on the Western Slope. For Austin ...


Wildcat no longer overlooked

By Matt Meyer

At times, Devon Canup is overlooked. The Fruita Monument High School left-hander, as Wildcats coach Ray McLennan put it, can be underestimated. “There are a lot of Southwestern League coaches who look and say ‘we can beat ...

Steamboat beats Bulldogs, takes control of WSL

By Staff

Steamboat Springs tightened its grip on the chase for the 4A Western Slope League girls soccer title with a 2-0 win over Palisade on Friday. On a rainy day in Steamboat Springs, playing on a soggy field, the Sailors took a 1-0 lead when ...

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