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‘Cat-quick victory

By Matt Meyer

So far, they’ve been quicker and smarter than any opponent. Better yet, the Fruita Monument High School girls lacrosse team is still undefeated. Alyssa Urban and Vanessa Nelson finished with three goals each Friday as the Wildcats ...


Krebill tosses one-hitter in Central’s win

By Dale Shrull

Central pitcher Seth Krebill’s one bad inning wasn’t bad at all. The one pitch he left a little up in the strike zone in the fifth inning was ripped into left-center for a double. It was the only hit Krebill gave up in a ...


Fruita overcomes theft of equipment to win in N.M. tourney

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School baseball coach Ray McLennan had a few extra challenges Friday than just playing Valencia High School, a good Class 5A team in New Mexico. The Wildcats’ bus was broken into sometime overnight, and several ...


Grand Valley dominates 
3A WSL girls hoops team

By Staff

Grand Valley’s Haley Johnson was selected the Class 3A Western Slope player of the year, leading a total of six Cardinals chosen to either the all-league first team or honorable mention list. Johnson, a senior who has been selected to ...


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Without Maestas, Palisade finds way to defeat Summit

By Staff

With its main goal scorer out for the season with a knee injury, Palisade struggled to a 1-0 win over Summit at the Peach Bowl to stay unbeaten on the season. Palisade (5-0) got the second-half goal when the Summit’s goalkeeper allowed ...


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Giandonato’s cool leads Central past Grand Valley

By Tim Harty

Twelve minutes into the second half, Teresa Giandonato showed Grand Valley how dangerous she is from long range. The Central High School junior blasted a shot from 35 yards away that rattled the goal’s frame when it slammed into the ...


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Trouble in victory

By Tim Harty

Central erupted for nine runs in the first inning, ripping three triples among seven hits. The Warriors got four strong innings from starting pitcher Jeremy Champlin, then a good final two innings from reliever Alberto “Junior” ...


Pitching, clutch hitting lift Palisade to win

By Dale Shrull

Big ball, small ball and good pitching and Palisade cruised. The Bulldogs used a five-run fourth inning and a complete-game pitching performance to beat Poudre 6-2 at Suplizio Filed on Tuesday. Trailing 2-1 in the fourth, the Bulldogs sent ...


Defense lets Tigers down in lacrosse loss to Aspen

By Tim Harty

Goalie Payton Bourdette kept Grand Junction in the game, but she needed more help from the Tigers’ defense Tuesday to stop Aspen. After the Skiers scored the final goal of the first half to make it 6-6 at the intermission, they scored a ...


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Rally ‘Cats

By Dale Shrull

When Fruita Monument was staggered by Grand Junction’s five-run fourth inning, the Wildcats responded with a knockout punch. Fruita Monument scored one run in the fifth and five in the sixth to beat Grand Junction 12-6 in a Southwestern ...


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