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Fruita boys, girls win Warrior Cross-country Invite

By Staff

Part team sport and part individual, it’s easy from the outside to only see the individual side of cross country. The team aspect was apparent Friday at the Warrior Invitational at Long Family Memorial Park as fans, coaches and ...


Briefs: Prep Football Roundup September 06, 2008

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ARVADA — Tyler Palmer had the opportunity to see Pomona running back Donovan Bowens first-hand during a football camp the two were attending over the summer in Boulder. Seeing Bowens is one thing; stepping onto the field and trying to ...


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Longevity key for Aspen’s tennis program

By Patrick Bahr

The game of tennis is about the players. And for high school coaches, sometimes you get the players and sometimes you don’t. Right now Aspen has the players. The Skiers are led by freshmen at No. 1 and No. 2 singles in Brian Mehall ...


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Warriors alter attack, beat Horizon at Stocker

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After gaining negative rushing yards in its season-opening loss to Grandview last week, the Central High School football team entered Friday’s nonconference game with Horizon determined to establish the run. A good ground game set up a ...


Running game lifts Grand Valley past Paonia

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PARACHUTE — William Waugh dished out the punishment instead of taking it Friday night. The Grand Valley High School senior and his teammates did the hitting, leading the Cardinals to a 44-13 victory over Paonia. “We knew we had ...


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Perennial power Cherry Creek to challenge tennis field.

By Patrick Bahr

It’s anybody’s guess who’s the favorite in each bracket of the Western Slope Invitational boys tennis tournament. Sure, perennial power Cherry Creek is the team to beat, but it’s only a couple of weeks into the season ...


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Fehlman leads Palisade ground game in rout of Huskies

By Staff

With Palisade High School running back Zach Adair still on the sidelines after straining the medial collateral ligament in his right knee during the Bulldogs’ season opener against Woodland Park, Travis Fehlman spent the week preparing ...


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