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Bulldogs out for redemption, share of WSL title

By Jon Mitchell

Memories of a 2-1 loss against Steamboat Springs early in the season are still vivid for members of the Palisade High School girls soccer team. MacKenzie Gansmann scored the only two goals of the game for the Sailors in their victory against ...

Wildcats shut out Montrose

By Staff

Prep Soccer Wildcats shut out Montrose Fruita Monument High School’s girls soccer team picked up its eighth win in Southwestern League play Thursday with a 4-0 victory over Montrose (7-6, 3-4 SWL). The Wildcats (9-5, 8-1 SWL) jumped ...


Tigers hold off rival ‘Cats

By Jon Mitchell

The Fruita Monument boys lacrosse team found a way to pull even with Grand Junction late in the game on Wednesday. Tyler Marsh made sure the Wildcats never pulled ahead. Marsh, a Grand Junction senior attacker, capped his six-goal performance ...

Bess gives Wildcats a thrilling win

By Dale Shrull

It was a strange seventh inning filled with excitement, thrills and disappointment. Fruita Monument High School’s baseball team enjoyed the thrills and excitement. Central was saddled with the disappointment. Cuba Bess ripped a two-out ...


Patient Panthers

By Dale Shrull

There was no panic, just patience for the Delta High School baseball team. After falling behind 3-0 to Palisade, the Panthers had a feeling the hits would be coming, but they were running out of innings. The hits finally came when the sixth ...


Try to keep up

By Jon Mitchell

Palisade High School’s girls soccer team left little to no opportunity for the Delta Panthers to keep pace Tuesday afternoon. Now, the Bulldogs are keeping pace in the race to the league title. Sami Feller notched her second hat trick ...


Grand Junction pulls away in 2nd half to top Fruita

By Dale Shrull

It was a game of spurts and momentum shifts. Every time it looked like one team secured the momentum, the other team would grab it right back. Finally in the second half, Grand Junction scored three quick goals to pull away from Fruita ...


Bringing the heat

By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — Most pitchers in Major League Baseball can throw a fastball 90 mph or faster. NCAA Division I college pitching staffs, especially major programs, have at least three or four pitchers who can throw 90 mph. Even high-level ...

Walk-off HR from Noland spurs sweep of DH by ‘Dogs

By Staff

Max Noland hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 10th inning Saturday to lift the Palisade baseball team to an 11-10 win over Glenwood Springs in the first of two games at Palisade High School. The Bulldogs (9-5, 8-1) won the ...


Like father, like son

By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — It’s not one of those situations where you can squint and mistake the son for his father. Paonia High School baseball coach Nate Miller and his son, Jaden, do look alike, standing side by side. But on the baseball ...

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