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Class 3A Western Slope Conference is loaded

By Dale Shrull

It will be a different look for the Class 3A Western Slope Conference in 2014, but the usual suspects will again be the contenders. Three teams — Moffat County, Battle Mountain and Montezuma-Cortez ­— moved out of the ...


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WILL DOWN MEAN UP?

By Dale Shrull

It’s a new era for Central High School football, and there’s only one goal. “We just want to improve,” second-year head coach Shawn Marsh said. After winning only five games in the previous four years and going ...


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DELTA’S DIVERSITY

By Dale Shrull

Delta High School is big, experienced and talented. Delta is a good football team. After a semifinal appearance in the Class 3A playoffs last season, the Panthers return the bulk of their starters, and head coach Ben Johnson is looking for ...


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Rifle Bears hoping for another playoff run

By Dale Shrull

It’s business as usual for Rifle High School. With a talented and experienced team returning in 2014, the Bears will again be a team to watch in Class 3A. Rifle has eight players who started or played extensively in the 2012 state ...


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THE NEXT DOG UP

By Dale Shrull

Because of its fabled football tradition, Palisade High School rarely has to rebuild, and once again, the Bulldogs will look to reload and be a force in the Class 3A Western Slope Conference in 2014. After losing a large number of seniors, ...


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Bulldogs’ tenacity

By Tim Harty

Palisade sophomore Jessica Bellmire started the Game 4 rally with an ace, one of seven she’d finish the night with Thursday. And four serves later, she delivered another ace, a hard serve that glanced off a Grand Junction player in the ...


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Warriors overpower Indians in first tennis match of season

By Tim Harty

Wednesday’s dominating performance likely will be a rarity for the Central High School boys tennis team. The Warriors are young and inexperienced, and that won’t bode well against the established programs that soon will come ...


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The long road back

By Dale Shrull

Jack Parsons has been ripping it up on the football field for the past eight months. He jukes a player, leaps over another, then spins and glides into the end zone for an orchestrated celebration. Then he gives his thumbs a rest. Enough ...


Fruita’s Dangler wins Aspen Invitational

By Staff

Prep Golf Dangler claims Aspen Invitational Troy Dangler won the Aspen Invitational in a sudden-death playoff against Aspen’s Will Hazen on Monday, leading Fruita Monument High School to the team title with a score of 241. Dangler ...


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Indians standing tall

By Dale Shrull

MONTROSE — Football is not life, but there’s nothing like the brotherhood of football. For the Montrose High School Indians, the focus is on the quest to finish what last year’s team started: Win a Class 4A title. But on ...


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