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Prolonged possession in 2nd half helps Tigers top Indians

By Matt Meyer

When the Grand Junction High School boys soccer team broke a scoreless tie Tuesday afternoon, Montrose had the answer. When the Indians took a 2-1 lead on a penalty kick from Liam Singh, the Tigers responded almost immediately. But after ...


Prep Briefs, Sept. 12, 2017

By Staff

Prep Golf GJ’s Olkowski wins in Durango Grand Junction’s Canon Olkowski held off three Montrose golfers to win the Dalton Ranch Invitational in Durango on Tuesday. Olkowski shot a 1-under-par 71 for a one-shot victory over ...


Boys golf: Olkowski ties for 2nd at Durango

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Canon Olkowski tied for second place at the Hillcrest Invitational on Monday, finishing one shot behind medalist Trey Diehl of Piedra Vista, N.M., at Hillcrest Country Club in Durango. Olkowski tied with Tyler Diehl of ...


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Getting it together

By Matt Meyer

In its first game with a full roster, the Central High School football team had its most consistent offensive performance of the season Saturday in a 37-20 victory over Gateway at Stocker Stadium. The Warriors (1-2) paired the offensive ...


GJ soccer team holds off Fruita, but loses in final

By Staff

A local rivalry was renewed earlier than expected Saturday when the Grand Junction and Fruita Monument high school boys soccer teams played each other at the Air Academy tournament. The Wildcats scored in the first 10 minutes, but the Tigers ...


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OH, SO CLOSE

By Jon Mitchell

Cameron Weckerly’s never-quit attitude brought him close to being the No. 1 player at No. 2 singles Saturday in the Western Slope Open. The Grand Junction High School junior fell behind in both sets against Regis Jesuit’s Kosta ...


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ON-COURT GROWTH SPURT

By Jon Mitchell

Jackson Cesark didn’t mince words Friday about how far he’s come as a tennis player since his freshman year. “If I would have played that match my freshman year, I would have lost,” the Fruita Monument senior said of ...


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Central’s Espinoza sets the pace

By Staff

Central High School had runners win both individual races at the Tiger Invitational on Friday at Canyon View Park. For the girls, Ivory Espinoza picked up her second win of the year with another impressive run. The Central senior slowly ...


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‘Cats run past Tigers

By Matt Meyer

During the first half Friday night, the Fruita Monument High School football team struggled to get traction on the ground against Grand Junction. Fullback Treyton Queen was stifled and running back Braeden Graham was limited until the ...


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Second-half surge

By Dale Shrull

Football can be a funny, fickle game. Palisade looked pretty bad in the first half and only mustered one touchdown. But it was that lone first-half score that made the difference because the Bulldogs were quite good in the second ...


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