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‘Cats cruise past Indians

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team was dominant from start to finish Thursday in a 16-1 Mountain League win over Montrose. Nic Clifford led the Wildcats (3-1) with four goals, and Brayden Plock and Bryce Morse had three goals ...


Grand Valley’s Parker leads Class 3A WSL voting

By Jon Mitchell

Grand Valley High School senior John Parker was selected as the player of the year on the Class 3A All-Western Slope League boys basketball team. Parker was one of three Grand Valley players who received first-team recognition on a squad that ...


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Tigers get confidence-boosting win over Aspen

By Matt Meyer

All it takes is a little confidence. Grand Junction girls lacrosse coach Morgan Holloway said Wednesday after a 19-8 win over Aspen at Walker Field that a standout performance by the Tigers’ offense early in the season could mean good ...


Morse, Plock and Clifford combine for 14 goals in Fruita boys lacrosse team’s rout

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team scored early and often against Telluride on Tuesday, getting five goals apiece from senior attackers Bryce Morse and Brayden Plock en route to 27-4 nonleague victory in Montrose. Junior ...


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Battling the elements

By Tim Harty

Windy, cold, early in the season, late-winter golf-course conditions. That was Wednesday in a nutshell at Adobe Creek National Golf Course, and it wasn’t conducive to breaking 90 in the Wildcat Invitational girls golf tournament hosted ...


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Schroeder shows he’s recovered from ACL injury

By Matt Meyer

Six months ago, Sam Schroeder lost the majority of his senior football season when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. But fast forward to the spring, and he’s already having a baseball season that’s making ...


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GJ’s Heinsma pitches in

By Matt Meyer

With new rules in place this year regarding the number of pitches high school baseball players can throw in a game and mandated days of rest after outings, having a third starting pitcher who can throw strikes consistently is almost essential ...


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Eagles clipped

By Staff

PUEBLO — Tears were flowing in the locker room. The heartbreak was obvious. The Paonia High School girls basketball team fought a gallant fight before falling to Yuma 55-46 in the Class 2A state championship game Saturday at Colorado ...


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Miscues costly in Palisade’s extra-inning loss to Horizon

By Matt Meyer

Two big innings Saturday morning sank the Palisade High School baseball team in an 11-8, nine-inning loss to Horizon during the final day of the Bill Fanning Memorial Classic at Suplizio Field. The Hawks (1-2) scored four runs in the top of ...


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Wildcats girls lacrosse team can’t overcome Dakota Ridge’s fast start

By Jon Mitchell

The 10 minutes that started the high school girls lacrosse game and the 10 minutes that ended it were no contest. In between, though, Fruita Monument did some things that promise better days ahead. The Wildcats nearly stayed step for step ...


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