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Fruita’s Rigsby, Palisade’s Kenward shine in season-opening track meet

By Staff

Gunner Rigsby got his track and field season off to a strong start at the six-team Bulldog Classic, winning the long jump with a leap of 22 feet, 11½ inches at Stocker Stadium on Saturday. The Fruita Monument senior also placed second ...


Walking off the mat

By Dale Shrull

Andy Pipher pumped his fist and let out an elated shout ­— the trademark celebration for the fiery Paonia wrestling coach. Then he hugged Trevor Smith as the Paonia senior experienced the jubilation that comes from winning a state ...


Singled out

By Jon Mitchell

Making the jump from being a doubles tennis player to a singles player has been scary enough for Grand Junction High School senior Bree Call this season. That, of course, was before she started winning at No. 3 singles for the ...

Paonia girls return to 2A state title game

By Staff

The Paonia girls basketball team is back in the Class 2A state championship game. After the 49-48 semifinal win over Del Norte (22-3) on Friday at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, the Eagles have earned their shot at ...


Seventh struggle

By Matt Meyer

The Central High School baseball team mounted a pair of rallies Friday morning, but Rock Canyon scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to earn a 7-4 victory at Suplizio Field. The Warriors (1-1) and the Jaguars (2-0) traded early ...

Central girls lose soccer season opener to Mead

By Staff

Girls Soccer Central loses season opener to Mead Central traveled to the Front Range for its season opener and a lone goal Friday by Mead sank the Warriors in a 1-0 loss. Jessica Keener looped in a long shot eight minutes into the second ...

Paonia girls, boys advance to 2A state basketball semifinals

By Staff

The Paonia High School girls basketball team advanced to the Class 2A semifinals for the second consecutive year. Paonia (23-0) used a strong second half to hold off a stubborn Swink team, 55-44, at Loveland’s Budweiser Events Center on ...


First impression

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Junction High School baseball team didn’t have to worry about its offense shaking off any rust Thursday morning at Suplizio Field.
The Tigers’ pitching and defense were spotty for the first game of the season, but a ...


Challenge answered

By Matt Meyer

Almost two weeks ago, Steve Brandenburg had a bad game as the Colorado Mesa University men’s lacrosse team lost by one goal to Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri. “He let a freshman shut him down for the majority of the ...


Aly Shuman holds off Olkowski in chilly opener

By Staff

Palisade High School senior Aly Shuman held off a serious challenge from Grand Junction’s Gracie Olkowski on Monday for a one-stroke victory in cold, windy conditions at the Chipeta Kickoff Classic. Shuman, who held a two-shot lead on ...

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