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Prep lacrosse results, April 24, 2014

By Staff

Girls Aspen 8, Fruita Monument 6 Thursday at Aspen Halftime score: Aspen 4-2. Goals: FM— Reinnah Norcross, Lindsey Burenheide 2, Adrienne Chiapuizo 3; A— Shannon Turbidy 3, Juliette Woodrow 1, Kendall Anderson 1, Sarah Chiles ...


College lacrosse standings, April 24, 2014

By Staff

WILA Men’s Standings WILA Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Colorado Mesa 3 0 1.000 7 2 .778 Domincan 4 1 .800 8 3 .727 Adams State 2 3 .400 4 6 .400 ND de Namur 0 5 .000 1 7 .125 ^—Clinched WILA title Last Week’s ...


Prep baseball results, April 24, 2014

By Staff

Delta 8, Glenwood Springs 1 Thursday at Glenwood Springs Delta 040 020 2 — 8 9 1 Glenwood 000 100 0 — 1 0 6 WP — Tyler Sandoval. LP — Chase Nieslanik. Delta (leading hitters) — Reiher 4-4 (2 doubles, 2 RBI, 2 ...


Prep soccer results, April 23, 2014

By Staff

Durango 2, Fruita Monument 1 Thursday at Durango Halftime score: Tied 1-1. Goals (assists): FM— Baseley McClaskey, 20th; D— Lauren Milliet (Maddie Robertson), 35th; D—Stephanie Wilson (penalty kick), 60th. Goalies, saves: ...


Brandenburg honored by WILA

By Staff

Men’s Lacrosse Brandenburg honored by WILA Colorado Mesa goaltender Brad Brandenburg is the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s defensive player of the week. The senior made 21 saves in just less than 60 minutes in ...


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Hotchkiss’ Lemon leaving for coaching job at Eaton

By Tim Harty

As much as Zac Lemon wanted to stay in Hotchkiss and help the Bulldogs win a state football championship, he will leave at the end of this school year and patrol the sidelines as Eaton High School’s football coach in the fall. And as ...


Aspen rallies past Fruita to keep league lead

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School gave the Aspen girls lacrosse team a run for a while, but the Skiers rallied to hold on to first place in the Mountain League with an 8-6 victory Thursday afternoon in Aspen. The Wildcats scored the first three ...


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College track meets on horizon

By Dale Shrull

Collegiate track and field is coming to Grand Junction. Technically, the sport is already at Colorado Mesa University, but thanks to a renovated throws area, the Lincoln Park Sports Complex now meets the NCAA requirements for shot put and ...


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Grand Junction inventor needs quarter-acre to test technology

By Gary Harmon

Microwaving rock in northwest Colorado could turn the oil shale business inside out, said a Grand Junction inventor who is working to restart oil shale at a time when many are pulling away from it. Using equipment small enough to be loaded ...


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Jury finds man guilty on 37 counts in 2011 spree

By Paul Shockley

A man who fired shots at police during a 2011 standoff at a Clifton home, after botched attempts at stealing cars at a nearby gas station, faces potentially hundreds of years in prison after guilty verdicts were returned by a Mesa County ...


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