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An unhappy homecoming

By Allen Gemaehlich

Everything seemed to be falling into place for the Colorado Mesa football team. The Mavericks were on a three-game winning streak and had an opportunity to move into a first-place tie in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Mesa also had a ...


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Mavs make no excuses about homecoming loss

By Dale Shrull

Growing pains turned into groaning pains for the Colorado Mesa University football team Saturday night. It was homecoming, the student section was raucous and loud, and Ricky Trinidad just ripped off a 31-yard run into the end zone for a 7-0 ...


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Special teams miscues hurt CMU

By Matt Meyer

After Ricky Trinidad scored a 31-yard touchdown Saturday to give the Colorado Mesa University football team a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter, he spiked the ball and was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. Mesa kicked off from its own ...


New locker rooms another benefit of expanding weight room at CMU

By Patti Arnold

The new weight room at Colorado Mesa isn’t the only facility change that fans won’t readily see. With the nursing program starting to move into Community Hospital, classroom and lab space was vacated in the basement, allowing the ...


Colorado Mesa cruises in final regular-season home volleyball match

By Staff

Melissa Hess made sure Senior Night was a happy night. The senior middle hitter led Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team to its ninth straight victory in quick fashion, sweeping Western State 25-18, 25-14, 25-15 at Brownson Arena. Hess had ...


Meek turns heads with third-place finish

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — Outside of the Western Slope, few Class 4A state cross-country runners believed Montrose High School’s Ian Meek was a contender to win a title. Well, the sophomore proved his doubters wrong — all but two ...


Wright’s record-setting match helps GJ volleyball team win

By Staff

Tia Wright had a school-record 30 kills and made the all-tournament team as Grand Junction closed the Titan Classic volleyball tournament Saturday at Legend High School with a 25-17, 22-25, 22-25, 25-14, 15-8 win over Arvada West. The Tigers ...


Broncos can be the toast of the NFL

By Rick Jussel

The glass isn’t half full for the Denver Broncos, nor is it half empty almost halfway through the NFL regular season. The Broncos’ glass is frosted and foaming over. If the playoffs were to start today, John Fox’s 6-1 team ...


Hotchkiss can’t catch Lyons girls in state XC

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — The depth of the Lyons High School girls cross country team was too much for Hotchkiss to overcome Saturday. Lyons placed four girls in the top 15, including winner CeAnn Udovich, to claim the Class 2A team state ...


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Mavs run to titles

By Matt Meyer

Hosting its first home meet in six years, the Colorado Mesa men’s and women’s cross country teams dominated Saturday’s Maverick Open at Matchett Park. For the men’s team, it was the first home meet in the ...


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