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Brief, Dec. 4, 2014

By Staff

Career Center open house Friday The Career Center will host its annual open house from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday at 2935 North Ave. Students of the Career Center have prepared centerpieces, trees and wreaths, ornaments, gift basket, ...


Carlson, Abergil Mesa’s first soccer All-Americans

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team is in the midst of a historic season. The Mavericks added to it Wednesday, one day before their first NCAA Division II semifinal game in Louisville, Kentucky, with the first All-Americans in the ...


CMU’s Hess earns 
All-American honors

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa senior Melissa Hess was determined to make her final collegiate volleyball season her best, and Division II coaches around the nation noticed. Hess, a middle blocker, made the American Volleyball Coaches Association and the ...

Rifle, Delta, Palisade well-represented on All-WSC football team

By Staff

A Rifle High School football team that advanced to the Class 3A state title game placed six players on the 3A All-Western Slope Conference team. Leading the way for the Bears was do-it-all running back Brock Clark, who was selected the back ...


Mavs on the run

By Allen Gemaehlich

Melissa Bauer was still trying to fathom the accomplishment on the ride home. The Colorado Mesa women’s cross-country team placed sixth in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional to qualify for the national championships for the ...

Mesa women set to begin RMAC play

By Patti Arnold

Shanna Halalilo wanted to play for Colorado Mesa last season. The timing didn’t work out for her to transfer from Western Wyoming, so she opted for Black Hills State. After the season, her twin sister, Shyanne, signed to play for Mesa. ...


Palisade girls hope deep team leads to good things

By Dale Shrull

There is no caution when it comes to Danielle Bagwell’s optimism about the Palisade High School girls basketball team this season. The third-year coach sees lots of promise and talent in the squad, and that’s why she’s ...


Central boys have young but experienced core

By Matt Meyer

On paper, it looks as though the Central High School boys basketball team is still a year away from potentially making a run to the top of the Southwestern League standings. The Warriors are flush with sophomore talent, and many of those ...


Defense first

By Matt Meyer

Creating turnovers, turning defense into offense, and strong guard play from an experienced backcourt will carry the Central High School girls basketball team this season. Third-year coach Mary Doane said she’s seeing players buy in to ...


Tempo ‘Dogs

By Dale Shrull

Palisade may have lost eight players to graduation last season, but boys basketball coach Jeremiah Baskin doesn’t think that will be a problem. “I don’t, because every day in practice last year, these guys practiced against ...

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