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The Windmill attack

By Dale Shrull

Juan Carlos Hernandez didn’t know anything about the mountain bike race course, so consulted his tattoo. The Mexico native, who now lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, had a temporary tattoo of the Grand Junction Off-Road 40-mile course on ...


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Raiders’ fourth inning outburst dooms Highlanders

By Tim Harty

The score was 1-1 after three innings on Saturday night, and McLennan (Texas) Community College thought it was settling into what would be a close game for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series championship. Then came the fourth inning, ...


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Springing forward

By Dale Shrull

Robb Parsons loves the 30-mile race at the Grand Junction Off-Road. But the Grand Junction rider’s hopes for a repeat victory in 2015 were quickly deflated on Saturday, then deflated again when he got a second flat tire. “I was ...


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JUCO Notebook, May 30, 2105

By Staff

Halstead returns from beaning, wins title When Tanner Halstead got hit by a pitch that shattered his helmet in Northwest Florida State College’s third game at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, he was certain his time at ...


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Hathcock’s clutch play in CF key for Raiders

By Eden Laase

Noah McGowan nearly had a great hit, but Mack Hathcock had a better catch. The Highlanders’ McGowan led off the bottom of the fourth inning Saturday night after Northwest Florida State College had scored six runs and taken a 7-1 lead ...


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Senators’ Osuna clubs way to MVP award

By Matt Meyer

After five games of bashing baseballs, Walters State (Tennessee) Community College outfielder Ramon Osuna finished one RBI shy of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series record for the tournament. Osuna, a freshman, drove in 17 runs to go ...


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First time’s a charm

By Patti Arnold

Dakota Dean sprinted around the bases, arms spread wide, as his home run sailed over the right-field fence. Nothing quite like hitting a home run in the national championship game. Especially when it’s your first home run of the ...


JUCO box, May 30, 2015

By Staff

NW Florida St. 15, McLennan 1 Saturday at Suplizio Field Game 19 Northwest Florida State (AB-R-H-RBI) Hathcock cf 4-3-2-1, Palmer ss 6-3-4-2, Dean lf 5-3-4-6, Halstead c 4-1-1-2, Fletner 3b 6-0-2-1, Benning 1b 5-1-0-0, Pinkney dh 5-1-2-0, ...


Local cycling results, May 30, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction Off-Road Amateur 40-mile race MEN OVERALL 1. Juan Carlos Hernandez, Santa Fe, NM, 2:22.19; 2. Kurt Refsnider, Prescott, Ariz., 2:25.57; 3. Will McDonald, Park City, Utah, 2:30.43; 4. Ted Compton, Durango, 3:34.14; 5. Hadji ...


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Winiarski: Colorado’s wines ‘show a completeness’

By Dave Buchanan

DENVER — A curious thing happened last week during the Colorado Governor’s Wine Competition: The judges argued amongst themselves. What makes this remarkable is that, first, this was a regional wine judging, which generally ...


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