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Low participation yields incomplete picture of exam

By Katie Langford

New standardized test results for District 51 schools can’t be compared to previous years, district administrators said this week, because 2015 was the first year students took the new tests, and the numbers are just a baseline and a ...


Prep wrestling results, Dec. 11, 2015

By Staff

Montrose 48, Fort Morgan 28 Friday at Fort Morgan 106 — Grady Nickolaus, M, won by forfeit; 113 — Fabian Lujan, M, pinned Dustyn Romero, 1:39; 120 — Terrell Banuelos, M, pinned Ryan Holbeck, :20; 126 — Jeff Dick, M, ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Dec. 11, 2015

By Staff

George Washington 64,
Fruita Monument 52 Friday at Columbine George Washington 15 15 13 21 — 64 Fruita Monument 7 17 15 13 — 52 George Washington — Kruntz 24, Fugett 27, C. Fugett 8, Davis 3, Proctor 2 . 3-PT: J. f ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Dec. 11, 2015

By Staff

Carbon (Utah) 49,
Grand Junction 26 Wildcat Invitational Friday at Fruita Monument Carbon 8 15 14 12 — 49 Grand Junction 9 7 5 5 — 26 Carbon — Lindsey Blanc 16, Jordan Scoggins 7, Sara Morley 6, Morgan Hillam 5, ...


Colorado Mesa basketball scores, Dec. 11, 2015

By Staff

CU-Colorado Springs 82, 
Colorado Mesa 62 Men Friday at Brownson Arena CU-COLORADO SPRINGS (4-5, 1-1) Avdili 6-10 0-1 14, Godley 1-6 4-5 6, Malone 2-4 0-0 5, Patten 11-14 3-3 28, Welsh 1-6 0-0 2, Crawford 1-1 0-0 3, Wilford 2-3 0-2 ...


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Offensive force

By Matt Meyer

One night after setting the Loveland High School girls basketball team’s scoring record, Tatum Rembao broke it Friday, scoring 39 points for the Indians in a 67-58 overtime victory over Fruita Monument. Rembao has been an offensive ...


Strong final quarter lifts Junction boys to tourney win

By Staff

Grand Junction High School’s boys basketball team used a big fourth quarter Friday night against Mountain Range to come away with a 64-51 victory on the second day of the Smoky Hill tournament. The Tigers (4-2), who lost their ...


Central improves to 6-0 with victory at Green Mountain tournament

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — What a difference one year makes. During the semifinals of last year’s Paul Davis Classic at Green Mountain High School, the Central High School boys basketball team was defeated decisively by the home team and ...


Hot shooting helps UCCS rout Mesa

By Patti Arnold

Dalton Patten hit the first jumper of the game Friday night and never cooled off. The 6-foot-10 senior forward for CU-Colorado Springs scored a career-high 28 points to lead the Mountain Lions to an 82-62 victory over Colorado Mesa at ...


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Mavs have plenty in reserve

By Patti Arnold

The supporting cast played starring roles Friday night for the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team. Shyanne Halalilo and Nicole Archambeau came off the bench to give the Mavericks a much-needed boost in a 72-65 RMAC victory over ...


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