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Bill proposes limited 911 help for family pets

By Charles Ashby

First responders would be allowed to offer treatment to the family pet in the course of their jobs, but don’t call for an ambulance if your dog gets hit by a car. Under a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on ...


Mavericks lose in overtime to Adams State

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball team forced overtime on the road, but couldn’t finish. Adams State held on for an 87-82 victory on Friday night at Plachy Hall in Alamosa. The Mavericks (13-12, 11-10 RMAC) can finish no ...


Mavs get untracked in 2nd half to stay perfect

By Staff

One more for a perfect regular season. Friday night’s 69-48 victory over Adams State University wasn’t as easy as the score looks for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team. The Mavericks fell behind 12-5 ...


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National exposure

By Allen Gemaehlich

Paco Retana is going back to the NCAA Division II national wrestling championships. The Colorado Mesa junior upset top-seeded Caleb Gerl of California Baptist 10-6 in the 197-pound semifinals on Friday night in the NCAA West Super Regional at ...


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Adjust and win

By Matt Meyer

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team plays good zone defense. Before Friday’s Class 5A second-round state playoff game, coach Sam Provenza estimated the Tigers had played five quarters of man-to-man defense all ...


Palisade boys fall to Pueblo East

By Staff

Pueblo East’s Dylan Gavin scored 26 points Friday night and TJ Gradisar added 15 in a 65-50 win over the Palisade boys basketball team in the second round of the Class 4A state tournament. The Eagles (19-5) led by 10 at halftime, 35-25 ...


Mesa baseball team splits RMAC opener with Cougars

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s baseball team began Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play with a doubleheader split against Colorado Christian on Friday in Lakewood. The 26th-ranked Mavericks (6-3, 1-1 RMAC) came back to win the second game 8-0 after ...


Defense, rebounding lift Olathe into 3A district title game

By Dale Shrull

Using a suffocating man-to-man help defense and pounding the offensive boards, the Olathe High School girls basketball team advanced to the Class 3A Western Slope District championship game. The Pirates took charge early and overwhelmed ...


Free throws lift Bulldogs past Cardinals

By Dale Shrull

It will be a battle of the top two seeds in the boys basketball Class 3A Western Slope District championship today. Moffat County crashed the offensive glass and hit 30 free throws to blitz Grand Valley 
80-67 on Friday night at ...


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Bulldogs on the boards

By Matt Meyer

In late January, the Moffat County High School girls basketball team lost by 18 points to a much bigger and physically imposing Grand Valley squad. During that game, though, the Bulldogs out-rebounded the Cardinals 45-24. With hustle and ...


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