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Best of Bridge, Sept. 28, 2014

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Sept. 18: Carolyn Wiley and Marilyn McLaughlin; tie: Lois George and Carol Mitchell and Darlene Clark and Judith Tirpack. Sept. 19: Cheryl Spray and Dorothy Gerharter; McLaughlin and Wiley. Sept. ...


Traffic Alert, Sept. 28, 2014

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: ■ Curb, gutter and sidewalk replacement project: Expect lane, sidewalk and parking closures at 25 1⁄2 Road and Westwood Drive/Chama Street; 2230 Elderberry ...


Defense helps Mavericks’ VB team sweep Colo. Christian

By Staff

Colorado Christian came out Saturday ready to take down Colorado Mesa, hoping the 20th-ranked Mavericks would let down after Friday’s sweep of No. 12 Colorado School of Mines. Colorado Mesa wasn’t going to let that happen. The ...


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Mavs miss opportunity

By Allen Gemaehlich

The defense gave Colorado Mesa a chance, but the offense failed to make plays when it had the chance. Chadron State built an early lead and held on for a 24-13 victory over Colorado Mesa on Saturday afternoon at Stocker Stadium. The Eagles ...


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Trinidad’s return gives Mavs offense a spark

By Patti Arnold

Welcome back, Ricky Trinidad. Colorado Mesa’s senior running back was expected to miss between four and six weeks after separating his right shoulder in the Mavericks’ season opener. Three weeks later, Trinidad not only suited ...


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Mav Walk led by brothers with muscular dystrophy

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s football team added a twist to its traditional “Mav Walk” from campus to Stocker Stadium prior to Saturday’s game against Chadron State. The Mavericks were led by the Romito family, including ...


Fruita offense struggles in loss to Falcons

By Staff

PARKER — Something had to give. When two 0-4 high school football teams hooked up at Sports Authority Stadium on Saturday, one of them had to get in the victory column. Unfortunately for Fruita Monument, that turned out to be Highlands ...


Laing’s arm, bat help Fruita sweep DH

By Staff

Taylor Laing threw a one-hitter and hit a grand slam Saturday as Fruita Monument shut out Montezuma-Cortez 10-0 in five innings to win Game 2 and sweep a Southwestern League softball doubleheader. The Wildcats (12-3, 7-1 SWL) won the opener ...


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Cruise control

By Matt Meyer

Like a bright pink beacon, Greta Van Calcar and her colorful lipstick led the way Saturday, winning the girls cross-country race at the 12th annual Anna Banana Memorial Wildcat Invitational. The race is named for Anna Janowitz, a former ...


Broncos hope for good bye

By Rick Jussel

Hello, Week 4. Good bye? Bad bye? Good question. Yes, the Denver Broncos have the bye this week, a forced break from the NFL wars that might hinder, might help. Some will say it’s a bad bye because down time could take away momentum ...


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