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Sports Briefs, Dec. 3 2016

By Staff

Rodeo Fruita’s Smith fails to score in Las Vegas Utah’s Shane Proctor, the oldest bull rider at the National Finals Rodeo, won round three Saturday night with a great score of 91. Sage Kimzey, the two-time defending world ...


Cold quarter costly for Tiger girls in loss to Chaparral

By Staff

Grand Junction came out with a strong effort Saturday, the day after struggling in a season-opening loss. But a two-point second quarter doomed the Tigers in a 43-32 loss to Chaparral. Grand Junction (1-1) took a 10-8 lead after the first ...


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GJ wrestlers dominate Maverick Duals

By Jon Mitchell

The last time the Grand Junction High School wrestling team had 10 team members who won each of their five matches in a full-day tournament was … “Well, when I stop to think about that, it hasn’t been that many times, ...


Black Canyon offering several winter programs

By Staff

The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is offering guided programs and clinics for the winter season. Participants will meet at the South Rim Visitor Center for all events. Cross Country Ski Clinics:  Saturdays, Dec. 31 and ...


Execution on offense leads Central

By Matt Meyer

The Central High School boys basketball team shifted seamlessly from offensive sets to its post players in the first half Saturday and its motion offense for its guards in the second half during a 65-39 drubbing of Montezuma-Cortez at the ...


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HITTING THE NEW TRAIL

By Dale Shrull

Nothing gets the heart rating going like a steep climb, or the opening of a new trail. For avid local mountain bikers, the plethora of trails in Mesa County offer plenty of challenges and fun times. But it’s always a thrill to check ...


Outside briefs: Powderhorn sneak peek continues today

By Staff

Sneak peek at Powderhorn runs through today Powderhorn Mountain Resort continues its preview weekend today for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy the early snow before the official opening day. Powderhorn’s official opening is set ...


O-line should be biggest offseason target for Broncos

By Rick Jussel

We’re going to look ahead … beyond today when the Denver Broncos take on the Jaguars in Jacksonville … beyond next Sunday when the Broncos take on the Titans in Tennessee … even beyond New England, Kansas City and ...


No. 4 Washington beats No. 9 Colorado 41-10 for Pac-12 title

By The AP

SANTA CLARA — Washington’s opportunistic defense and dominant running game most likely ended any debate about whether the Huskies’ weak nonconference schedule would keep them out of the College Football Playoff. Taylor Rapp ...


Judge rejects bid to dismiss charges against former sheriff

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A state judge has rejected a motion to dismiss charges filed against former El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa that allege he abused his power and retaliated against employees. The Gazette (bit.ly/2h5ftjk) in ...


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