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Prep wrestling results, Feb. 12, 2010

By Staff

Class 4A Region 3 Friday at Mullen TEAM SCORES 1. Roosevelt (Roo) 114; 2. Palisade (Pal) 96; 3. Montrose (Mon) 69; 4. Moffat County (MC) 54; 5. Delta (D) 46; 6. Valor Christian (VC) 41; 7. (tie) Rifle (R), Thomas Jefferson (TJ), 35; 9. ...


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Moving on up: Wrestling up three weight classes doesn’t hamper Juby

By Allen Gemaehlich

Tyler Juby is usually fearless on the wrestling mat, but Friday night, he admitted he was a little nervous. The Mesa State College freshman was not only wrestling up three weight classes, he was wrestling the second-to-last match in an RMAC ...


Mesa State wrestling results, Feb 12, 2010

By Staff

Mesa State 27, CSU-Pueblo 13 Friday at Brownson Arena 125 pounds — Tyler Nelson, MSC, won by forfeit; 133 — Chris Rubalcaba, MSC, pinned Kenny Porter 2:17; 141 — Trevor Donarski, MSC, dec. Nick Stahler 10-4; 149 — Jon ...


Mesa State baseball scores, Feb. 12, 2010

By Staff

Mesa State 8, CSU-Pueblo 0 Friday at Pueblo Game 1 Mesa State (AB-R-H-RBI) Little ss 4-2-2-1, Becker lf 4-1-2-0, Popick dh 5-0-1-0, Flores 3b 2-0-0-0, Moore 1b 3-1-1-2, Rober c 2-2-1-0, Anderson rf 1-1-1-0, Bello cf 4-0-0-0, Buck 2b ...


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Second to none: Defensive pressure in 2nd half lifts Warriors past Wildcats

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The message was loud and clear. After going into halftime tied 28-28, the Central High School girls basketball team put on a suffocating defensive display in the second half for a 67-36 victory over Fruita Monument. The Warriors outscored ...


Central, Grand Junction in good position at Class 5A wrestling regional

By Staff

Every wrestler on the Central and Grand Junction high school wrestling teams’ state tournament hopes are alive after the first day of regionals. Central’s Matthew Gurule (112 pounds), Willy Holdren (145), Zach Short (152) and ...


Tigers catch fire, defeat Durango

By Scott Schlaufman

It took the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team a bit of time to find its touch in Friday’s 54-31 win over Durango, but once the Tigers found it, they caught fire. Leading 19-15 at the half, the Tigers got behind Tyler ...


Mavs split DH with ThunderWolves

By Staff

An 11-hit attack and a solid pitching performance Friday led the Mesa State College baseball team to its first win of the season, 8-0 over Colorado State University-Pueblo. The No. 22 Mavericks (1-3) dropped the second game of the ...


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Deep trouble: Team depth carries Fruita Monument past Central

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Good team depth is hard to beat. And right now, not many teams have better depth than the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team. Friday night at Central, the Wildcats (13-8, 8-0 SWL) were without starter Tanner Crites, but still ...


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House panel clears Rep. King in ethics probe

By Charles Ashby

Rep. Steve King got a slap on the wrist Friday but was cleared of violating ethics rules over his handling of travel expenses. A House ethics committee ruled the Grand Junction Republican did not intend to enrich himself by getting reimbursed ...


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