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Prep softball scores, Sept. 17, 2011

By Staff

Palisade 12, Cortez 5 Saturday at Kronkright Complex Cortez 012 020 0 — 5 4 0 Palisade 800 301 0 — 12 15 0 MC- Sadie Threlkeld; Pal- Shelby Rubalcaba. WP —Rubalcaba; LP —Threlkeld. 3B: Pal — Casey ...


Prep soccer score, Sept. 17, 2011

By Staff

Durango 2, Central 1, OT Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park Halftime score: Durango 1, Central 0. Goals (assists): Trace Whitley, Dur, 6th; Brady Carroll, Cen, 69th; Taylor Graham, Dur, 81st. Goalies, saves: Cen- Antonio Tarin, 9; Dur- ...


Colorado Mesa volleyball scores, Sept. 17, 2011

By Staff

Colorado Christian 3, Colorado Mesa 2 Saturday at Brownson Arena Colorado Christian def. Colorado Mesa 23-25, 25-17, 27-25, 23-25, 15-12. Kills: CCU 54 (Andi Weber 19, Ali Weber 18), CMU 65 (Regimbal 19, Sellers 13, McCormick 12). Solo ...


Jussel: New era? Same old Broncos

By Rick Jussel

New era. New leadership from top down, with old legend at the head of the table, older coach replacing young failure. New hope at New Mile High. Same old Broncos. No one can be blamed for having a weeklong hangover after being forced to ...


Colorado Mesa football score, Sep. 17, 2011

By Staff

Nebraska-Kearney 52, Colorado Mesa 10 Saturday at Stocker Stadium Neb.-Kearney 7 21 0 24 — 52 Colo. Mesa 3 7 0 0 — 10 First Quarter CMU— Caleb Pavy 28 field goal, 10:08 left. UNK— Eli Hammond 8 pass from Jake ...


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Senior skier not thrilled by Powderhorn’s pass pricing

By Staff

The recent story about season pass prices being lowered at Powderhorn Resort brought an enjoyable and well-conceived response from Henry Miller-Jones, who splits his residence between Grand Junction and Reston, Va. Miller-Jones accurately ...


091811 OUT turkeys

Wildlife Commission raises mountain lion limit

By Dave Buchanan

The state Parks and Wildlife Commission on Thursday raised the limit of mountain lion harvest for the 2012 season to 618, an increase of 26 lions. Mountain lion licenses are offered in unlimited numbers but prior to hunting, a hunter must ...


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Warriors come up just short

By Scott Schlaufman

In less than one minute Saturday, the Central High School soccer team ran the gamut of emotion in a 2-1 loss to Durango. The Warriors entered overtime at Long Family Memorial Park on a high, amped at the chance to beat the perennial ...


Bulldog volleyball team rolls past Sailors

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team corrected early mistakes to beat Western Slope League opponent Steamboat Springs in four games at home Saturday. The Bulldogs (7-2, 2-0 WSL) fell 28-26 in the first game, but decisively won the next ...


CMU drops third straight RMAC volleyball match

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s volleyball team needed a win Saturday night to salvage a three-match homestand and end a losing streak. Instead, Colorado Christian completed an RMAC-opening three-match road win streak, defeating the ...


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