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Mesa can’t slow Kearney’s offense in loss

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Nebraska-Kearney scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to defeat Colorado Mesa 52-10 in the teams’ final RMAC meeting at Stocker Stadium. Kearney quarterback Jake Spitzlberger completed 21 of 35 passes for 378 yards and two ...

LIncoln Park Men’s Club September 17-18, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Mens' Golf Association - September 17-18, 2011 Men's Club Championship - Championship Flight 1st Gross Phil Herrera 140 2nd Gross Dennis ...

Sustainibility: Lifestyles for today and tomorrow

By Adele Israel

My aversion to disposable products gave rise to a quest for a sustainable and affordable alternative for shaving. Although I truly hate to shave my legs, when it gets hot enough for shorts I cave in to cultural pressure. For several years, I ...

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Central falls to Fort Collins

By Ben Husband

For 31⁄2 quarters Friday night, the Central High School football team was one big play away from taking control of the game. That big play, however, came from the opposition. With the Warriors (0-3) trailing Fort Collins 17-13 with ...

Bulldogs overcome slow start, rout Rams

By Staff

CARBONDALE — A sloppy field greeted Palisade High School Friday night, and a sloppy start slowed the Bulldogs for awhile. The Bulldogs struggled with their footing and penalties early, but left Carbondale with a 42-0 win. The offense ...

Prep roundup, Sept. 16, 2011

By Staff

Soccer Seven Warriors score in romp over Cortez The Central High School soccer team showed plenty of offensive versatility in Friday’s 8-0 win over Montezuma-Cortez at Long Family Memorial Park. The Warriors (4-1, 2-0 Southwestern ...

Indians romp past Sailors

By Staff

Montrose recorded its second shutout in as many games with a 54-0 win Friday over Steamboat Springs. The Indians got behind their offensive line all night and led 42-0 at halftime. Durango beat Piedra Vista, N.M., 35-14. Delta 14, Coal ...

Second-half surge lifts Rifle past Olathe

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Olathe High School’s usually potent rushing attack was turned away early and often Friday night. The Rifle Bears made sure to take advantage of nearly all of their second-half chances. Ryan Moeller rushed for one touchdown ...

Anderson, Fruita duo use distinct approaches to win Tiger Invite

By Amanda Hansen

Two strikingly different strategies led Hotchkiss sophomore Natalie Anderson and Fruita junior Kyler Brown to individual titles at Friday’s Tiger Invitational cross country meet at Canyon View Park. Anderson viewed her race as ...

Mesa men’s soccer team makes most of its chances, but still loses to Mines

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team took the lead twice Friday night, but couldn’t hold on in its conference opener against No. 13 Colorado Mines, falling 3-2. Making the most of their chances, the Mavericks (0-4-1, 0-1 ...

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