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More firefighters heading to Colorado

By The Associated Press

FORT COLLINS — More firefighters are on their way to a fire that has burned across more than 11 square miles in northern Colorado and is approaching a reservoir for the city of Greeley. U.S. Forest Service officials say the blaze about ...


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Bats go silent

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University got the pitching performance it needed, but not the offense. New Mexico Highlands defeated the Mavericks 2-0 in the first round of the NCAA Division II Central Region baseball tournament Thursday at Franklin Rogers ...


San Jac headed back to JUCO

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Four games, 50 innings of baseball. “It was difficult. We had lightning delays, rain delays, (Wednesday) night around the 14th inning there were bugs flying everywhere, a lot of crazy stuff,” San Jacinto (Texas) College-North ...


GJ’s Deters, Harris place 5th and 6th at state in discus

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — They stood on the podium at Jefferson County Stadium on Thursday, both wearing the basic, gray T-shirts with the simple, black letters: “GJHS track & field.” “The tiger on the back is pretty cool, ...


Cedaredge’s Williams sets three 3A state meet records

By Nick Walter

LAKEWOOD — Doling out hugs and shaking with victorious passion, Cedaredge sprinter Sierra Williams ran around six family members Thursday, including her great-grandmother, 89-year-old Eleanor Williams. The senior had just broken the ...


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Adding reinforcements

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Colorado Mesa University wrestling coach Chuck Pipher has most of his team returning, but that didn’t stop him from adding a baker’s dozen of wrestlers in this year’s recruiting class. Pipher officially announced the ...


GJ Gladiators kick off their 3rd season Saturday

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The Gladiators are back for their third season and are starting it with a fundraiser for suicide prevention. The Grand Junction Gladiators minor league football team opens its third season with the ‘Community Bowl’ against the ...


Mesa women’s track team places six on RMAC All-Academic team

By Staff

Six Colorado Mesa University women’s track and field student-athletes made the RMAC All-Academic honor roll. They are: ■ Senior thrower Sierra Wiggins with a 3.5 GPA in kinesiology. ■ Junior mid-distance runner Tara Ebarb ...


KidzPlex places 8 in top 10 in Mother’s Day Invite in Gypsum

By Staff

Eight KidzPlex gymnasts placed in the top 10 all-around to lead the Eagles to second place in the Mother’s Day Invitational in Gypsum this past weekend. Myah Lewis placed fourth all-around (36.65) at Level 7, and Kylie Drake was third ...


Local gymnastics results, May 17, 2012

By Staff

Mother’s Day Invitational Sat.-Sun at Gypsum KidzPlex Eagles results Level 3 Children’s Division Sierra White: 3rd all-around (34.15) Level 3 Junior Division Clare Shurden: 2nd all-around (36.65), 1st bars (9.5) Sydni ...


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