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Tancredo: Maes donations record low

By Charles Ashby

On his Facebook page last week, GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes said he would make history with the next round of campaign donations. Well, he did, said Bay Buchanan, campaign manager for one of his rivals, American Constitution Party ...

Palisade’s Smith going to state golf tournament

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — The waiting was the hardest part of Kyler Smith’s day. Tuesday at the Class 4A Western Regional at The Links at Cobble Creek in Montrose, the Palisade High School golfer finished with a 7-over-par 79. Because he had an ...

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Football, hoops seasons over for Montrose QB Robertson

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The Montrose High School football team is dealing with the loss of starting quarterback Nathan Robertson, whose injury Sept. 10 ended his prep football career. Robertson sustained a Lisfranc joint injury in his right foot ...

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Warrior mentality: Central overcomes mistakes to top ‘Cats

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Anxiety and nerves led to early errors, but the Central High School softball team overcame them to escape again. Central fell behind, but rallied to defeat Fruita Monument 5-3 in a Southwestern League game Tuesday night at Bergman ...

Sports Briefs, Sept. 21, 2010

By Staff

Triathlon Hoffman wins K-Swiss Ironman Ben Hoffman, a 2002 Grand Junction High School graduate, won his second Ironman triathlon Sunday, the K-Swiss Ironman 70.3, in Branson, Mo. Hoffman, who won the Ironman Lake Placid in July, was in ...

Slowing down helps Junction play more complete game vs. Central

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School soccer team knows that it has plenty of speed, but Tuesday at Walker Field, the Tigers tried a different approach in a 3-0 win against Central. Rather than sending through ball after through ball up the field, ...


Green with envy: Greens at Bookcliff agree with Mustangs’ Beyale

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Not many golfers love the greens at Bookcliff Country Club. Faylyn Beyale of Western New Mexico University, though, is a big fan. “I love the greens. I played really well on them,” the sophomore said Tuesday after winning the ...

Prep notebook: Participation numbers up in U.S., down in Colorado

By Staff

Participation in high school sports reached an all-time high last school year, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). More than 7.6 million boys and girls participated in athletics and activities last ...

College golf results, Sept. 21, 2010

By Staff

Maverick Invitational Tuesday at Bookcliff Country Club Final Team Scores 1. Western New Mexico 303-304—607; 2. Mesa State College 319-318—637; 3. Montana St. Billings 326-322—648; 4. Regis University 329-324—653; 5. ...

Local gymnastics results, Sept. 21, 2010

By Staff

Black Canyon Invitational KidzPlex Results Level 5 9-10 Year-Olds Melissa Elias: 1st Bars (9.1), 2nd All-around (35.35) Cassidy Pratt: 4th All-around (34.5) Abrey Thornburg: 6th All-around (33.85) Meredith Mitchell: 8th All-around ...

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