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Hot shooting lifts Meeker past Custer County at Brownson

By Staff

Meeker used a big first half Saturday against Custer County, taking a 39-21 lead en route to a 69-46 victory in the Class 2A boys Region 5 championship game at Mesa State College. The victory sends Meeker to the Class 2A state tournament this ...


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Griffins use individual points to help team

By Scott Schlaufman

Sometimes it’s hard to think of swimming as a team sport. That was not that case on Saturday as the District 51 Griffins hosted their season opening meet at Orchard Mesa Community Pool, a set of relays. “You’ve always got ...


Montrose girls eager to find perfect strategy for semifinals

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DENVER — It’s conceivable a high school girls basketball team has never been so eager to practice. That’s all Montrose players could talk about Saturday after eking out a 55-51 victory against Mesa Ridge in the Class 4A ...


Briefs: Local Sports March 08, 2009

By Staff

Prep Basketbal • Two Class 3A Western Slope League boys basketball teams took full advantage of their home courts Saturday to earn berths in this weekend’s state championships in Fort Collins. Aspen defeated Buena Vista 53-43 and ...


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LS: Handdwriting Analysis March 08, 2009

By Melinda Mawdsley

All Mark Mabry could do was laugh. It was impossible to believe that a complete stranger knew him without ever meeting him. But all Montrose’s Barbara Koeman used to pin down Mabry’s personality was a sample of his ...


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LS: Coffee with Brigette Sundermann

By Staff

Brigitte Sundermann is home. The 39-year-old knows it, and she’s isn’t going anywhere. Sundermann, a former civil engineer with the U.S. Department of Energy, is a teacher in the manufacturing department at Western Colorado ...


Valley coaches pleased with teams’ efforts in Fanning Classic

By Staff

It was called the “All-Weather Classic” before the Bill Fanning Classic, and Saturday was a prime example why. The final day’s games in the three-day prep baseball tournament were canceled because of snow, leaving teams one ...


Times changing in western Colorado’s gas fields

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Times are changing rapidly in western Colorado’s natural gas fields, and there may be no clearer sign of the times than the kind now found on the front door of many energy-related companies. “Not accepting ...


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Manley, Keating hope Pro Days get them noticed by NFL teams

By Allen Gemaehlich

Maurice Manley took the plunge and hired an agent. Yes, a football agent. “It’s kind of crazy,” the Grand Junction native said. “I didn’t know if I needed one. I called one that (former Mesa State football ...


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Bases-loaded walk lifts Mavs past ’Boys

By Allen Gemaehlich

Marty Rover was looking for a good pitch to hit. The Mesa State College junior never got one he liked. Instead, he drew a bases-loaded walk Saturday to bring home the winning run in the Mavericks’ 4-3 victory over New Mexico Highlands ...


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