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Head game: Recognizing signs of concussions important on local, national level

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Tyler Kenagy has hit his head on the basketball court a couple of times the past two years. The Fruita Monument High School senior, however, has no memory of those incidents. “I remember opening up my eyes and seeing Coach (Dave) Fox, ...

Sports in Brief: GJ’s Olkowski wins Las Vegas Open

By Staff

Youth Golf GJ’s Olkowski wins Las Vegas Open Grand Junction 10-year-old Canon Olkowski won the Las Vegas Open on April 3 at Primm Valley Golf Club. Olkowski, a fourth-grader from Holy Family Catholic School, finished 3 over par over ...

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Mavericks’ doubleheader sweep gives Hanks 500th win

By Staff

Chris Hanks didn’t see it coming. “I’m wet,” the Mesa State College baseball coach said Saturday after the Mavericks swept a doubleheader over Nebraska-Kearney, 9-6 and 9-5, giving Hanks his 500th coaching victory, all ...

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Spin doctor: Palisade’s Smith gets joy from throwing discus far

By Patrick Bahr

Tanner Smith loves the finesse involved in field events. Saturday at the Frank Woodburn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Palisade High School thrower finished second in the discus with a toss of 139 feet, 2 inches. “He’s ...

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Pack-racing mentality: Staying with the group key at Mad Cow Classic criterium

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The first rule in criterium cycling racing: Stay with the pack. On a chilly, breezy day, racers in the Mesa State Mad Cow Classic needed every bit of help they could get from other riders on the .67-mile criterium loop off 25 1/2 and ...


Bulldogs sweep Eagle Valley to snap 5-game losing streak

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The losing streak is over. The Palisade High School baseball team was able to relax Saturday and play like it hoped, defeating Eagle Valley 15-1 and 12-4 in a Western Slope League doubleheader at Canyon View Park. The Bulldogs (4-6, 2-1 WSL) ...

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Grand Staircase/Devil’s Garden is ‘masterpiece’ worth trip

By Bill Haggerty

The Devil’s Garden is a fairyland of goblins, hoodoos, gnomes, knobs and arches. It’s also Heaven for rock hounds, scientists, historians, photographers and other desert rats like me. Although it’s located only a ...

Mesa State softball team sweeps doubleheader in Durango

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It looks like the Mesa State College softball team checked the calendar this week and realized it’s April. With only a month left in the regular season, the Mavericks kicked things into high gear, winning all four games during its pod ...

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Popular X Games event ski halfpipe added to Olympics

By Dave Buchanan

The 2010/11 ski season is ending for most of us, but there’s a new future for ski halfpipe. It was announced earlier this week by the International Olympic Committee that men’s and women’s ski halfpipe and women’s ski ...

Tiara Rado Men’s Club April 9, 2011

By Staff

Tiara Rado Men's League - April 9, 2011 Men's Club Opener-Net 1st John W., Curtis G., Wayne S., George H. 113 T2nd Travis B., Jerry D., Darrell A., Richard ...

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