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Mesa soccer, volleyball teams trying to make RMAC tourneys

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Colorado Mesa University’s men’s soccer team needs to win one more game than CSU-Pueblo this weekend. The women’s soccer team needs to earn one point in its final two games. The volleyball team needs to pass the team ...


Montrose playoff soccer game postponed until today

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Sand Creek High School’s boys soccer team had travel issues Wednesday, prompting the Scorpions’ Class 4A playoff game at Montrose to be postponed. The seventh-seeded Indians (12-0-3) were on the field Wednesday ...


Palisade, Rifle play key Western Slope Conference game

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It used to be Palisade and Rifle had to go through each other to win a conference football title. Those days are back. Seventh-ranked Palisade (7-1, 4-1 Western Slope Conference) hosts No. 5 Rifle (8-0, 5-0 WSC) at 7 p.m. Friday at Stocker ...


Sports Brief, Oct. 26, 2011

By Staff

Prep Softball Palisade, Delta place six on WSL team Delta and Palisade high schools each had six players selected to the Class 4A Western Slope League team. The Panthers had five first-team selections, including player of the year senior ...


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Palisade WRs know their role is to help running game, not catch footballs

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They are listed as wide receivers on the roster, but the Palisade High School wide-outs view themselves a little bit differently. Lane Orman and Caden Woods know their roles blocking downfield come first, long before running a route and ...


4A Western Slope All-League team, Oct. 26

By Staff

Class 4A Western Slope League All-Conference First Team Delta: Kasha Culver, soph.; April Easter, sr.; Kaitlyn Johnson, sr.; Bryanna Music, soph.; Amanda Ortega, sr. Palisade: Sierra Detwiler, soph.; Angela Gordon, jr.; Jenna Lucas, soph.; ...


RMAC Soccer standings, Oct. 26, 2011

By Staff

RMAC Men’s Standings RMAC Overall W L T Pts. W L T Pts. xy-Fort Lewis 12 1 0 36 16 1 0 48 x-Metro State 9 4 0 27 11 5 1 34 x-Regis 8 3 1 25 11 3 1 34 x-Colorado Mines 7 5 1 22 9 6 1 28 CU-Colo. Springs 6 6 1 19 8 8 1 25 Colorado ...


102711 OTT Horse slave

By Bob Silbernagel

City leases, collateral and certificates of participation

By Rick Wagner

Now that the Occupy the Planters group at the old Mesa County Courthouse has mostly drifted away, there is an almost wistful feeling about losing some of the protesters. No one who saw the demonstrator dressed as Batman, giving a television ...


Printed letters, Oct. 27, 2011

By Staff

It has come to my attention that some members of our community seem to be against more funding for our schools. Being a seventh-grade student at Redlands Middle School, this concerns me. With less funding there will be less educational ...


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