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Hotchkiss’ Sullivan throws no-hitter, hits for cycle in same game

By Patrick Bahr

There are a few things in baseball that will always grab attention. An example of one of those feats could be a pitcher throwing a no-hitter or a player hitting for the cycle. Last Saturday against Coal Ridge, Hotchkiss High School baseball ...


Prep lacrosse result, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Grand Junction 13, Aspen 5 Monday at Aspen Halftime score: GJ, 4-3 . Goals (assists): GJ — Santana Martinez 5, Morgan Armbruster 4, Amy Flukey, Maddie Spor, Emma LeFebre, Morgan Emmons. Goalies (saves): GJ — Holly Meer, ...


Prep baseball result, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Hotchkiss 19, Coal Ridge 0 Saturday at New Castle Hotchkiss 303 49 — 19 26 0 Coal Ridge 000 00 — 0 0 1 WP — Patrick Sullivan, 2-1. 2B: H— Rodriguez 2, Grimmett 2, Macias, Spor, Sullivan, Gonzalez, Galley. 3B: ...


Local bowling highlights, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Local Highlights USBC—Y Youth Program Orchard Mesa Lanes Bantams High scores—Cannon Raisch 109, Hunter Prather 96. Preps High scores— Kyle Blair 212, Isaak Ortega 155, Parker Smith 181, Sierra Smith 181, Dixie Barnes ...


Maverick Spring Invitational results, April 5, 2010

By Staff

Maverick Spring Invitational Men Monday at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa First & Second Round Par-Yardage 72-7,007 Team Scores 1. Mesa State, 303-327—630; 2. Adams State, 321-329—650. Individual Scores Jonathan ...


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Despite wind, Stripp ties for 2nd at Quality Inn Maverick Spring Invitational

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Michelle Stripp scored bogeys all day and couldn’t have been more pleased. The Mesa State College freshman shot 22-over-par 166 for two rounds to tie for second in the windy Quality Inn Maverick Spring Invitational on Monday at The Golf ...


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Snowpack well below average

By Dennis Webb

Like a clock ticking down in a college basketball playoff, time is running out on Colorado’s chances for a snowpack comeback this year. Snowpack levels in the Colorado River Basin and the state as a whole remain below average, the U.S. ...


Mesa County to spend $17 million on capital projects

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Mesa County commissioners Monday unanimously approved a financing agreement that will subsidize millions of dollars in capital projects this year, looking past some citizens’ criticism that the county shouldn’t take on debt in a ...


State House candidate cited in gun incident with alcohol

By Paul Shockley

A Republican challenger for Colorado’s House District 54 seat was cited by authorities Saturday night for suspicion of possession of a handgun while under the influence of alcohol, but a Grand Junction police officer who handled the case ...


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Candidate cited in gun, alcohol stop

By Paul Shockley

A Republican challenger for Colorado’s House District 54 seat was cited by authorities Saturday night for suspicion of possession of a handgun while under the influence of alcohol, but a Grand Junction police officer who handled the case ...


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