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Schulte proving she’s learned from last year’s tough loss at state

By Patrick Bahr

Kirstin Schulte had high expectations for last year’s state tournament. The Tigers No. 3 singles player had won the region championship, which set her up with a great draw in her first state tournament appearance. Schulte was facing ...


Young Harris College making final push to return to GJ for JUCO

By Patrick Bahr

Young Harris (Ga.) College coach Rick Robinson is fighting the same battle many junior college coaches are experiencing right now. He is trying to keep his players focused at the most crucial time of the season. The Mountain Lions (43-10) ...


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From pumping gas to working in pumps

By Paul Shockley

Billie Jo Shull recently quit working around heavy equipment in the gas fields of western Colorado. She now ponders national beauty pageants. Shull, 29, a Fruita housewife and mother of two children, also now holds an invitation as ...


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Mesa men, women qualify for NCAAs

By Allen Gemaehlich

Qualifying for the NCAA Division II tournament isn’t necessarily a new thing for the Mesa State College men’s and women’s tennis teams. It is however, a new experience for each of the men’s and women’s players on ...


Mavs shoot well, but finish eighth

By Staff

It was the best round of the tournament for the Mesa State College women’s golf team, but it wasn’t enough. The Mavericks shot a team score of 335 in the third and final round but finished eighth in the NCAA Super Regional 3 ...


Mavericks on verge of elimination

By Allen Gemaehlich

PUEBLO — Only two short weeks ago, the Mesa State College baseball team was the No. 2-ranked team in the country. After Wednesday, the Mavericks are on the brink of being eliminated from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference baseball ...


Briefs: Local Sports May 07, 2009

By Staff

Prep Golf • Central took second place at the Northern Region tournament at Legacy Ridge Golf Course in Westminster. The Warriors tied for first with a team score of 255 with Skyline, so the two teams went to a one hole playoff ...


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High school track athletes get final opportunity to qualify for state

By Staff

The Southwestern League is going retro this week. Back in the good ol’ days, the SWL used to hold a league track meet prior to the regional meet, a final chance for bragging rights prior to state qualifying. They’ll get that same ...


Preliminary hearing set for suspect in double-fatal North Ave. accident

By Paul Shockley

A judge Wednesday scheduled a preliminary hearing for the driver charged with vehicular homicide in a double-fatal accident on North Avenue in February. Derrick Maxfield, 20, who appeared in District Judge Richard Gurley’s courtroom ...


Traffic signs going up on I-70

By Staff

The Colorado Department of Transportation is proceeding with the purchase and placement of several variable message signs for the Interstate 70 corridor through Mesa County at a cost of nearly $1 million. CDOT signs will be installed this ...


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