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Prep Track & Field Results, Saturday, April 9

By Staff

Frank Woodburn Invitational Saturday at Stocker Stadium BOYS Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 108; 2. Glenwood Springs, 94; 3. Palisade, 92.5; 4. Montrose, 82; 5. Delta, 68; 6. Paonia, 41.5; 7. Meeker, 38; 8. Cedaredge, 35; 9. Grand Valley, ...


Mad Cow Classic Criterium Results, Saturday, April 9

By Staff

Mad Cow Classic Saturday Criterium Men’s 4/5 1. Travis Chapman, UNC; 2. Adam Fivehouse, Primal 1st; 3. Lance Webster, Colavita, N.M.; 4. Evan Glowicks, USAFA; 5. Collin Bantel, DU Mens 35-over 1. Kevin Koch, The Bike Shop; 2. Tim ...


Prep Soccer Results, Saturday, April 9

By Staff

Montezuma- Cortez 3, Palisade 1 Saturday at Montezuma-Cortez Halftime score: Montezuma-Cortez 2-1. Goals (assists): Courtney Clark (Natalie Combs); Dominique Wilkin 2, Baylee Lindsley. Goalies, saves: Lyndsay Rasmussun 15; Mariah Edwards ...


Mesa State Baseball Results, Saturday, April 9

By Staff

Mesa State 9, Neb.-Kearney 6 Saturday at Kearney, Neb. Game 1 Mesa State (AB-R-H-RBI) Shelton lf 4-0-0-0, LIttle 2b 3-1-0-0, Andersonrf 2-2-0-0, Popick dh 3-1-1-1, Evanson ss/3b 2-2-0-0, Bello cf 4-3-4-3, Moore 1b 2-0-1-2, Schoelkopf c ...


Blotter, April 10, 2011

By Staff

Meth arrest made on I-70 Anthony Vessels, 28, of Price, Utah, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of drug-related charges after his vehicle was pulled over at mile marker 7 on Interstate 70. Grand Junction Police Department Cpl. Cal Atkinson ...


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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 ...


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