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Sports Briefs, Feb. 2, 2011

By Staff

Youth Wrestling Four Little Dawgs win two titles Four members of the Palisade Little Dawgs wrestling team won their weight classes in both the Fruita Mat Cats Invitational and Grand Junction Tiger Paw tournament last weekend. Cole ...

Pirates show their fortitude on mat with victory over Junction

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Olathe may be the small town down the road, but the Pirates showed they can wrestle with the big boys. The Pirates won nine matches, including five by pin and one by forfeit to defeat Grand Junction 47-28 in a nonleague dual Wednesday night ...

Prep wrestling results, Feb. 2, 2011

By Staff

Olathe 47, Grand Junction 28 Wednesday at Grand Junction 103 pounds — Trenton Piatt, Ola, pinned Jac Harper :14; 112 — Jacob Solseth, Ola, pinned Rory Wick 5:47; 119 — Dylon Thompson, GJ, pinned Andrew Hawk, 1:16; 125 ...

Local volleyball results, Feb. 2, 2011

By Staff

Western Colorado Showcase Saturday-Sunday at Mesa State Grand Champion: Western Colorado 18 Red Reserve Champion: Black Canyon 16 Flight 1 Champion: Western Colorado 15 Blue Flight 2 Champion: Western Colorado 15 MD Flight 3 Champion: ...

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A signature day: Local athletes make their college choices on signing day

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It’s one of the biggest days of a high school athlete’s senior year. It’s the day he or she declares where they will go to college. Several valley high school seniors made their decisions official Wednesday on the first day ...

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A very good change of plans: Slotten doing well wrestling instead of playing football

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Sometimes a person’s expectations change. Mesa State College freshman Zak Slotten hoped to play football in college. Instead, he is wrestling and doing well. Slotten, who planned to walk on, showed up late this fall to play football, ...

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Over the Top: The Daily

By Bob Silbernagel

Real newspapers are still over the top.  ...

E-mail letters, Feb. 2, 2011

By Staff

Bloomberg’s gun purchasesviolate federal law I believe that in his great attempt to overturn the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has broken the law. By sending people to Arizona and ...

State’s snowpack surplus slipping

By Dennis Webb

A dry January has erased much of the lead Colorado’s snowpack had built up earlier in the season. The state’s snowpack fell from 136 percent of average on Jan. 1 to 117 percent at the start of this month, the U.S. Department of ...

Forsberg goes through vigorous workout with Avs; less optimistic about comeback

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — After a vigorous workout with the Colorado Avalanche, Peter Forsberg sounded a little less optimistic about his comeback attempt. The Former NHL MVP sat out shifts at practice today as he fiddled with his right skate on the ...

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