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Hotchkiss, Olathe fall in 3A state baseball tourney

By Staff

The Hotchkiss and Olathe high school baseball teams hoped to be meeting in the Class 3A State Championship Series. But not this way. Instead of meeting in a winners’ bracket game, the Western Slope League rivals will meet in an ...


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Tourney, football camp is Marques Harris’ way of giving back

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It was evident Marques Harris was a gifted athlete when he patrolled Stocker Stadium. His talents led him to a five-year NFL career, mostly with the San Diego Chargers, before he retired last summer. Now, the 29-year-old is giving back to ...


Central Arizona earns fifth trip to GJ for JUCO

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The top-ranked team in junior college baseball went the distance to get to the national tournament. Central Arizona College, ranked No. 1, defeated No. 4 Salt Lake (Utah) Community College twice Saturday in Coolidge, Ariz., to win the Western ...


Heavy rain washes out baseball regional in Minnesota

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Chris Hanks isn’t sure who his Mesa State College baseball team will play next. Shoot, the Mavericks’ head coach isn’t sure when or where the next game will be played. Heavy rain and the lack of a field tarp washed out ...


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Paonia Eagles place third in 400-meter relay despite Voight’s injury

By Patrick Bahr

LAKEWOOD — Steven Voight wanted to go out with his team. Saturday in the Class 2A state track and field championships at Jeffco Stadium, the Eagles’ 400-meter relay team of seniors Adrian Penny, Richard Emmons, Blaine Escher and ...


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The perfect dive: Montrose’s Rogers wins Class 4A title with great performance

By Jon Mitchell

Kyle Rogers had something saved up for this moment. The Montrose High School senior was on the verge of winning the state diving title with one dive remaining Saturday in the Class 4A state swimming and diving championships. He was behind, ...


Aggressive Griffins pleased with state showing

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — The end of the day had a momentary feeling of accomplishment until the scoreboard had to go and ruin the mood. After adding time and slipping from seeding in the first two relays of the day, the 400-yard freestyle medley ...


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Mee Canyon strenuous and scary, but one of the best in the Southwest

By Bill Haggerty

Mee Canyon is one of my favorite canyons in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area (NCA). In fact, it’s one of my favorite canyons in the entire Southwest. There are parts of it that are scary — like the part where ...


Central Arizona qualifies for JUCO World Series

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Central Arizona defeated Salt Lake (Utah) Community College twice Saturday to win the Western District and qualify for the JUCO World Series. The No. 1 ranked Vaqueros (52-13) defeated No. 4 Salt Lake 8-6 and 12-9 in Coolidge, Ariz. This is ...


Potomac State is coming back to Grand Junction

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Potomac State College of West Virginia won the Eastern District title and qualified for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The Catamounts (35-10) defeated Pitt (N.C.) Community College 6-4 in 11 innings in Keyser, W.Va. This is ...


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