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Mesa State men’s basketball results, Dec. 19, 2009

By Staff

Mesa St. 78, Central State 68 Men Saturday at Quincy Holiday Tournament, Quincy, Ill. MESA STATE (9-0) Markham 3-4 2-4 9, Ashbaugh 1-2 3-3 5, Dominguez 9-15 11-15 33, Fite 1-3 0-0 2, Herl 5-9 3-7 13, Mortensen 0-1 1-2 1, Flohr 2-4 0-0 6, ...


Wildcats forced to work overtime to snap four-game losing streak

By Staff

After four straight losses, the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team was looking for something to go its way. Saturday, the Wildcats appeared to have their losing steak come to a halt, leading Hinkley 52-49 at the Hinkley ...


A disheartening loss: Disqualifications cost Grand Junction win in the pool against Gunnison

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School swim team is learning valuable lessons early in the season. Saturday at Orchard Mesa Community Pool, the Tigers lost a dual meet to Gunnison, 132-130. Grand Junction possibly could have won the meet were it not ...


Dominguez helps Mavs rally to stay undefeated

By Staff

Being down 10 points with 11 1/2 minutes to play Saturday didn’t rattle the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. It sure didn’t rattle Michael Dominguez, who scored 30 of his 33 points in the second half to lead the No. ...


Your Town, Dec. 20, 2009

By Staff

Why do we strive for perfection during the holidays? We’re constantly seeking the instant when it all falls into place and magic fills the room. To make it more complicated, that “perfect” moment is different for each of ...


Legos, by the numbers, stack up perfectly

By Staff

People often have favorite colors or words or names or songs or cars. But they seem to seldom have favorite numbers. In fact, I tested this idea with a class and found that most people did not think numbers were important enough to be given ...


Tournament’s move back to Brownson draws praise

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For the past decade, the Warrior Classic has moved back and forth between Mesa State College and Central High School. It’s back at Brownson Arena for the first time since 2006. The move appears to meet everyone’s approval, from ...


Crowning Classic champs: GJ’s Thompson wins 103-pound title

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It took a trip to Fargo, N.D., for Dylon Thompson to find his way to the top of the medal stand. The Grand Junction High School sophomore gained the confidence he needed in the Fargo Nationals last summer to win his first Warrior Classic ...


Broncos in control of their own destiny in playoff picture

By Rick Jussel

Reality Check: The Denver Broncos are not going to win the Super Bowl. You know that and I know that. Still, a playoff berth would stand out quite nicely on Josh McDaniels’ resume in his first year as a head coach and be a ...


A safe passage: Competition in Vail hopes to help wildlife cross the road

By Dave Buchanan

Vail Pass and Interstate 70, which one biologist sagely dubbed the “Berlin Wall for wildlife” for the roadway’s ability to block wildlife passage, has been selected as the site for an international competition for designing ...


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