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Prep football scores, Sept. 10, 2011

By Staff

Palisade 45, D’Evelyn 35 Saturday at Stocker Stadium D’Evelyn 7 14 7 7— 35 Palisade 6 18 14 7— 45 P—Ronald Kuntz 53 punt return (conversion failed) D—Matt Menard 9 pass form Cody Marvel (kick ...

Arapaho Wildlife Refuge open for hunting

By Dave Buchanan

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge in North Park is among 10 refuges recently opened for hunting or offering expanded hunting and fishing opportunities. The expanded programs are part of the ...

Local running results, Sept. 10, 2011

By Staff

Spur of the Moment 5K Saturday at Junior Service League Park Name Age Time 1. Jay Valentine 45 17:14 2. Kevin Koch 36 17:37 3. Jason Bond 36 18:08 4. Dave Younger 55 20:29 5. Suzie Steel 51 20:52 6. Larry Ingram 66 22:00 7. Andy ...

Colorado Mesa volleyball scores, Sept. 10, 2011

By Staff

Holiday Inn Crossroads Classic Sept. 8-10, The Maverick Center Thursday Dixie State def. Colorado Mesa 25-15, 25-16, 25-9 Friday Western State def. St. Anselm vs. Western State 25-15, 25-21, 25-16 Adams State def. Academy of Art 25-15, ...

Colorado Mesa football score, Sept. 10, 2011

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 52, Dixie St. 30 Saturday at Hansen Stadium, St. George, Utah Colo. Mesa 7 3 14 28 — 52 Dixie State 6 16 8 0 — 30 First Quarter CMU— Robert Felberg 13 run (Caleb Pavy kick), 13:41 DSC— Jesse Ence 22 ...


Palisade’s run game trumps Jags’ passing in top-10 battle

By Ben Husband

Two teams. Two different types of offenses. Scratch that. Two teams with two completely opposite, yet dominating, offenses. With Palisade’s run game and D’Evelyn’s passing game, you just knew this game was going to be a ...

CMU can’t buy a goal vs. ‘Lopes

By Scott Schlaufman

As the Colorado Mesa University women’s soccer team left Walker Field after Saturday night’s 2-0 loss to Grand Canyon, the emotions were mixed. On one hand, there was frustration. The Mavericks, who came into the game after a win ...

‘Cats claw back to win in 5 games

By Amanda Hansen

The Fruita Monument High School volleyball team, despite being plagued by injuries and illness, claimed a 3-2 victory Saturday over Moffat County High School, 25-22, 25-17, 20-25, 22-25, 15-11. “I’m glad we won,” Fruita head ...

Mavs back in the swing of things

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Every so often in volleyball, it’s as if there’s a gaping hole right in the middle of the block. And there’s a target on a back-row player. That’s when hitters go to work. “It’s like when Antoinette hit ...

Defense lifts Mavericks past Dixie

By Staff

One week after failing to score a touchdown and stop the big pass play on defense, the Colorado Mesa University football team made big plays Saturday night to pick up its first road victory since 2009, ending a six-game road losing ...

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