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Grand Junction knows what to expect from Columbine

By Patrick Bahr

While some schools venture into the Class 5A playoffs embarking on uncharted territory, Grand Junction knows exactly what to expect from Columbine. In early December, the teams met at the Wildcat Invitational, where the inexperienced Tigers  ...


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OUTside Connection February 25, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Birds of a feather … OK, you didn’t read it here first, but until you’ve seen large (and I’m talking large) gatherings of birds you never quite grasp how true the old saw can be. A midwinter float through Walter ...


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OUT: Fly-fishing whiz kid in town

By Dave Buchanan

George Bernard Shaw once said, “Youth is a wonderful thing. What a crime to waste it on children.” It’s clear he never met Tyler Befus of Montrose. Tyler, at the venerable age of 11, certainly isn’t wasting his youth. ...


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OUT: Extreme Freeskiing Championship at Crested Butte

By Dave Buchanan

CRESTED BUTTE — As the cowbells, air horns and general tumult dulled to a roar, Brian Morris turned to no one in particular and said in a awestruck voice, “This is not at all the same sport I’m familiar with.” Morris, ...


Briefs: Local Sports February 25, 2009

By Staff

College Athletics •  Anthem tryouts for JUCO set Auditions for National Anthem singers for the 2009 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series are set for March 16 and March 23 at 7 p.m. All ages, male, female, children and groups ...


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Palisade matches up well with Cheyenne Mountai

By Staff

Tonight’s first-round Class 4A boys basketball playoff game between Palisade and Cheyenne Mountain features a pair of teams that, on paper, appear to match up evenly in some respects. Neither team has a big go-to player underneath, both ...


Wildcats travel to Cherry Creek

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument girls basketball teams knows it is going to have to be ready tonight to play with Cherry Creek. The Wildcats are a No. 11 seed and travel to take on the No. 6 Bruins at 7 p.m. “As a lower seed, you have to be ...


FD: Wine Column February 25, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

There’s only one way out of this economic slump and that’s to keep money in circulation. Why not spend some at your local winery? That’s not entirely frivolous. Many Colorado wineries appear to be holding the line on ...


Turnovers plague Palisade in first-round loss to Wheat Ridge

By Patrick Bahr

WHEAT RIDGE — The number 49 was noteworthy Tuesday night at Wheat Ridge High School where the Class 4A state girls basketball tournament started and ended for Palisade. The Bulldogs (5-19 record) had 49 turnovers in their 65-35 loss to ...


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Mavs’ new No. 1 singles players will be counted on to lead

By Allen Gemaehlich

Her opponents often shrug her off as a lesser opponent at first glance. That’s their first mistake. That slight simply motivates Kate Lowder to prove what she can do. “Everyone look at me and say, ‘She’s tiny. How ...


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