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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Central’s Koby Steves, 2, and Hunter Kelchner, 33, celebrate Thursday night as the Warriors’ fans rush the court in Central’s 56-45 victory over Grand Junction. The win was the first for the Warriors over the rival Tigers in nearly six years.

Celebration Central

Warriors beat GJ for first time in nearly six years

For the first time in roughly six years, the Central boys basketball team has something to celebrate after playing Grand Junction.
After a flurry of second-half free throws, the buzzer sounded, and fans swarmed the Warriors on Thursday night as they walked off with a 56-45 victory at Grand Junction High School.


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