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Photo by William Woody

Montrose’s Kolby Martinez catches a 28-yard touchdown pass Friday night in the first quarter of the Indians’ 41-15 victory over Grand Junction in the season opener for both teams.

No passing fancy

Montrose surprises GJ with aerial attack in win

MONTROSE — Already up 16-0 early in the second quarter Friday night, the Montrose High School football team lined up for a fourth-down play with 5 yards to go.
They started in a packed formation, setting up for a run and traditional Montrose football. Quarterback Kam DeVincentis then motioned to the offense, and four receivers spread sideline-to-sideline with an empty backfield.
DeVincentis connected with Nick Foster on a 6-yard out route that Foster turned into 27-yard touchdown, one of the senior quarterback’s two passing touchdowns, to lead Montrose to a 41-15 victory over now nonconference rival Grand Junction.


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