Grand Junction high school celebrated its four student-athletes that signed their national letters of intent on National Signing Day.
Lucky number seven! Fruita Monument high school celebrated its seven athletes who signed their letters of intent on National Signing Day.
On National Signing Day, Palisade's 6'8" senior Zane Haas signed his letter of intent to play basketball for Nebraska Wesleyan University.
The Montrose Indians improved to (14-3) on the season with a 8-2 win over the Grand Junction Tigers on Tuesday.
Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons is entering his fourth year in the NFL and he is a busy man. He is fully commited to his job, his wife and 11 month year old daughter, and his faith.
The No. 2 Colorado Mesa baseball team did not hold back on both sides of the ball on Friday night. In the series opener, the Mavericks took down Adams State 12-0 and improved to (28-7) on the season and (16-5) in RMAC play.
On Friday night the Fellowship of Christian athletes hosted its annual banquet at the First Presbyterian Church.
The Colorado Mesa men's lacrosse team utilized a massive, 10-goal second quarter to top the CSU-Pueblo Thunderwolves 21-7 Friday from Walker Field.
After a long and cold Winter, the sun is shining again and instead of shreading up at Powerderhorn, skaters can go to Fruita for some wakeboarding.
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