Facility improvements continue at Fruita Monument High School with the addition of newly logo’d windscreens. In a partnership with the City of Fruita and The Locker Room, owned by Girls Basketball Coach Michael Wells, the facilities windscreen received some much needed attention.
The tennis facility is just the latest in a line of improvements the school’s athletic department and boosters have worked hard to fund. Recent additions have included the renovation of the gym floor, new baseball scoreboard and windscreen, weight room improvements and the addition of a Hall of Fame project that continues to evolve.
The efforts continue with the addition of a concrete wall and turf for the Lacrosse teams, and plans to finish the Hall of Fame, improvements to the on campus Soccer Field, new padding in the main gym, and discussions for an on-campus pressbox, concession, and restroom facility to serve baseball and soccer.
The Touchscreen located in the South Hallway will be the home to all our School honored Athletics and Activity groups. We are in the initial stages of entering information for all to see. Not only can you read and see former All-Conference athletes/All State and beginning this year you will be able to see all team pictures. All the inductees to the Hall of Fame will be stored here also.
This monitor can be accessed from the internet also. To see or watch our progress you can have your out of town family and friends access it also. (Click here for the Touchscreen) To share the link it is: fmhsahtletics.touchpros.com/
To get started click on ATHLETICS the go what you are looking for. To return to the main page click the Wildcat Logo
Fruita Monument HS inducted its Inaugural Hall of Fame Class on February 3rd at halftime of the FMHS vs. Grand Junction Basketball Game. A capacity crowd of just under 2,000 witnessed this historic event.
Principal Todd McClaskey said “Tonight we got to celebrate the great history of Fruita Union, Fruita, and Fruita Monument High School” A complete list and profile of inductees can be viewed under the Inductees tab on this website under the Hall of Fame heading.
Fruita Monument HS is proud to announce that Timberline Bank will be the Title Sponsor for the 2016 Timberline Bank Hall of Fame Harvest Fest. The event is being held by the FMHS Athletic Department to raise funds for the creation of the Wildcat Hall of Fame. The event will be held October 21, 2016 starting at 6:00pm at Adobe Creek Golf Course. The evening will include Dinner, Silent Auction, Live Auction, Dancing, and a brief presentation on the project.
FMHS Principal Todd McClaskey, thanked Timberline and said “This is a long overdue project for Fruita and our partnership with the bank is a huge step in moving forward towards its completion in the near future.”
Tickets to the event are $50 and can be bought from any sports team coach or at the Athletic Department office. For more information on the event or to find out how you can get involved, contact Athletic Director Denny Squibb at (970) 254-6621.
Fruita Monument HS has announced the dates for the first annual Timberline Bank Hall of Fame Harvest Fest. The event will take place at Adobe Creek Golf Course on October, 21 2016 starting at 6:00pm. “The Athletic Department is looking to raise funds to build the first ever Wildcat Hall of Fame. Proceeds from evenings events will be used for construction and installation of a permanent Hall of Fame on Campus.” said Fruita Monument Athletic Director Denny Squibb. The evening will consist of a social hour, silent auction, dinner, live auction and a brief presentation about the project and details on how you can participate, nominate, and donate to a long overdue undertaking to represent the best of the Wildcat Family.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact the Athletic Office at (970) 254-6621.