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Young ‘Cats primed for SWL run

Courtesy Matt Meyer Sunday, January 17, 2016 It’s a top-heavy Southwestern League for girls basketball this season, and points might be hard to come by for every team. Fruita Monument and Montrose are the early favorites, but Central, Grand Junction and Durango all have defensive talents. The Wildcats are 11-3 and won the Heritage Holiday Hoopla.

Aztec Lady Tiger Rumble Bracket Released

The bracket for the Aztec, NM Lady Tiger Rumble has been released and features teams from three states.  Aztec, Shiprock NW, and Los Alamos hail from the host state of New Mexico, while Red Valley Cove, Monument Valley and Red Mesa travel in from Arizona.  Fruita Monument, and Durango round out the field from Colorado.

Fruita Monument High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Heritage High School 37-15

Friday, December 18, 2015 12:00 AM Fruita Monument High School AWAY 37 Heritage High School HOME 15 Game Recap Riley Snyder scored 20 points for the second consecutive night as the Wildcats advanced to the Championship Game of the Heritage Hoopla Tournament for the 2nd Straight year. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Fruita Monument

Dalby, Wendland & CO, Wildcat Classic All Tournament Team

Dalby, Wendland & CO, P.C. Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team Talaunee Croasman-Grand County Lindsey Blanc-Carbon County Cassidy Bryant-Central Tori Catlett-Grand Junction Morgan Driscoll-Loveland Tatum Rembao-Loveland Riley Snyder-Fruita Monument MacKenzie Wells-Fruita Monument

Dalby, Wendland & CO Wildcat Classic Concludes

Courtesy Matt Meyer Saturday, December 12, 2015 When Jill Payne started shooting the basketball for the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team Saturday, the first few shots banged out. Prodded by Tigers coach Sam Provenza, she kept shooting. Those shots eventually fell, and Grand Junction got a second offensive contributor for the first time in

OT Game Highlights Day 2 of Dalby,Wendland Wildcat Classic

Courtesy Matt Meyer-Daily Sentinel Friday, December 11, 2015 One night after setting the Loveland High School girls basketball team’s scoring record, Tatum Rembao broke it Friday, scoring 39 points for the Indians in a 67-58 overtime victory over Fruita Monument. Rembao has been an offensive force at the Dalby, Wendland Wildcat Classic, surpassing 30 points