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Bulldogs top Nucla, roll over Dove Creek

With six games remaining in regulation play the Hotchkiss Bulldogs are now 10-2 overall and 3-0 and in second place in the 2A District 3/5 baseball standings ahead of this Saturday's doubleheader at Rangely.

In their 11-2 win over Nucla, the Dogs took a 6-0 lead in the opening inning.

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Delta 16-0 hardball winner over Pirates
Delta 16-0 hardball winner over Pirates

Delta and Olathe have had a long history of playing baseball against each other. Last week's contest, played in Delta, was all Panthers from start to finish. Delta opened with four runs in the first inning, added one more in the second and piled on 10 big runs in the third to build a 15-0 lead.

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Delta soccer team defeats Vail Christian
Delta soccer team defeats Vail Christian

Three games last week resulted in one win and two losses for Delta's girls soccer team. The Panthers defeated Vail Christian (2A Region 2, 1-6 and 2-7) 6-0 on Tuesday, April 11, but fell to league-leading Vail Mountain (7-0 and 8-1) and Aspen (3-2 and 5-4).

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Paonia tops Delta in tennis
Paonia tops Delta in tennis

In its 5-2 win over Delta the Paonia tennis team swept the singles matches in straight sets last Thursday at Apple Valley Park.

At one singles competition, McKenna Erickson defeated Makyla Miramontez, 6-4, 6-0. At two singles Kelsey Stroud defeated Cassidy Parker, 6-1, 6-1.

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3A tennis class could mean more qualifiers

With regional tennis just two weeks away, local tennis teams are considering the possibility of qualifying for state in a new light.

Beginning this year the Colorado High School Activities Association has three classes of tennis, 5A, 4A and 3A. Schools with enrollment of up to 1,059 students drop from Class 4A to 3A, which means smaller schools like Paonia, the smallest school in Region 8 with 152 students, Cedaredge with 259, and Delta with 610 students, won't compete against true 4A schools for the first time since the CHSAA sanctioned the sport in the 1990s.

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Bruins stumble in Gunnison, beat Basalt
Bruins stumble in Gunnison, beat Basalt

A visit to Gunnison on April 11 turned out to be disastrous for Cedaredge as it lost a 14-0 conference decision to the Cowboys. Later in the week, the Bruins returned to their winning ways with a doubleheader sweep over the visiting Basalt Longhorns on Saturday.

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Eagles top 5A, 3A teams
Eagles top 5A, 3A teams

With five games remaining in the prep baseball season, it seems no one is going to touch Paonia. Even in facing a 5A team and a high-ranked 3A team last week, its record remained unscathed and it ended the week at 13-0.

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Lockhart sets discus mark; boys 4x800 wins

Last weekend's Demon Invitational was a challenge for the Panthers. There were 21 teams in the girls division and 20 in the boys.

Delta's girls finished eighth with 34 points and the boys scored 22 points to place 11th.

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Throwers, Meilner top Eagles at track meet

Returning state placers Blake Benson and Warren Minerich continue to be consistent point-earners for the Paonia boys track team.

At Saturday's 37th annual Demon Invitational at Glenwood Springs Saturday, Minerich placed fourth in the shot put with a throw of 44 feet, 11 inches.

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Bruins fourth, 15th at Demon

The Cedaredge boys track team placed fourth in a field of 20 teams at the Demon Invitational in Glenwood Springs, and Cedaredge's girls finished 15th, out of 21 teams, with 15 points.

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Paonia girls earn win at Demon Invitational

At Saturday's 20-team Demon Invitational track and field meet in Glenwood Springs the Paonia girls swept the long jump event, with senior Brianna Van Vleet winning gold with a mark of 17 feet, 11.75 inches. The mark also broke the meet record of 16-10.5 set by a Glenwood Springs athlete in 1985 -- the first year the Demon Invitational was held.

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Paonia fights hard in tennis loss to Demons
Paonia fights hard in tennis loss to Demons

Against Glenwood Springs on April 1, senior two singles player Kelsey Stroud posted the sole win for the Paonia tennis team, handily defeating Savanah Kelley, 1-6, 0-6.

The team had some long and hard-fought games against Glenwood Springs, said head coach Dee Holt, with four of the seven matches determined by 10-point tiebreakers.

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Panther relays, Byers help Delta finish 2nd

Delta's 4x100, 4x200 and the 4x800 relay teams earned first place finishes in an 11-team field last week in Parachute at the Cardinal Open. Beau Byers duplicated the three gold medal performances by the relay teams with a trio of victories in his specialties, 110 high hurdles, 300 hurdles and triple jump.

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Delta girls top field at Cardinal Open April 4

Delta's girls track team was the class of the field last week in Parachute. The Panthers scored 120 points to capture the team title in an 11-team field.

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Hotchkiss' Young top shot, discus thrower
Hotchkiss' Young top shot, discus thrower

The throwers were the big point winners for Hotchkiss Saturday at the Eagle Valley Invitational meet.

Junior Darrin Young had the winning throw of 44 feet, 8 inches in the shot put, and added almost 20 feet to his prior personal best for a winning throw of 126 feet, 6 inches.

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Paonia boys fifth at GV
Paonia boys fifth at GV

At last Wednesday's Grand Valley Cardinal Open track meet in Parachute, the Paonia boys scored 55.5 points to place fifth.

Junior Caden Meilner won silver in the 1600-meter run with a time of 4:55.81 seconds, and placed fifth in the 800m run with a time of 2:18.19.

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Bruin girls' track team earns 3rd at Cardinal Open Saturday
Bruin girls' track team earns 3rd at Cardinal Open Saturday

Cedaredge's girls scored 101 points in Parachute and placed third behind Delta and Grand Valley on April 4.

The Bruins scored 35 points Saturday (April 8) to place ninth in the 15-team field in the Frank Woodburn at Stocker Stadium.

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Bulldogs sweep DH against Meeker nine

Hotchkiss ended the week with an 8-2 record after sweeping a conference doubleheader Saturday against Meeker. The games opened conference play for the Cowboys, who were 6-0 heading into the series.

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Paonia girls win Frank Woodburn track meet
Paonia girls win Frank Woodburn track meet

Despite missing its junior teammates due to state testing, the Paonia girls track team scored 111 points to win the 15-team Frank Woodburn Track Meet in Grand Junction Saturday.

Senior Sophia Anderson won two individual events. Her winning time of 26 seconds flat in the 200-meter dash broke the 2015 school record of 26.14 set by Marisa Edmondson.

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Eagles 11-0 ahead of Grand Junction game
Eagles 11-0 ahead of Grand Junction game

Paonia continues to dominate on the diamond. Last week the Eagles outscored opponents, 46-2, in three games.

A walk-off three-run homer by Kaden Seriani in the bottom of the fifth inning gave Paonia an 11-0 non-conference win over Coal Ridge last Wednesday.

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Trey Geyer RMN champion
Trey Geyer RMN champion

Competition at the middle school Rocky Mountain Nationals is achieved only after rigorous effort and committment. There are 21 weight classifications in the middle school competition, beginning at 70 pounds and progressing to the heavyweight division.

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Bruins' 4x200 winning
Bruins' 4x200 winning

Cedaredge's 4x200 relay team has the boys holding the edge in most races they run in. The team of Isaac Swoffer, Drew Markley, Brendon Klaseen and Ty Grant are unbeaten so far in the three meets they have competed in.

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Bruins' 8-run inning dooms Hotchkiss nine
Bruins' 8-run inning dooms Hotchkiss nine

The Bruins of Cedaredge had a strong week with wins over 2A Hotchkiss and 3A Moffat County. A big second inning got Cedaredge off to a lead it would never relinquish in an 11-1 non conference victory. A weekend encounter against Moffat County was another win, 9-2, for the Bruins.

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Ethan Keller Commits
Ethan Keller Commits

Delta's Ethan Keller, second from right, signed to attend Northeast Community College in Norfolk, Neb. Keller will be working toward a culinary diploma while attending school and is expected to see plenty of baseball action for the Hawks in their inaugural baseball season.

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Paonia hoops starters all headed to college
Paonia hoops starters all headed to college

Paonia girls head basketball coach Scott Rienks has one of the most athletic teams of his career. The Eagles were league and district champions, and last weekend they won their 22nd consecutive game of the season to qualify for this week's final 8 state tournament.

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