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Eagles baseball team loaded for 2017 year

The Paonia Eagles opened the baseball season at 2-0, sweeping a doubleheader against the Uintah Utes last Thursday in Grand Junction, 3-0, 8-4.

Last season the Eagles won the District 2 championship on a 5-4 win over rival Hotchkiss.

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Bruins building program
Bruins building program

Cedaredge High School's baseball team has split the first four games of the year. A new regime of coaches are on board in Cedaredge and they have serious intent to make the Bruins the best they can be.

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Panthers 2-2 in baseball
Panthers 2-2 in baseball

The Delta High School baseball team is 2-2 on the new season with some impressive teams it has done battle with.

The Panthers began their 2017 campaign against Roaring Fork with an 8-1 win on March 10.

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Cedaredge girls bring state track experience
Cedaredge girls bring state track experience

The Cedaredge girls scored 56 points to place fifth Saturday at the Delta Panther Invitational.

Freshman Brie McGovern placed fourth in the 400m dash, and sophomore Emily Tullis placed third in the 100-meter hurdles and was fifth in the 300 hurdles.

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Bruin boys place 2nd at Delta track meet
Bruin boys place 2nd at Delta track meet

The Cedaredge men's track team had 27 top-eight placers and scored 140 points to finish second Saturday at the Delta Panther Invitational. In their first meet of the season the Bruins won four golds, four silvers, and five bronze medals.

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Lockhart golden thrower
Lockhart golden thrower

Lily Lockhart's track and field season is off to a good start. At Saturday's Delta Panther Invitational Lockhart handily won the shot put and discus.

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3A move gives Delta thinclads state hope
3A move gives Delta thinclads state hope

Delta has struggled in recent years to qualify athletes for state. Last season, as one of the smallest schools in Class 4A, the Panthers qualified a total of three athletes for state.

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Firor, medley team win gold for Hotchkiss
Firor, medley team win gold for Hotchkiss

The Hotchkiss girls 800-meter sprint medley team had a golden start to the track season Saturday at the Delta Panther Invitational. Jordan Tamayo, Kaiya Firor, Jasmine Gaub and Fatima Rodriquez earned their first gold medal of the season with a time of 1 minute, 57.45 seconds.

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Zack Allen clears 6-4 in opening track meet
Zack Allen clears 6-4 in opening track meet

In his first meet of the season, Hotchkiss senior Zack Allen raised the bar. Last Saturday, Allen opened the track and field season with a state-qualifying high jump of 6 feet, 4 inches to win the Delta Panther Invitational. Allen, a senior and two-time state placer, was one of three to clear the bar at 5-10, but was the only remaining competitor after clearing 6 feet.

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Hotchkiss diamond crew playing well
Hotchkiss diamond crew playing well

A walk-off two-run double by Kale Litzelman in the bottom of the sixth inning gave Hotchkiss a 14-4 season-opener win against Roaring Fork last week.

Hotchkiss opened with a 4-0 lead, with Jonathan Gonzalez hitting a one-run double and Chase Hiatt following with a two-run double.

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CHS baseball rises on community support

The following information was submitted by Joe Carlson as a means of introducing the passion Cedaredge High School's new baseball coach, Terry Montoya, has for the community and Bruin baseball team.

Cedaredge High School has a new baseball coach, Terry Montoya.

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Paonia thinclads shine
Paonia thinclads shine

The Paonia girls are a perennial powerhouse in both the track and field events. The Eagles will seek their fifth consecutive state team title this May.

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Paonia girls 2A champs
Paonia girls 2A champs

Paonia High School girls' basketball coach remembered the scenario which unfolded in the 2010 championship matchup between the Eagles and Akron. "Down eight with 2:30 left in the game. I asked the girls to look me in the eye and I told them we were going to win," quoted Paonia girls coach Scott Rienks.

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Paonia boys lose pair of heartbreakers; 4th at state
Paonia boys lose pair of heartbreakers; 4th at state

A couple of tough-luck games at the 2017 boys' Class 2A State Basketball Championships were all that stood in the way of Paonia High School's shot at a state basketball title.

The Eagles had some early difficulty handling the No. 3 Del Norte Tigers in quarterfinal play before dispatching them with a 45-37 win.

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Webb sisters play hoops
Webb sisters play hoops

To say basketball is in the family history is a certainty in speaking of Delta High School's Webb sisters.

The saga began with Skylyn Webb, who was a four-year starter for the Panthers.

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Pipher steps down at Paonia
Pipher steps down at Paonia

It's a tradition at Paonia High School that each year, after state wrestling, the team celebrates the end of the season and enjoys some ice cream. And each year Paonia head coach Andy Pipher recaps the season and shares something personal about each wrestler.

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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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Paonia's Godwin to play soccer at Adams
Paonia's Godwin to play soccer at Adams

Colton Godwin is about to become a Grizzly. Last Friday the Paonia senior signed to play soccer at Adams State University in Alamosa, which competes in the NCAA Division II Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Godwin plans to study business marketing after taking a business class this year with Brent McRae.

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Local wrestlers receive CHSAA all-state honors

Five Delta County wrestlers were recently named to the Colorado High School Activities Association All-State wrestling team. From Paonia, senior heavyweight Trevor Smith received Class 2A First Team honors, and Sackett Chesnik (138) was named All-State Second Team.

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Bruin girls ousted in opening regional play

The first quarter start wasn't fantastic, but the No. 14 Bruins led 10-8 at quarter's end. A pair of three-balls, one from Hailey Henrie and another from Makayla Mckinney, helped achieve the short-lived lead for the Bruins.

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Delta girls win, lose tilts

Delta High School's girls team lost four of its last five games but had high enough RPI points to make it into the field of 32 of post-season play.

The Panthers (13-9) were seeded 26th in last week's regional play in Denver.

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Hotchkiss' record best since 2010 campaign
Hotchkiss' record best since 2010 campaign

Under second-year head coach Eric Hollembeak, the Hotchkiss Bulldogs ended the basketball season with a 16-7 overall and a 9-3 record and in fourth place in the 13-team 2A/1A Western Slope league. That is the Bulldogs' best record since the 2009-2010 season when Hotchkiss posted a 19-5 record and qualified for the 3A state tournament.

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Delta boys lose title bid shot
Delta boys lose title bid shot

Last week's regional playoffs were held throughout the state of Colorado. Delta joined Bayfield, Alamosa and Rye in a regional challenge in Bayfield. Alamosa (No. 12) and Rye (No. 21) played in the first game on Friday. Alamosa emerged the victor, 52-44, in that contest. Delta and Bayfield played in the evening's marques matchup.

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Eagles are second seed at 2A state tourney
Eagles are second seed at 2A state tourney

The Paonia Eagles will make their sixth consecutive trip to the girls state basketball championships this week after defeating Center, 78-37, Saturday at the West Slope regional tournament at Gunnison. They enter the Great 8 bracket as the No. 2 seed and with a 22-0 record.

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