Brandon Warr                    Ruby Barron prepares to fire a shot on goal.

Gradual improvement can be just as good as winning. Of course, everyone wants to win. However, taking steps in a positive direction is key to a successful season. The West

Courtesy                    Alexia Thiros empties the tank at the finish line this past weekend at nationals.

Western Cross Country — The Western Colorado University women, ranked sixth going into the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships, outran their ranking to make the podium with a fourth-place

Brandon Warr                    Josh Tomasi drives to the basket in Saturday’s win over Pacific Union College.

Western Men’s Basketball — The Western Colorado University men's basketball team was clutch at the freethrow line down the stretch, helping them pull away from Midland University for a 61-54

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Western Men’s Basketball — The 2018-19 season wasn’t one to remember for the Western Colorado University men’s basketball team. The Mountaineers went from a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) playoff

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Western Cross Country — They say the most dangerous team isn’t one that has been dominant all season, but the one that reaches its stride at the right time. Perhaps

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GHS Girls Basketball — The first day of practice always comes with a mix of emotions — ranging from excitement to nervousness. That much is expected for any athletic program,

New talent needed to fill void

Western Wrestling — Winning the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) championship and having an All-American wrestler is good — but not good enough. Especially when the goal is to have

Titans come up short in state quarterfinals

CBHS Soccer — Defending a state championship title is easier said than done. As soon as team members hoist the trophy above their heads and celebrates with fans, every team

Squirts thwarted in semifinals

The West Elk Hockey Association Squirt “A” and “B” teams fought hard against tough competition this past weekend at the annual Drop The Puck tournament in Gunnison. However, neither team

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Western Women’s Basketball — The Western Colorado University women's basketball team got key performances from veteran Samantha Coleman and newcomer Hannah Cooper and combined it with a strong defensive showing

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