Updated: 10:56 PM The Paonia Eagles demolished the Center Vikings 73-3 at Brownson Arena, but CMU just fell short of a win in their own home; the Mavericks lost 23-18 to CSU-Pueblo.
Updated: 6:40 PM GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO)-- If you consider yourself a wrestling fan, then you must have been at the Palisade Invitational on Saturday afternoon. Not only did the event showcase the talents of 4 separate top-4 wrestlers in the state, but it also played host to one top ranked teams in the state.
Updated: 3:43 PM The Paonia Eagles went into the final day of the Warrior Classic with a 7.5 point lead, but Roosevelt came out on top for the second straight year.
Updated: 3:48 PM For highlights from day one of the Warrior Classic, click on the video link above.
Updated: 9:25 PM The home wrestling schedule kicked off for most of the Western Slope on Saturday with the usual suspects on the mat.
Updated: 10:43 PM The Palisade Bulldogs cruised through their District Tournament to win claim the title and move onto the 4A Regionals.
Updated: 9:46 PM Fruita Monument looking to clinch a playoff spot, while Grand Junction and Hotchkiss tried to finish off perfect regular seasons. Palisade also looking to knock off unbeaten Rifle at Stocker Stadium.
Updated: 11:05 PM The No. 2 Hotchkiss Bulldogs smoked the Paonia Eagles in the North Fork Bowl 48-0 to secure a 1A WSL championship.
Updated: 10:45 PM Scores from Friday night's games listed below.
Updated: 10:39 PM We've got your western slope scores listed below.
Updated: 11:03 PM The Paonia Eagles pitched a shutout on homecoming night against Meeker 34-0.
Updated: 11:06 PM he Palisade Bulldogs are no longer undefeated while GJHS and Hotchkiss hold onto their unblemished records with big wins at home.
Updated: 2:54 PM Grand Junction remains the top team in 5A but Grandview continues to close the gap for the number-one spot in the Denver Post media poll. Montrose climbs three spots to 6th in 4A, while Palisade moves up to No. 2 in 3A.
Updated: 10:36 PM There was plenty of action on Friday night as nine local teams took the field. Scores are listed below.
Updated: 10:47 PM No. 2 Grand Junction pitched a shutout at Stocker Stadium while No. 1 Mullen lost to Grand View. Are a change in the rankings coming? We'll find out Monday.
Updated: 10:59 PM With Week 2 of the high school football season approaching, we talked to Greg Wentzel of the Team 1340 about last week's top performers and this week's matchups.
Updated: 10:55 PM After handling No. 9 Highlands Ranch 51-35, the Grand Junction football team has moved up to No. 2 in the 5A Denver Post poll. Palisade and Hotchkiss both move up, while Montrose starts to receive votes.
Updated: 10:40 PM The Cedaredge Bruins made a state in the first game of the season by dominating the Paonia Eagles 41-6.
Updated: 11:30 PM Scoreboard for week one of high school football.
Updated: 11:04 PM Two local teams moved up in the Denver Post high school football rankings without even playing a game. Grand Junction and Palisade both moved up in their respective classifications after teams ahead of them lost during zero week.
Updated: 11:06 PM The Paonia Eagles are getting ready for the 2011 season with a completely new look as Scott Rinks moves from defensive coordinator to head coach.
Updated: 6:29 PM The No. 5 Grand Junction Tigers will kick-off the 2011 season against No. 8 Highlands Ranch. Palisade, Olathe, Hotchkiss and Paonia were also ranked in the Denver Post's pre-season polls.
Updated: 9:34 PM The Paonia Eagles scored four runs in their final at bat to defeat Delores for a 2A District Championship.