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HS basketball: Wildcats storm past the Utes

Fruita Monument girls basketball cruises to a 39-10 victory over Uintah on Tuesday night. Wildcats improve to 4-0 on the year.

Despite their strong start to the season, CMU Women's Basketball Head Coach, Taylor Wagner, says there's still lots more he expects to see from his team in terms of offensive production.

With two of their leading scorers from last year out of the mix, the Lady Bulldogs are using these nine games before the winter break to figure themselves out offensively.

After finishing 3-0 in the Warrior Challenge the Fruita Monument Boys Basketball team looks like a force to reckon with this year.

Colorado Mesa Women's Volleyball's Hattie Gianinetti serves to teach

Warrior Challenge: Day Three, December 3rd

Warrior Challenge: Day Two, December 2nd

CMU volleyball: MSU Denver stuns the Mavs in NCAA Quarterfinals match

Warrior Challenge: Day One, December 1st

HS basketball: Warriors primed for more in 2016

HS basketball: Tigers rebuilding and reloading

CMU volleyball: Mavs revamp game plan for NCAA regionals

HS basketball: Fruita girls bring everyone back for 2016

Athlete of the Week: Melissa Gellerman & Sierra Batchelor

CMU men's basketball: Mavs look for new beginning headed into RMAC play

CMU Men's Basketball: Mavs drop fourth straight

HS Football: Meeker falls short of state title

CMU Men's Basketball: Mavs fall in home opener

CMU Volleyball: Team ready for tournament run

CMU men's basketball: Mavs set for Thanksgiving Weekend Home Opener

HS football: Meeker Cowboys gear up for the state title game

CMU volleyball: Mavs are going dancing

Athlete of the Week: Tristan Brown

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