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Cross country race in Salida, Loveland

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
SAN LUIS VALLEY--Cross country season is nearing ‘championship season' and this past weekend was the second to last week in which teams could participate in invitationals and open meets before San Luis Valley teams head to Pueblo for the 2014 regional meets, which are set to run on Thursday, Oct. 16 at Elmwood Golf Course.
Alamosa made
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Wasinger named Coach of the Week

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
Wasinger named Coach of the Week
By ERIC R. FLORES
Courier Sports Editor
MONTE VISTA--Monte Vista High School Head Football Coach Manny Wasinger has been named as the Denver Broncos' NFL High School Coach of the Week. Wasinger has led his pirates to a 3-2 record so far this year to up his career record to 201-83.
In 2001 when
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Alamosa, Monte Vista tied at 3A State Golf

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 1st, 2014
By ERIC R. FLORES
Courier Sports Editor
STERLING -- After complete results were posted on Tuesday after the final round of the 2014 Class 3A state golf tournament at Northeastern 18, the Monte Vista Pirates and the Alamosa Mean Moose golf team finished in a tie for 12th place.
Sterling won the team title by finishing with a score of
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Valley teams have a successful weekend

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
SAN LUIS VALLEY--An action packed weekend saw several San Luis Valley football and volleyball teams in action on Friday evening and Saturday. The weekend saw several teams win some competitive games and some teams even bring tournament trophies home.

Volleyball
Alamosa captures Fowler title
FOWLER--A trip to the Eastern Plains of Colorado proved to be a
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Thunderbirds tame Panthers, 62-20

Posted: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
Special to the Courier
BLANCA -- Right from the get go, the Sangre De Cristo Thunderbirds dominated the Sierra Grande Panthers on Friday afternoon as they earned a mercy rule, 62-20 win.
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Rogers hits hole in one

Posted: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
Alamosa's Mike Rogers made a hole in one on hole 13 at Cattails Golf Course on Wednesday morning. He hit a 5 iron off the tee. Rogers, who is posed with his ball posted his first hole in one. His playing partner was Phil Schrader.
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Bayfield sweeps Moose

Posted: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
BALL MAGNET: Alamosa libero Brooke Trujillo (2) absorbs a Bayfield spike during Thursday night's Intermountain League road match inside BHS Gymnasium. Trujillo's two incredible digs--one very early in Game 1, one late in Game 3--of BHS' 6'6" Kirstie Hillyer wowed both sides of the crowd, and boosted the Mean Moose morale in the battle. The #5-ranked Lady Wolverines prevailed 25-14,
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Pirates capture IML crown

Posted: Thursday, Sep 25th, 2014
The Monte Vista Golf Team consisting of Brandon Medina, Anfernee Romero, Kade Scherden and Gavin Burk and coached by Justin Romero, pose for a photo earlier this week after they won the 2014 Intermountain League (IML) team crown at the Rio Grande Golf Club in South Fork. The Pirates will now turn their attention to the Class 3A State Tournament
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Mean Moose down Miners in Tuesday clash

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 24th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--Despite starting Tuesday night's non-conference match with the Trinidad Miners a little rocky, the Alamosa Mean Moose dominated for a 3-set sweep over the Miners. They won with set scores of 25-19, 25-23 and 25-13.
The first set was not as easy-going as the Mean Moose would have liked as they led by one or two points
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Adams State Women's XC win team crown

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 24th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
COLORADO SPRINGS, Led by a trio of freshman, the Adams State University men's cross country team earned second place at the Colorado College Invitational. The Grizzlies, who finished with 38 points, were 17 points behind eventual winner, Colorado Mines capturing the top three spots for 21 points.
CSU-Pueblo finished in third place with 96 points.
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Mavericks hold off late-charging Grizzlies

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--An offense that did not start clicking until the fourth quarter saw the home team score 20 unanswered points in the final 15 minutes and it was not enough for the Adams State University football team to complete a comeback as the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks won 28-20 on Saturday night in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)
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Grizzlies drop 5-set match to Roadrunners

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 23rd, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--After opening up the weekend with two conference sweeps, the Adams State University volleyball team suffered a 5-set disappointing loss to the Metropolitan State University of Denver Roadrunners inside Plachy Hall.
The Roadrunners, who are now 9-2, 3-0 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) play, won by set scores of 23-25, 25-23, 25-18, 23-25, 15-12 over
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Trojans suffer first loss of 2014

Posted: Saturday, Sep 20th, 2014
ANTONITO--After starting the season 3-0 and having one of the top passers in 6-Man Football, the Antonito Trojans suffered their first loss of the 2014 season on Friday afternoon as the La Veta Redskins, who returned to football action after having to cancel their season in 2013 because of participation problems, defeated the Antonito 40-13.
The Trojans played from behind
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Pirates defeat Pirates for Wasinger’s 200th win

Posted: Saturday, Sep 20th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
PAGOSA SPRINGS--Even an hour-and-a-half lightning delay could not stop the Monte Vista Pirates from capturing a special win on Friday night as they downed the Pagosa Springs Pirates 20-7. The win, which helped Monte Vista improve to 2-2 on the season, was the 200th career win in the storied career of Head Coach Manny Wasinger.
"It has
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Miners defeat Alamosa with second half comeback

Posted: Saturday, Sep 20th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--Despite trailing 14-0 at the halftime break, the Trinidad Miners controlled most of the second half to down the Alamosa Mean Moose and spoil Homecoming celebrations with a 27-21 win at the Alamosa Athletic Stadium.
Alamosa which battled several injuries attempted to rebound from a loss last week but an astonishing 18-play 9-minute and 6-second drive in
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Pirates outlast Mean Moose in IML showdown

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--Two trips over Wolf Creek in as many days appeared to not have any effect on the Pagosa Springs Pirates because just a day after defeating the Class 1A Sangre de Cristo Thunderbirds in four sets on Wednesday, they repeated their 4-set winning ways on Thursday. Thursday's victory came in an Intermountain League contest as they downed
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Football teams ready for Week Four action

Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
Courier Sports editor
SAN LUIS VALLEY--With three weekends already done the San Luis Valley football schedule is jam packed on Friday as teams battle for league position.
In all, nine football games are slated for Friday with five games being in the Valley. The action will start at 2 p.m. when the undefeated Trojans play the 1-2 La Veta Redskins
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Gymnasts finish second at Palmer Ridge Invite

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
Courier Sports Editor
MONUMENT--Improvement with each week. That is exactly what Alamosa Gymnastics Co-Head Coach Delilah Mahaney is seeing with her squad this season. This past weekend the Mean Moose gymnasts did not disappoint as they finished in second place at the very competitive Palmer Ridge Invitational at the SunDance Studio.
The Pueblo Central Wildcats were the overall team champions
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