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Four represent Valley at 'The Show'

Posted: Thursday, Mar 30th, 2017
Four San Luis Valley basketball players represented the Valley at the 2017 "The Show" All Star Game this past weekend at Metro State University in Denver,
Alamosa's Ryan Brubacher (#24) was joined by Del Norte's Carlos Parra (not pictured) for the boys action while Centauri's Ember Canty (center girl) and Sargent's Quincy Lester third from left) represented the girls.

Bobcats take revenge on Farmers

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 29th, 2017
Special to the Courier
SARGENT--Having just seen Ignacio senior Timmy Plehinger-Williams, hitless in three previous plate appearances (but twice hit by pitches), lash a long double to the leftfield fence with Saturday's game deadlocked in the top of the seventh inning, Terry VanBibber's decision to take the bat out of senior Zach Weinreich's hands didn't come as a surprise

Grizzlies take three from Skyhawks

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 28th, 2017
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--The weekend was exactly what the Adams State University softball team needed as they completed a 4-game series and win over the visiting Fort Lewis Skyhawks on Sunday at the ASU Softball Field.
The Grizzlies, who are now 10-21 overall and 9-12 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, sit in 8th place in the RMAC standings.

SLV basketball players named All-State

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
Courier Sports Editor
VALLEY -- With the 2016-17 basketball season coming to an end, the All-State boys and girls basketball teams were announced earlier this week. They are presented by CHSAANow.com, ColoradoPreps.com and MaxPreps and were voted on by media members and members of those respective media outlets.
These teams were created following a lengthy process which included nominations

Broncos Salute to Fans coming to Del Norte

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
our, presented by U.S. Bank and El Pomar Foundation and supported by Lazydays RV, will visit 11 locations in Colorado from April 21-June 3 with the goal of increasing the bond between the Broncos and communities across the state.
Each stop on the tour will feature a city celebration and a community event that will be determined in partnership with

Larsen, Koets honored as Coaches of the Year

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
Colorado Preps
With the 2016-17 basketball season drawing to close earlier this month, post-season awards are in the process of being handed out and as we've done in the past Colorado Preps announces their Coaches of the Year in all five classes. And we simply don't pick the state champion as our coach, we look for leaders who have

Baseball Score

Posted: Friday, Mar 24th, 2017
Alamosa 14,
Arrupe Jesuit 4

Explosive inning helps Grizzlies salvage one win over Cowgirls

Posted: Thursday, Mar 23rd, 2017
Courier Sports Editor
LAS VEGAS, N.M.--For the third straight week the Adams State University softball team was on the road for Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action. On Saturday, the Grizzlies dropped a heartbreaking walk-off game in the opener, 2-1, before rebounding with a 6-run fifth inning in an 11-6 win in the second game to salvage split with the New

Center Invitational highlights track weekend

Posted: Wednesday, Mar 22nd, 2017
MONTE VISTA--The 2017 track and field season opened up last Friday for several San Luis Valley teams as the Center Vikings hosted the 2017 Center Invitational that was hosted at Monte Vista High School. The meet was held at MVHS because the track at Center Community Park, which normally hosts the meet, is starting to show the wear and tear

Furious fifth: Farmers win big, ending IHS Invite

Posted: Tuesday, Mar 21st, 2017
Special to the Courier
IGNACIO--Touched for just a leadoff single in the bottom of the first, and a one-out double in the second, Sargent's Ryan Davis was otherwise untouchable Saturday evening.
And with fifth place at the 2017 Ignacio Invitational up for grabs, his teammates not only provided more than ample run support offensively but also the necessary defense to

Arby's All Star dunk contest draws excitement

Posted: Saturday, Mar 18th, 2017
The 2017 Arby's All Star Game drew excitement as fans filled Plachy Hall on Friday evening. The two dunkers pictured, Jorge Venzor (23; and Jeff Stevenson battled tooth and nail for the win as they both electrified the crowds with exciting baskets.
Venzor, of Center High School, won the title of best dunk as he received help from Sierra Grande's

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