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CPW Offers Pronghorn 101 Class in Rocky Ford

ROCKY FORD, Colo. – Join District Wildlife Managers Jordon Depriest and Steve Keefer Sept. 15, for Pronghorn 101. Learn basic pronghorn biology, hunting tactics and hunting laws and get prepared for the upcoming season in this free class. WHO: Anyone interested in learning more about pronghorn WHAT: Pronghorn 101: Basic information about hunting pronghorn in Colorado WHERE: […]

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Rebound From Hunting License Delays

DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife suspended sales of leftover limited licenses and over-the-counter with caps licenses for nearly three hours on August 5. An unprecedented volume of hunters purchasing various tags caused stress on the system and forced CPW officials to halt sales statewide. As sales resumed at noon, a record number of licenses were […]

Lamar Savages Weekly Sports Report, March 31, 2014

It’s spring and the sports slate is fully underway in Lamar and most of the teams have met with great success. The Savage baseball squad has won five of its first six contests, and the track and field teams, both boys and girls, have won their first two meets in dominating fashion. Only the girls […]

Holly Wildcats Weekly Sports Report, March 31, 2014

After reaching last season’s Class 1A championship game, Holly looked to take the next step this season and bring home the top trophy in baseball. Through the first three games of the year, the Wildcats have looked like anything but contenders, dropping all three by a combined tally of 47-27. The Wildcats began the season […]

Granada Bobcats Weekly Sports Report, March 31, 2014

With the spring sport schedule a couple of weeks old, the Granada Bobcats are looking like the program that made three straight trips to the Class 1A state baseball championship game between 2007-09, winning the title in the final appearance. The Bobcats took the #6 ranking in the poll into last week’s action, and […]

Lamar High School Weekly Sports Update, February 26, 2014

Lamar’s student-athletes were very busy in the last week, with two teams participating in the postseason. The Savage wrestlers wrapped things up last weekend with a trip to the state tournament at the Pepsi Center in Denver. As for the Lady Savages, they continued to roll along on their quest for a state basketball title. […]

Lamar Savage Sports Weekly Report, February 12, 2014

It has been a busy week for the winter sports teams at Lamar High School, with both basketball teams playing three games each, and the wrestlers squaring off in three duals. The Lady Savages, and the Savage wrestlers each went undefeated during the week, while the Savage basketball squad struggled to an 0-3 record during […]

Lady Trojans Snap Four-Game Skid

The Las Animas Lady Trojans had lost four straight games heading into last Friday’s home contest against John Mall. That skid came to a close with a 62-33 victory over the Lady Panthers. However, the Lady Trojans were unable to build off that win, as they were defeated by Rye, 62-31, the next night. In […]

Holly Ladies Split Series With Springfield

It was a marquee match-up on paper and the game lived up to the billing when Holly’s Lady Wildcats visited Springfield last Friday night. Both teams were right on the cusp of making the top ten in their respective classes, and the earlier meeting between the two went down to the wire. Holly won that […]

Cardinals Earn Win Over Cheraw Despite FT Struggles

In a clash of ranked opponents, it is rare that one team can shoot less than 50% from the free throw line and still earn the victory. Last Friday night, McClave accomplished that feat, missing nine of 15 freebies against Cheraw, while picking up a 46-33 win. A hot start, sparked by the bigs, had […]

Scoreless First Half Leads to Big Loss for Wiley Ladies

In mismatches, a scoreless quarter can be common. But, for a team to be goose-egged in an entire half, now that’s a little more rare. However, that event took place last Thursday when Wiley took on #2 Eads in girls action. A blow-out victory was all but expected for Eads, as the Lady Eagles took […]

Strong First Quarter Powers Wildcats to Victory

After having their share of slow starts lately, the Holly Wildcats put the pedal to the floor last Friday against Springfield. The Wildcats raced out to a 22-point opening period, on their way to a 66-59 road win against the Longhorns. With both of the previous meetings this season between these two teams having been […]

Lady Cards Rally Past Cheraw

Trailing for more than three quarters, McClave’s Lady Cardinals finished off a fourth quarter rally last Friday night (Jan. 31) to defeat Cheraw, 38-37. McClave had been its own worst enemy in the early stages of the game, failing to handle the pressure of the Lady Wolverines. Cheraw cranked up the defensive intensity from the […]

Lady Cards Drop Two Over the Weekend

To call the McClave Lady Cardinals streaky just might be an understatement. After dropping both games last weekend, the Lady Cards have now had three losing streaks of two games this season. That goes along with a three-game winning streak to begin the season, and a run of two in the win column that was […]

Game Recap LCC Women’s Basketball vs Howard College

The LCC women’s basketball team held off a strong Howard College team 63-62 and winning their 3rd straight game to start the 2012-13 season. LCC’s Ellie Stevens had 23 points and six rebounds on 7-of-22 shooting as the game went back and forth during the second half between the two teams. Howard College (1-1) had […]

Business of the Week – KLMR Radio

You help your community thrive when you shop locally! Be sure to read The Prowers Journal each week when the Lamar Chamber of Commerce and The Prowers Journal highlight a featured Business of the Week. This week we are proud to spotlight KLMR Radio, located at 7350 US Highway 50 in Lamar and you can call them at: 719.336.2206 KLMR was first signed […]

LCC Men’s Basketball Update 1-24-2012

The LCC men’s basketball team picked up its first win in 2012 last week with a 90-89 win over Clarendon College last Wednesday in Clarendon, TX. However their struggles continue as they dropped a 74-71 decision against Northeastern Junior College, Saturday in Sterling, CO. The Runnin’ Lopes are now 5-12 on the season and 0-3 […]

Lamar Invitational Track Meet, Team Results

The weather remained brisk this past Saturday, March 26, for the annual Lamar Invitational Track meet at Savage Stadium, a pleasant change from the track meets the past couple of years when temperatures barely climbed into the 50s. The Limon girls led the pack of competitors, racking up 93 points for a first place finish. […]

LCC Men and Women, Sweeping the Competition

LCC completed a four game sweep of the Colorado State University Club team on the weekend by the scores of 5-4, 12-8, 18-8, 7-0. Game one saw ace Arturo Maltos-Garcia take the mound and get a five inning no-decision. Arturo struck out eight and allowed one earned run. Due to a high pitch count, Brandon […]