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Women’s Basketball: Pack squeaks past Grizzlies, 65-64

By James Bartolo After Adams State Grizzly guard Marshell Hollins’ buzzer-beating jumper fell short of tying the game at 65, the Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolves celebrated their second victory against a conference opponent Friday night.  Thunderwolf guard Jennah Knafelc blocked Hollins’ previous 3-point attempt with 0:01 remaining in the fourth quarter. Hollins...
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Men’s Basketball has hopes to rebound this season

By James Gavato  Colorado State University-Pueblo’s men’s basketball team is looking to bounce back from last season’s heartbreak.   A season ago, the Thunderwolves faced the Western State Mountaineers in their last regular season game, with the winner clinching a spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament.  In a turn of...
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Volleyball seeks strong finish

By Jacob Duran With just three games left in the season, the Colorado State University-Pueblo Thunderwolf women’s volleyball team is looking to finish the season strong. They play their next game tonight at 7 at Massari Arena. Last week’s “Think Pink Night” at Massari Arena was a successful night for...
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Bell rings red once again

By James Gavato   For the third year in a row, the Centennial Bulldogs beat the Central Wildcats in the first South-Central League Bell Game since 2011.    The Bulldogs beat the Wildcats 24-12. The Wildcats began the scoring with 9:16 left in the second quarter with a drive that began on their own...

A history lesson for Pueblo’s Bell Game

By Alexis Smith The Centennial Bulldogs and Central Wildcats will meet for the 118th time Friday Oct. 19 at Dutch Clark Stadium for the annual Bell Game, a Pueblo tradition. Often known as the oldest high school rivalry west of the Mississippi, the Bell Game rivalry is one of the...
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