Dykstra’s work in community got fans excited about tourney

JUCO loses first leader

Dwayne “Dyke” Dykstra was JUCO’s first chairman, serving from 1959-1967, when the tournament first moved to Grand Junction and grew into the event it is today. Dykstra died Sunday at age 87.



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Dwayne “Dyke” Dykstra was JUCO’s first chairman, serving from 1959-1967, when the tournament first moved to Grand Junction and grew into the event it is today. Dykstra died Sunday at age 87.

Dyke Dykstra knew right off the bat it was going to take a lot of people to make the first Junior College World Series in Grand Junction a success. Dwayne S. “Dyke” Dykstra, 87,…




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