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Rig count in Piceance takes plunge

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The rig count in the Piceance Basin has dropped more steeply than the entire state of Wyoming and more than in the neighboring Uinta Basin. Last October, 102 rigs were drilling into the rock of northwest Colorado in search of natural gas. The ...


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Strong first quarter lifts Gunnison girls

By Special to the Sentinel

The Gunnison High School girls basketball team started off quickly and never looked back. The Cowboys scored the first 12 points of the game Saturday en route to a 57-34 win over Basalt in the Class 3A Western Slope League district ...


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Skiers rout Coal Ridge to win 3A WSL district title

By Special to the Sentinel

The Aspen High School boys basketball team rolled to its second straight district title. The Skiers outscored Coal Ridge 44-17 in the first half Saturday to rout the Titans 73-42 in the Class 3A Western Slope League district tournament at ...


Shooting woes hurt Warriors

By Special to the Sentinel

CENTENNIAL — The Central High School boys basketball team could not buy a basket early. And once senior forward Kahler Grandbouche found himself sitting more than playing because of foul trouble, the Warriors had absolutely no answer ...


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Denver rugby coach helps local players relearn the basics

By Patrick Bahr

Saturday morning at Canyon View Park, the Denver Barbarians put on a skills clinic for roughly 15-20 Grand Junction rugby players. The local players were all associated with either the Grand Junction Rugby Club or the rugby club at Mesa State ...


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Overland’s heroics halt Grand Junction’s season

By Patrick Bahr

One shot. Two seconds. Three points. That was the difference Saturday night between jubilation of victory and the heartbreak of defeat as Overland’s Aaron Marshall threw up a 3-pointer falling out of bounds with 2.5 seconds left to ...


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Home-court advantage can be key in postseason

By Patrick Bahr

In basketball, what is difficult for one team is comfortable for the other. Home-court advantage is something every team strives to establish, making its gym a dreaded place to play for opponents. During the 2008-2009 season, the Grand ...


Mavs fall to Thunderwolves in Brown’s final game on sidelines

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PUEBLO — Stephanie Delgado couldn’t choke back the tears Saturday night as she ended her Mesa State College basketball career. “It’s a pretty emotional night for me,” she said. “We never gave up. Every game ...


Pressure too much for Mavs on basketball court

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PUEBLO — Reality set in Saturday night for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. For two months, the Mavericks have focused only on the game at hand. Suddenly, the game at hand meant everything. “You could tell we ...


Briefs: Sports Mesa State Roundup March 01, 2009

By Staff

WRESTLING •  Mesa State’ Chase Walker and Rhett Breed qualified for the NCAA Division II Championships by placing third in the RMAC/West Regional Championships on Saturday in Kearney, Neb. The Mavericks placed seventh in the ...


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