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Gumballs disappeared rapidly in nasty campaign season

By Bob Silbernagel

When we at The Daily Sentinel initiated our gumball grading system early in September, we had only one preconceived notion: Candidates of both parties and the independent groups that support them would engage in petty political attacks that do ...


Jussel: San Francisco likely to put another nail in Broncos’ coffin

By Rick Jussel

Normally, I block out a chunk of Sunday to observe the antics of the Denver Broncos. Last Sunday, that routine changed. At 2:18 MDT (I did indeed check my watch), I was in a room devoid of television, radio or computer access, turning ...


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Marathon man: Local runner has gone the distance in all 50 states

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When Bryan Baroffio completed his first marathon in April 2004 in Moab, his family thought that was it. So did he. “After the race I was pretty sore and beat,” Baroffio said. “We got back to the hotel room, I’m laying ...


Fruita’s Brown finishes 55th at state XC meet

By Staff

Fruita Monument’s Kyler Brown finished 55th in the 2010 Colorado State Cross Country meet at Arapahoe County Fairgrounds in Aurora. Brown, a sophomore, finished in 17 minutes, 30 seconds during a windy day on a course that featured ...


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Injury bug bites again: Already without four starters, Central loses three more players in loss

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At this point, the Central High School football team is simply trying to survive. The Warriors have already lost more than a half-dozen players to injuries this season and lost some more Saturday in a 35-14 loss to Lakewood at Stocker ...


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Mavs breathe sigh of relief: Defense stymies final Western State rally to cap win

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It’s strange what happens when you remind a football team of what cannot happen. It happens. Only seconds after Mesa State College’s defense stopped Western State on downs Saturday night at Stocker Stadium, sending the offense ...


Loss to Durango in district title game doesn’t cost ‘Dogs spot in regionals

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team lost Saturday in the championship of the District 8 tournament 25-16, 25-20, 25-7 to host Durango. Despite the loss, the Bulldogs are moving on to regionals. “We have had a little bit of a ...


Mustangs sweep Mesa, close gap in RMAC West

By Staff

Western New Mexico made the RMAC West Division race a whole lot closer Saturday night, sweeping Mesa State and pulling within one match of the Mavericks in the standings with two to play. The West Division champion will receive the No. 2 seed ...


Mesa State volleyball scores, Oct. 30, 2010

By Staff

Western N.M. 3, Mesa State 0 Saturday at Silver City, N.M. Western New Mexico def. Mesa State 25-22, 25-19, 25-22 Kills: MSC 36 (Bosch 12, Kemp 10, McCormick 5, Reed 3, King, Alofipo, Sellers 2), WNMU 39 (Murdock 16, Pulu 9, Verhulsdonk 7, ...


Prep soccer scores, Oct. 30, 2010

By Staff

Broomfield 2, Montrose 1 Saturday at Broomfield Halftime score: 2-0 Goals (assists): M— Jose Zavala; B— Clay Fiscus, Thomas O’Brien. Goalies (saves): M— John Hishen 2, Jorge Rojas 1; B— Brendan Buchanan ...


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