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What you can do: Center for Independence helps those with disabilities enjoy activities

By Patrick Bahr

Leroy Wilcox sums it up best when it comes to the Center for Independence’s approach to athletics. “It’s not your disability, but your ability,” Wilcox said. “We don’t focus on what you can’t do, we ...

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Sears, Landis excited to compete at national championships in Granby

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Eric Landis thought his racing days were behind him. A few years after giving up motocross racing, he started mountain biking with his family and found an avenue for racing again. Landis, Noah Sears, Blake Treadway and Ross Schnell are among ...

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Crawford wins 14-16 crown at Daily Sentinel tourney

By Patrick Bahr

Clayton Crawford knows how to finish strong on the golf course. Tuesday at Tiara Rado, the Aspen golfer had an eagle on his final hole during the final round the 53rd annual Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship to win the boys ...

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Course management: Saad’s improved dedication shows in first day of Daily Sentinel tournament

By Patrick Bahr

Joey Saad isn’t the same player he used to be on the golf course. He’s much better. Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, Saad shot a 1-under-par 70 during the first day of The Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship to ...

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All about figure: Local women enjoy physique competition

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Deb Leany and Lynn Tonozzi have always been active, but they never imagined they would compete in a women’s figure competition. Once Leany 44, and Tonozzi, 46, decided to enter the competition, they had six weeks to prepare for the Max ...

Down on the Farm: Progress report of local graduates in pro baseball

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Four Western Slope high school graduates are playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here’s a progress report: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa Drillers: The Central graduate is hitting .257 in his past 10 games with three doubles, ...

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Monument tops Palisade, advances to state tourney

By Patrick Bahr

The Monument Little League 10-11 boys knew the competition was going to be stiff. Sunday in the championship game of the 10-11 Boys District 1 tournament, Monument had to knock off host team Palisade, who had won four straight games to force ...


Sneak peek: Ledebur, Proietti show glimpse of what’s to come this season for GJ Tigers

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The Elam Junior Tournament finals provided a look into Grand Junction High School’s boys and girls tennis lineups. Although challenge matches will determine positions on the teams, two players took a step ahead for singles positions in ...


Carpenter advances to Elam Junior final

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Courtlyn Carpenter doesn’t get caught up in expectations. The 15-year-old doesn’t keep track of her tennis record or results. She simply plays for fun. So far, it’s working. Carpenter advanced to her first junior ...

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Four teams stave off elimination to force second title games today

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Toward the end of a long week of playoff baseball, Little League managers are checking, double-checking and even triple-checking pitch counts. There’s someone in the pressbox whose responsibility it is to track every pitch. Each team ...

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