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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 ...


Teddy Garcia remembered by family and friends

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Teddy Garcia loved to play ball. It was fitting that thousands of fellow ballplayers gathered Friday afternoon at Suplizio Field to remember Garcia, 42, who died Oct. 22 in a car accident in Frisco. The stands were filled from behind home ...

Sentinel wins Mauk award for its tennis coverage

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel sports staff has won the Dorothy Mauk Award from USTA Colorado, which recognizes excellence in tennis coverage. It’s the fourth Mauk award for The Daily Sentinel, which previously was honored in 2007, 2002 and ...

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Hoffman ends solid first season as professional triathlete

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Ben Hoffman was initially disappointed in how he performed in the Ironman World Championship. The 27-year-old, who grew up in Grand Junction and now lives in Durango, placed 42nd in the men’s pro division in 9 hours, 3 minutes, 29 ...


Cowboys honor fallen coach with Super Bowl victory

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Cowboys heavyweight football team gave new meaning to the phrase “This one’s for John.” The Cowboys cruised in Wednesday night’s Mesa County Junior Football Association heavyweight Super Bowl 40-6 against ...

Raiders’ strong season ends with Super Bowl win

By Scott Schlaufman

All season, the West Middle School lightweight football team was a dominant force in the Mesa County Junior Football Association. The Raiders were undefeated and averaged 47 points per game. Wednesday, the Raiders finished what they started, ...


Chargers get their revenge vs. Raiders

By Scott Schlaufman

The Redlands Chargers hadn’t forgotten about their lone loss this year, a 24-20 loss to the West Raiders in the opening game of the season. The Chargers’ chance at redemption came in Tuesday’s 5th grade Super Bowl of the ...

Broncos hold on to beat Chargers

By Jon Mitchell

The Broncos of Mount Garfield Middle School found just the right time to get back their defensive mojo — right when the Redlands Chargers were getting a spark back in their offense. Dan McLean’s interception with 2 minutes, 34 ...

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Schmitke’s big day helps Utah win first Border War

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Keenan Schmitke picked a good time to get back to racing. The Salt Lake City 20-year-old returned to the track for the first time in more than a year Sunday and ended up winning the Superkarts!USA Mountain Region Finals S2 class race at Grand ...

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