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Having a blast

By Matt Meyer

With an expansive outfield and near-constant swirling winds, it’s not easy to hit a home run out of Canyon View Park on the best of days with an aluminum bat. But players from the Mountain West Summer Collegiate Baseball League kicked ...


Summertime shredding

By Dale Shrull

Rich Willis was playing a game of high-speed mountain bike chase with James Schafer. The two Grand Junction men zipped down the blue trail at Powderhorn Mountain Resort, catching air on the little jumps, leaning into the corners and taking ...


Speeding along

By Jon Mitchell

The Junction Velocity roller speed-skating team is reaching new levels of success — even with its limitations. The team, in its second year, has nearly two dozen members whose skill levels range from the beginner on inline skates for ...

Timeout, June 29, 2016

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...

Opinion Time, June 28, 2016

By Staff

MATT MEYER Sentinel Sports Reporter Dustin Johnson, coming off a big U.S. Open win this month, could position himself to be the new face golf with the tiniest bit of consistency. The dude is broad-shouldered and 6-foot-4, with crushing ...


Maverick swimmers fill wall with best times

By Jon Mitchell

The wall underneath the seating area at El Pomar Natatorium was covered with sticky notes. The notes, filled out with names, swimming events and numbers, covered the wall from top to bottom. Those names, events and numbers on the sticky notes ...



By Matt Meyer

With a bright orange sky as a backdrop, spectators peppered a long stretch of waist-high railing at the Western Colorado Dragway on Saturday night to watch a variety of cars streak down the quarter-mile stretch of pavement. There were larger ...


Girl power

By Jon Mitchell

Never playing together as a doubles team before Saturday didn’t keep Julianna Campos and Alexa Jo Willms from playing with the big boys. That lack of experience didn’t keep them from beating the boys, either. Campos and Willms, ...

Long-course format draws numerous teams to GJ Invite swim meet

By Matt Meyer

There aren’t many pools as large as El Pomar Natatorium on the Western Slope, in Wyoming or in rural areas of several other Rocky Mountain states. Plus, there might not be a faster pool in Colorado. Those two factors combine to give ...


At home in GJ

By Jon Mitchell

Dylan Enwiller already knew a thing or two about Grand Junction before he joined the Rocky Mountain Oysters. Enwiller was a freshman on the Yavapai College (Arizona) team that won the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series title earlier this ...

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