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Good beginning

By Tim Harty

Josh Hill’s recollection of his performance in the The Daily Sentinel Western Chapter Junior Championship one year ago was short and sweet. “I didn’t play too well,” the 17-year-old from Superior said of the annual ...


Three Rivers pitching too much for Monument Major Boys

By Eden Laase

The umpire’s booming voice calling out “strike!” was on repeat, a sound that pitchers never get tired of hearing. Three Rivers defeated Monument 12-2 on Sunday in the second round of the Major Boys District 1 Little League ...

MMA fighter Yates, father buy Cage Wars

By Matt Meyer

Cage Wars has new ownership. In June, Alex Trottier and Bush Cree Promotions sold the Grand Junction-based mixed martial arts event for an undisclosed amount to professional MMA fighter Andrew Yates and his father, Steve Yates. “Alex ...


Monument runs past Orchard Mesa to Little League win

By Eden Laase

Monument Little League stole its way to a 23-1 victory Saturday over Orchard Mesa in the first round of the 10/11 Boys Little League District Tournament. Every player who batted for Monument stole at least one base, and the team never went ...

Timeout, July 2, 2014

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 += ...


Beach day at Rim Rock Rodeo

By Eden Laase

Ryley Beach grew up watching his dad team rope at rodeos, and as soon as he could walk he was up on a horse. On Tuesday, the 15-year-old and his partner, Kyle Rush, won the team roping No. 8 competition at Rim Rock Rodeo in 23 ...

In soccer, referee holds all the cards

By Matt Meyer

World Cup comments overheard in a local sports bar: “When the referee holds up a card, does the team score points? This makes less sense than rugby.” “There’s a red card and a yellow card; is there an orange card, ...


Offside? Soccer rules can confuse new fans

By Eden Laase

Soccer is the world’s favorite sport; it’s just not America’s. But now that the World Cup is in full swing, fans are chanting USA! USA! USA! Soccer is dominating headlines. With America’s newfound love for the other ...


Miss-Hits hit the mark

By Eden Laase

Back and forth, back and forth, back and forth. There was never a quick point in the doubles match Sunday between Randy Hurshman and Brian List of the Miss-hits and Aaron Gossage and Matt Ness of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The teams were ...


‘Las Chicas’ outsmart boys in tennis tourney

By Eden Laase

When they hit harder, you’ve got to play smarter. That’s the motto 17-year-old Amy Espinoza and her all-girls team follow when playing against boys in the Djokovic Division at the Community Hospital Team Tennis Tournament. ...

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