High Schools

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Fruita’s Westcott loving foray into wrestling

By Tim Harty

Wrestling never really appealed to Jay Westcott, which defied family ties and mystified Fruita Monument High School wrestling coaches. How could the son of a two-time Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference wrestling champion not be a ...


Back on the mat

By Tim Harty

Kohlby Wells admits he needs to get into better shape, and he needs to get some matches under his belt. Wednesday marked the beginning of that quest as the Grand Junction High School senior, a fifth-place finisher a year ago in the Class 5A ...


Improving ‘Dogs

By Tim Harty

The improvement shows every day in the practice room, and Palisade’s wrestlers are starting to see it in the results of their meets. One week ago, coach Tanner Ridgway said his team wrestled the best it had all year at the Jackpot ...

Brown sisters’ big fourth quarter propels Palisade to win over Rifle

By Dale Shrull

RIFLE — The blue and gold of Rifle was making a comeback when the Browns took over. Palisade’s three Brown sisters — Ashlyn, Casey and Christa — combined for 28 points Tuesday night to lead the Bulldogs to a 46-33 ...

Rifle boys rally past Palisade

By Staff

Boys Basketball Rifle rallies past Palisade in fourth RIFLE — Trailing for most of the first three quarters Tuesday night, Rifle came alive with a spirited rally to pick up a 46-39 Class 4A Western Slope League win over ...

Twitter Mailbag: Who are the top boys hoops players around?

By Matt Meyer

The social media platform Twitter has become an easy way to connect with experts on any subject. In this column, readers can submit prep sports questions to @jmattmeyer. Follow Daily Sentinel reporters Allen Gemaehlich (@Allen_GJsports), Dale ...


Pipher wins classic match to lead Eagles to title at Montrose

By Staff

Paonia High School junior Bo Pipher needed overtime to win a battle of undefeated, returning state champions in the finals at 138 pounds of the Indian Invitational wrestling tournament Saturday in Montrose. Pipher trailed 2-0 in the third ...


GJ gets hot late in win

By Dale Shrull

First-half momentum was as slippery as an ice cube early for Grand Junction High School’s boys basketball team. But the frustrating start turned into a scintillating second half Saturday as the Tigers rolled to a 76-58 win over Prairie ...


Hands off

By Matt Meyer

Guard your yard. That’s the new defensive motto of the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team. Not two feet, certainly not four feet, but the three feet of airspace surrounding the ballhandler. So, when Tigers senior guard ...


Close loss still a loss

By Dale Shrull

It was another close game and another tough loss for the Central High School boys basketball team. The Warriors played a spirited game and a determined fourth quarter, but Prairie View held on for a 61-56 nonleague win Friday night. In a ...

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