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‘Cats fight to end

By Nick Walter

The losing team walked off the field, some choking, some tearful, hugging one another or walking with a stagger. The winners were tearful, too. And some, such as Montrose linebacker Anthony Crow, who had the game-winning interception in the ...


Rifle avoids letdown, beats Conifer in rain

By Matt Meyer

RIFLE — According to Rifle High School football coach Damon Wells, fans he spoke to this past week suggested his undefeated Bears, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, were ripe for a letdown. After a 31-3 win over 
then-No. 2-ranked ...


Palisade run game clicks in Steamboat

By Staff

Palisade bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 52-7 drubbing of Steamboat Springs in 3A Western Slope Conference football Friday on a wet, sloppy field in Steamboat Springs. The fourth-ranked Bulldogs piled up 532 yards of ...


Zimmerman lifts Cards past ‘Horns

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — Basalt High School’s football team had some fourth-quarter comeback opportunities. Tanner Zimmerman made sure those didn’t last. The senior running back finished with 272 yards rushing, 194 of them coming in the ...


5A STATE TENNIS

Title tilt

By Staff

DENVER — Spencer Weinberg doesn’t feel the weight of the world on his shoulders. Despite playing in his third consecutive No. 1 singles finals match at the Class 5A state boys tennis tournament, the Grand Junction High School ...


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Togetherness

By Nick Walter

About two miles into the course, Palisade’s Greta Van Calcar finally looked behind. There was teammate Katy Moeller, a few paces back. She turned a corner, then looked again. A little farther back, Grand Junction was lined up together, ...


5A STATE TENNIS

GJ’s Weinberg motivated to claim No. 1 singles crown

By Special to the Sentinel

DENVER — For a guy who keeps his cool on the tennis court like Spencer Weinberg, it’s hard to believe there is a drop of angry in him. But the Grand Junction High School senior promises he is swinging his racket like he has ...


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Gotta run

By Nick Walter

The Southwestern Conference no longer has a clear front-runner. In the preseason, it was Grand Junction. Now, the best bet might be Fruita Monument. Or is it Montrose? Friday’s Fruita Monument (3-4, 2-0 SWC) vs. Montrose (3-3, 0-0) ...


McIvor leads Central to win

By Staff

Nichole McIvor had 12 kills and four aces to lead Central High School to a 20-25, 25-15, 25-21, 25-23 victory over Delta in nonleague volleyball Wednesday. Mariah Garcia added 38 digs, Rayleigh Norton had 26 assists and three blocks, and ...


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All for one, one for all

By Nick Walter

They swim, meet for team dinners, toss around riddles and play cards, football and ultimate Frisbee. All to help them play tennis. “We’re probably the closest team out here,” Grand Junction High School senior No. 1 doubles ...


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