High Schools

Page 302 of 585


Tigers, Wildcats meet Tuesday at Suplizio Field

By Nick Walter

Oh, how they missed you, Suplizio Field. Canyon View Park is a top-notch ballpark, a field that high school baseball coaches and players call “interesting” or “deep” or “a place where it’s just hard to ...


Fruita’s late goal nullified in loss

By Staff

It wasn’t Aspen’s 16-15 girls lacrosse win over Fruita Monument High School on Monday at Stocker Stadium that had Fruita coach Mark Twardowski upset. He believes Fruita was shorted a goal. With about one minute left, Twardowski ...


042812_gdd_GJHS_Dur_bb_1

The right pitch

By Nick Walter

He clipped corners, sent batters kneeling backward with called-strike curveballs, varied speeds on his fastball and then, when Durango’s confusion (and strikeout count) seemed to climax, Steve Baldwin dropped over an array of ...


042812_gdd_CHS_soccer

Forward momentum

By Matt Meyer

When defenseman Emily Dufford bombed a 35-yard rainbow over Durango’s goalkeeper Saturday, the Central High School girls soccer team found what it had been searching for all season. Players and fans were smiling again. After a rough ...


‘Dogs blank Huskies on soccer field

By Staff

Flannery Davis and Audrey Rose Kachin scored second-half goals Saturday as Palisade defeated Battle Mountain 2-0 at Long Family Memorial Park. Palisade (7-5, 6-3 WSL) got eight saves from Katie Dunn. BASEBALL Hunter Finger went 2 for 3 with ...


Prep_Lacrosse_1_CPT_042712

Sour note

By Nick Walter

Despite its perkiness, the music that butted its way into Stocker Stadium from adjacent Suplizio Field, the sort of happy tunes well suited for Friday night’s Colorado Mesa University baseball game, could not rally the Grand Junction ...


Defense shines for Central in scoreless tie with Cortez

By Matt Meyer

Although the Central High School girls soccer team has only scored one goal in Southwestern League play this season, on Friday night, the Warriors didn’t need to need score at all. The Warriors notched their first draw of the SWL ...


Josh Moore pitches Tigers past Panthers

By Staff

Josh Moore threw a four-hitter as Grand Junction defeated Montezuma-Cortez 7-0 on Friday at Canyon View Park. The Tigers took a 4-0 lead after two innings when Chandon Rose tripled and Hutton Veach, Jeff Hansen and Steve Baldwin ...


GJ’s Rubalcaba enjoying baseball

By Nick Walter

Sean Rubalcaba is no longer worried about what’s next. What’s next is football at the University of Northern Colorado. What’s now for the Grand Junction High School senior is baseball. It’s not about playing for a ...


Palisade_baseball_1_CPT_042612

Pitchers key to Palisade’s success

By Nick Walter

A called strike earns a blank look. Ball call? Poker face. Palisade High School’s primary starting pitchers — Kameron Pfaff and Tate Herland — are taught to show no emotion toward umpires on the mound. And in doing so, ...


Page 302 of 585




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Advertiser Tearsheet
Information

© 2017 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy