High Schools

Page 317 of 550


Aspen wins Rifle Invitational

By Staff

Aspen High School won another golf tournament Monday, this time at Rifle Creek, shooting a team score of 219, well ahead of Montrose and Rifle, which tied for second at 232. The Skiers’ Clayton Crawford won medalist honors with a 68. ...


Aspen’s Beetham wins Indian Invite

By Staff

Aspen’s Jesse Beetham shot even-par 71 on Thursday to win the Indian Invitational golf tournament at The Bridges Golf Club in Montrose. The Skiers won the team title again, their fourth of the season so far, shooting a team score of ...


SPT 3B MONTROSE GOLF2 08181

Local golfers fire low scores at Black Canyon in Indian Invitational

By Staff

Prep golfers continued to shoot low scores Wednesday in the early days of the season. Jakob Rudosky of Montezuma-Cortez fired a 3-under-par 67 to win the Indian Invitational at Black Canyon Golf Club. Two players came in at even-par 70, ...


081511 Prep golf 1

Tigers’ Harrison keeps cool in Grand Junction Invitational

By {screen_name}

Garrett Harrison had a rough start, but instead of getting upset, he kept his cool and finished strong. The Grand Junction High School senior overcame a four-over-par on the first three holes and finished four strokes behind the winner with a ...


Grand Junction ranked No. 5 in the Denver Post preseason football poll

By {screen_name}

Grand Junction High School caught the attention of the state last season with its run to the Class 5A football state quarterfinals. The Tigers, with 14 returning starters, are ranked fifth in the Denver Post preseason media poll, released ...


Prep sports off and running as practices begin across Grand Valley

By Staff

Those feelings of excitement and anticipation never go away for Beth Nelson. The Central High School volleyball coach, in her sixth year as head coach and 11th year with the program, still greets each season with enthusiasm. “I just ...


Pre-camps prep teams for FB camp

By Patrick Bahr

Some of the most important work on a football field is done when you’re not wearing pads or helmets. This week, the four District 51 high school football teams ran their own voluntary workouts before Monday’s official start of ...


Fall sports practices get going in full next week

By {screen_name}

Several high school student-athletes are participating in camps this week, but Monday the fall sports season begins for real. Cross country, football, boys soccer, softball, boys tennis and volleyball begin practice Monday. Boys golf began ...


080811 Prep golf 3

Grand Valley golfers first fall athletes to begin practice

By Patrick Bahr

With tee shots ripping down the first fairway at Lincoln Park Golf Course on Monday, the Colorado high school season began. Central and Grand Junction both had their first day of golf tryouts at Lincoln Park, preparing for the first local ...


S CAMPBELL NO HITTER H 0804

Building Bulldogs: Cameron Campbell’s no-hitter caps solid season for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School baseball player Cameron Campbell already knew the unwritten rules of a no-hitter. There’s the obvious — not talking about the no-no in progress — but Campbell learned the hard way about switching gloves ...


Page 317 of 550




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

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy