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Prep notebook: GJ, Central have key soccer game already

By Patrick Bahr

Today’s soccer game between Grand Junction and Central will be an important match that could determine the rest of the season. The Warriors and Tigers have both started the season well and look to gain an edge in the Southwestern League ...


S CHS BASEBALL SENIORS WOOD

In first real taste of varsity baseball, Begg, Woods lifting Central

By Patrick Bahr

Dylan Begg’s home run in his first varsity at-bat helped the Central High School senior clear more than one fence. Begg spent the previous three years playing on the freshman and junior varsity baseball teams, so when the 6-foot-2, ...


S Golf Fellhauer 3-17-9

Warriors easily capture 2nd straight title on the links

By Staff

When a high school golf team’s three scoring players all finish in the top five, it’s going to be hard to beat. The Central girls have proven that the past two days. After winning Monday’s season-opening Wildcat ...


Central shines on links despite losing Martin

By Staff

It’s hard to replace a golfer like Melissa Martin. The Central High School girls team has found a nice way to try and remedy that, however. Martin, who placed in the top 10 in four Class 5A state tournaments, including a tie for second ...


Central High School seniors made it a package deal for Western State

By Staff

For Ross McGee, it came down to an academic decision. Charlie Payton simply liked the football program. The two Central High School seniors made it a package deal when they signed national letters of intent to play football this fall at ...


Paonia girls lose State Basketball to Wray

By Special to the Sentinel

PUEBLO —  Dealing with the agony of defeat is never easy. That, however, is what the Paonia High School girls basketball team was trying to cope with Saturday night. The Eagles were outlasted 46-35 by Wray in the Class 2A state ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup March 15, 2009

By Staff

LACROSSE • The Grand Valley Lightning boys lacrosse team bounced back from Friday’s one-point loss to Aspen to defeat Glenwood Springs 9-7 on Saturday in Glenwood. The Lightning led 7-3 at halftime but nearly gave the game back to ...


Poor shooting hurts Aspen

By Special to the Sentinel

FORT COLLINS — The Aspen High School boys basketball team had every opportunity in the early moments to run away with the championship of the Class 3A consolation bracket. It didn’t happen, and the Skiers paid for it late. Aspen ...


G Lacrosse Flukey 3-14-9

Lightning send message in varsity debut

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Valley girls lacrosse team is far from a finished product. Even though the players are continuing to learn about the game, it doesn’t mean the Lightning can’t be successful. The Lightning hosted a four-team jamboree ...


Swim b Kendrick 3-14-9

Griffins’ Kendrick knows there’s still work to be done

By Staff

Marc Kendrick has simple goals at this point in the boys high school swim season. “I just want to cut my times down,” the Fruita Monument High School senior said. Kendrick appeared content, though not overjoyed, by his times in ...


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