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Injuries haunting Tigers in football

By Staff

By DENNIS PLEUSS Special to The Daily Sentinel ARVADA — Being a quarterback for Grand Junction appears to be a hazardous job. With sophomore starter Sean Rubalcaba breaking his left leg last week in a scrimmage, Tigers’ coach ...


Central falls to Raptors

By Scott Schlaufman

When Central High School’s soccer team took the field against Eaglecrest on Saturday at Long Family Memorial Park, the Warriors were determined to improve after their season opening loss to Glenwood Springs. Although the Warriors ...


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Wildcats benefit from running as a pack in varsity cross country

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For the Fruita Monument High School boys cross country team, making it into the seven varsity spots is not an easy task. The Wildcats have six seniors and one sophomore filling the varsity roster spots, and on any given outing, any of the ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 05, 2009

By Staff

Cross Country • Wildcats eighth at Arapahoe Fruita Monument finished the first of two days of races in Littleton, with the boys taking eighth and the girls taking 13th at the Arapahoe Invitational. Central’s boys finished ...


Tigers fall in softball

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction High School softball team had one come-from-behind win this season before the Tigers opened play Friday in the Peach Fuzz tournament at Kronkright Softball Complex. The Tigers couldn’t quite pull off a second one, ...


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Grandview overwhelms Central with its size, speed

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Grandview proved to be too big and too fast for Central High School. In the first game of the season for both teams, the Wolves opened up a 21-0 first-quarter lead Friday afternoon and cruised to a 38-7 win at Stocker Stadium. “Last ...


Briefs: Prep Football Roundup Sept.  05, 2009

By Staff

It was a dominant ground game that helped Olathe win the Class 2A high school football state championship last season. In the 2009 season opener Friday night, Olathe picked up right where it left off, running all over Eagle Valley ...


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Palisade football starts off 0-2

By Staff

It’s been a while since the Palisade High School football team was in this situation. “We’re an 0-2 team, and we’re not used to that,” Bulldogs head coach John Arledge said Friday night after his squad’s ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 04, 2009

By Staff

High School Softball • Tigers take two from Prairie View Grand Junction swept a doubleheader from Prairie View on Thursday, defeating the Thunderhawks 3-2 and 21-15 at Kronkright Complex. Roxanne Zich had a two-run single for the ...


When it comes to the gridiron in the Grand Valley, people have plenty to say

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There’s something special about Friday nights during the fall in America. From coast to coast, high school football teams are battling on the gridiron representing their communities in front of packed stands. It’s no different in ...


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