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Briefs: Prep High Five- Hayter February 26, 2009

By Staff

1. The pressure: It’s better (because) it’s win or go home 2. The hype: It’s fun to watch those teams that are good. 3. The travel: It may be one of the last trips you take with your teammates. 4. Playing at home: ...


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Smart Jock: Sarah Hensley Fewbruary 26, 2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Fruita Monument’s Pat Noland selected Sarah Hensley, who has a 4.015 grade-point average. The honor will rotate ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup February 26, 2009

By Staff

Girls The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team couldn’t bounce back from one bad quarter Wednesday night, falling 55-39 at Columbine in the first round of the Class 5A state playoffs. The Tigers stayed competitive in the ...


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Point of attack: Hays can drive or shoot

By Patrick Bahr

With the amount of responsibility that comes with it, Palisade’s Sarah Hays was glad to be playing point guard. The Bulldogs senior was given the opportunity on most possessions to dictate what was going to happen on offense. Hays was ...


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Patience pays dividends for Central boys

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team took its lumps for a couple of years and are now reaping the benefits. Undersized and young, the current Warrior seniors who played varsity as sophomores and/or juniors amassed a two-year record of ...


Grand Junction knows what to expect from Columbine

By Patrick Bahr

While some schools venture into the Class 5A playoffs embarking on uncharted territory, Grand Junction knows exactly what to expect from Columbine. In early December, the teams met at the Wildcat Invitational, where the inexperienced Tigers  ...


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Palisade matches up well with Cheyenne Mountai

By Staff

Tonight’s first-round Class 4A boys basketball playoff game between Palisade and Cheyenne Mountain features a pair of teams that, on paper, appear to match up evenly in some respects. Neither team has a big go-to player underneath, both ...


Wildcats travel to Cherry Creek

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument girls basketball teams knows it is going to have to be ready tonight to play with Cherry Creek. The Wildcats are a No. 11 seed and travel to take on the No. 6 Bruins at 7 p.m. “As a lower seed, you have to be ...


Turnovers plague Palisade in first-round loss to Wheat Ridge

By Patrick Bahr

WHEAT RIDGE — The number 49 was noteworthy Tuesday night at Wheat Ridge High School where the Class 4A state girls basketball tournament started and ended for Palisade. The Bulldogs (5-19 record) had 49 turnovers in their 65-35 loss to ...


Palisade girls get in playoffs despite record

By Patrick Bahr

The Palisade girls basketball team had high hopes but was realistic about its chances of getting into the 4A playoffs. After finishing the regular season at 5-18, which included losing their final three games, things weren’t looking ...


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