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GJ Track Mim 4-24-9

Sprinters, relay teams help Tigers win District girls title

By Staff

If the Grand Junction High School sprinters are seeking competition, they generally don’t need to look any further than the person in either lane beside them four days a week. “They work hard in practice,” Tigers head coach ...


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Josey’s big bat has been a big help for Palisade

By Patrick Bahr

The “Outlaw” Riley Josey lives by his bat and is an army of one. The Palisade baseball player picked up the nickname from Bulldogs’ coach Steve Moore, referring to the Clint Eastwood movie, “The Outlaw Josey ...


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Offseason jump camp helps GJ’s Brown improve

By Staff

Randy Brown knew he was a good jumper. As with any athlete, however, he wanted to get better. Brown’s father found out about a track camp for jumpers in the San Diego area last summer. The extra coaching was just what Brown ...


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Swimming is a refuge for Fisher brothers

By Staff

Fortunately for Cody and Taylor Fisher, they have swimming to clear their heads. It’s been a tough few weeks for the District 51 Griffins swimmers. Three weeks ago, their father was admitted to a hospital in Denver for a kidney ...


Briefs: Sports Smart Jock April 23, 2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Grand Junction’s Greg King selected Morgan Jueschke, who has a 3.9 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup April 22, 2009

By Staff

High School Baseball • Offense lifts Central to win Central used two big innings to overtake Montrose 7-5 on Tuesday in Montrose. Alex Kitzman went five innings to earn the victory and Dane Barsland finished with two innings of ...


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Wildcats get much-needed win against rival Grand Junction

By Patrick Bahr

Must-win games can bring out the best or worst in teams. Tuesday night against Grand Junction (13-3, 6-2 Southwestern League), the Fruita Monument High School baseball team needed a win to stay alive in both the race for the SWL title and the ...


Central’s Clay Kame signs to play basketball at Mesa State College

By Patrick Bahr

Clay Kame has the physical and mental attributes to play college basketball. Tuesday, Kame decided where to put those tools to work, signing a national letter of intent to play at Mesa State College. “Mesa’s a good fit,” ...


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Erickson’s overtime goal lifts Tigers past Warriors

By Staff

It appeared to be another one of those soccer games for Grand Junction High School. On more than one occasion this season, the Tigers had outshot their opponent and controlled the ball for a vast majority of the time, with no reward on the ...


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Fruita Monument senior doesn’t back down from many challenges.

By Patrick Bahr

Ben Fox doesn’t back down from many challenges. The Fruita Monument senior is a midfielder for the Grand Valley lacrosse team, and as a captain, has helped the Lightning to a 7-3 record. He’s also productive in the classroom. Fox ...


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