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Shooting woes hurt Warriors

By Special to the Sentinel

CENTENNIAL — The Central High School boys basketball team could not buy a basket early. And once senior forward Kahler Grandbouche found himself sitting more than playing because of foul trouble, the Warriors had absolutely no answer ...


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Overland’s heroics halt Grand Junction’s season

By Patrick Bahr

One shot. Two seconds. Three points. That was the difference Saturday night between jubilation of victory and the heartbreak of defeat as Overland’s Aaron Marshall threw up a 3-pointer falling out of bounds with 2.5 seconds left to ...


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Home-court advantage can be key in postseason

By Patrick Bahr

In basketball, what is difficult for one team is comfortable for the other. Home-court advantage is something every team strives to establish, making its gym a dreaded place to play for opponents. During the 2008-2009 season, the Grand ...


Grand Valley never gives up in loss to Coal Ridge

By Scott Schlaufman

PALISADE ­— The Grand Valley boys basketball team doesn’t give up, but Coal Ridge coach Paul Harvey already knew that going into Friday’s 3A Western Slope League semifinal game. “I know those kids very well having ...


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GJ faces tough, quick foe in round 2

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team is hoping its momentum hasn’t died off. The Tigers enter the 5A state playoffs on a four-game winning streak, including two dominant wins at home over Central and Fruita Monument to ...


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Motivated Gunnison runs past Coal Ridge

By Patrick Bahr

PALISADE — The Gunnison High School girls basketball team was motivated Friday and it showed. The Cowboys stormed out to a 10-0 lead in the first three minutes and never let up Friday in a 52-42 win against Coal Ridge during a semifinal ...


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Warriors squeeze past Mustangs to move into Sweet 16

By Patrick Bahr

It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but it was still a playoff victory. The Central High School girls basketball team scraped and clawed its way to a 51-47 victory Friday night over Ponderosa in the second round of the 5A state playoffs at ...


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Central girls want make a good postseason run

By Patrick Bahr

The Central girls basketball team has its eyes set on being one of the final eight teams. To get there, the Warriors will have to first get by No. 6-seeded Ponderosa tonight in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs. Tip-off is at 6 p.m. ...


Prep Notes- Numbers February 26, 2009

By Staff

Prep basketball season is starting to get interesting. The first round of the state playoffs have started, and as basketball winds down, other sports are just beginning. One week from today, the Bill Fanning Classic baseball tournament ...


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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