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’Dogs bounce back from poor first game to split DH

By Staff

This is not the Steamboat Springs High School baseball team other Western Slope League teams have come to expect. With rare chances to practice outside until May, the Sailors have generally gotten a late jump on the league season, frequently ...


Smart Jocks: ALEX HEIDE Hydration an interest in future

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Central’s Randy Powell selected Alex Heide, who has a 3.949 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the ...


Sports Notebook: Kame, Robinson pick colleges

By Staff

Two of the top boys basketball players in the Southwestern League have made their college choices. Central’s Clay Kame will sign a letter of intent to play for Mesa State College at 11 a.m. on April 21 in the Central High School ...


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Central senior Key thriving after being forced into DH role

By Patrick Bahr

With every at-bat, Central High School’s Travis Key is showing his character. Key is the Warriors’ designated hitter, and was forced into the role after three years as Central’s starting catcher. The past two seasons he has ...


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For track and field competitors, all shoes are not created equal

By Staff

Wearing PF Flyers for every sport imaginable has gone the way of the rotary telephone. Not only are there specialized shoes for each sport these days, there are specialized shoes within each sport. Take track, for instance. Palisade’s ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup april 15, 2009

By Staff

High School Soccer • Durango got two goals and an assist from Bekah Keil as it defeated Fruita Monument on Tuesday 4-1 in a game made up from one that was snowed out on Saturday. The Demons (7-4-1, 6-1-0 Southwestern League) scored ...


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Central senior finding foes tough in tennis at No. 2

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School tennis player Mandy Johnson’s season has been full of highs and lows. Tuesday against Grand Junction could qualify as a low as the Warriors’ No. 2 singles player lost 6-0, 6-0 to the Tigers’ Jenny Jessup. ...


Central’s Goletz looking forward to playing softball for Colorado Mines

By Staff

Ashley Goletz hasn’t set the bar very high for her goal as a college softball pitcher. Asked if it was going to be strange for her to come back as a visiting player and pitch at Mesa State College’s Bergman Field, where she played ...


Palisade takes advantage of quality weather to sweep Battle Mountain

By Staff

It was just what the weatherman ordered. After no less than 10 postponements or cancellations, the Palisade High School baseball team didn’t need a confidence builder or a complete game from its pitching staff. It merely needed a ...


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Pair make most of doubles play

By Patrick Bahr

Doubles tennis is a tradition at Grand Junction High School. Nothing against the singles players, but of the 13 individual state championships won by the Tigers, 10 have been by doubles teams. That number includes the most recent state ...


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