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Grand Valley mentor returns to sidelines with Cardinals

By Staff

He looks fit. The color is back in his face, as is the smile. “I’m back to doing what I love to do,” Mike Johnson said. There was a point three months ago when the Grand Valley High School head football and girls basketball ...


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Poor shooting dooms GJ

By Patrick Bahr

For the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team, it was the wrong night against the wrong team to not shoot the ball well. The Tigers (6-8, 2-1 Southwestern League) shot only 11 of 53 from the field, the main reason for their 58-35 ...


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Robinson leads GJ effort in rout of Montrose

By Patrick Bahr

The Montrose High School boys basketball team knew going into its game with Grand Junction that it would have to stop the Tigers’ Everett Robinson and Geoff Baldwin from scoring. The Indians were partially successful Friday night, ...


Palisade boys get first win

By Staff

It took 13 games for the Palisade High School boys basketball team to figure it out. After going winless through their first dozen games, the Bulldogs appeared on Friday night grasp first-year coach Steve Phillips’ motion ...


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Spark from Sparks lifts Central to victory over Grand Junction

By Staff

Central High School wrestling coach Laurence Gurule had to be thinking: Here we go again. The Warriors, who had lost their previous two Southwestern League dual matches by razor-slim margins, were on the verge of falling behind nine matches ...


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Sports: Smart Jock Lyndi Hoffman January 22, 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 Lyndi Hoffman, who has a 4.044 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among ...


Sports: Prep notes-numbers January 22, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

Clay Kame of Central High School, Everett Robinson of Grand Junction and Coal Ridge’s Eric Schmitz have been causing havoc on the basketball court for the past two seasons. Ronald McDonald noticed. The three local players have been ...


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Valley’s 103-pounders more than hold their own on the mat

By Staff

Each wrestling season presents its own strengths and weaknesses. It changes from season to season, but there always seems to be a dominant weight class for local teams. That weight class for District 51 teams this year could very well be the ...


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Kinnett responds to coach’s criticism with big game

By Staff

The Central High School girls basketball team started slowly but finished strong Tuesday, pounding Delta 69-36 at Central. After taking a seven-point lead into halftime, the Warriors (7-6) pounced on the Panthers with a 20-6 run to open the ...


Sprain keeping Durango’s Garcia from participating

By Patrick Bahr

Durango’s Katerina Garcia can do a lot of things with a basketball. Garcia’s past three years of on-the-court assault allowed her to establish herself as one of the best players not only the Southwestern League but in Colorado. A ...


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