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Sports: Smart Jock Lexie Russell April 02, 2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Palisade’s Mike Krueger selected Lexie Russell, who has a 3.50 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the ...


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Central rebounds from loss Tuesday to top Conifer

By Patrick Bahr

The best way to get over the frustration of a loss is to win. Central High School’s baseball team followed up an 11-7 loss to Montrose on Tuesday with a 11-6 win Wednesday over Conifer at Canyon View Park. “We were just trying to ...


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New format makes state track qualification a season long process

By Staff

There’s a new way for athletes to qualify for this year’s Class 5A and 4A state track & field championships. Gone are the predetermined state-qualifying marks of years past and the possibility of qualifying by earning one of ...


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Stanford regains confidence with complete-game shutout

By Staff

With nine victories in nine games, the Grand Junction High School baseball team didn’t need a confidence builder. At least the team as a whole didn’t. Coach Kyle Rush was hoping Thursday’s nonleague game against Conifer ...


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Palisade itching to get on the field to play

By Patrick Bahr

A lot of coaches preach about focusing on only the things a team can control. For the Palisade High School baseball team, it’s been what it can’t control that has been causing the Bulldogs problems. Poor weather has cost the ...


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Tigers rally in sixth to top Fruita

By Patrick Bahr

Aaron Berk’s only goal was to keep the rally alive. With Grand Junction trailing Fruita Monument 4-3 on Tuesday night at Suplizio Field, Berk came to bat with two outs and runners on the corners. Fruita Monument ace Rex Clemons stood ...


Matt Healey finds his niche in coaching shooting team

By Staff

It sometimes takes people years to find their niche, to learn an avocation that gives them their greatest joy during their free time. Matt Healey found his relatively early in life. Now he’s passing that joy on to others. For nearly ...


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Forney stays hot in the cold, winning another golf title

By Staff

Girls high school golfers in Colorado have learned that in order to play the game in the spring, they must be a hardy bunch. That was never more true than Tuesday. With temperatures hovering around the freezing mark despite an hour delay ...


Baker blasts five RBI, but errors cost Central win

By Staff

Central High School outfielder Lanny Baker drove in five runs on two hits Tuesday, but the Warriors committed seven errors in an 11-7 loss to Montrose at Canyon View Park. Baker came to the plate in the fourth inning with the Warriors ...


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Simple reminders help Poeppel stay focused on state tennis

By Patrick Bahr

Jasmine Poeppel sees herself at the state tennis tournament everyday. Central High School’s No. 3 singles player is in her first full season of playing singles, and despite not having a plethora of experience, she knows where she wants ...


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