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Second-half fade costs Coal Ridge in 3A state tourney

By Special to the Sentinel

FORT COLLINS — For the first two quarters, the Coal Ridge High School boys basketball team had an answer for everything Eaton threw at it. During the second half, the Titans had no answers, period. Coal Ridge watched its state title ...


Lightning set to take the field for lacrosse

By Patrick Bahr

For the Grand Valley Lightning lacrosse team, it is time to put down the books and pick up the sticks. After three weeks of studying playbooks, learning plays and training in on-the-field strategy, the Lightning will get its first quiz at 4 ...


Third-quarter struggles cost Montrose in 4A semifinal

By Special to the Sentinel

BOULDER — The collapse was as unexpected as it was abrupt for the Montrose High School girls basketball team. After jumping to an early double-digit lead Wednesday against the Mullen in the Class 4A semifinals, the Indians wilted in ...


Sports Prep Notes: March 12, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

It was quite a run for the Central High School girls basketball team. The Warriors overcame a 5-5 start to not only finish 9-1 in the Southwestern League but advance to the Class 5A Great 8. Central ended up losing to top-seeded Horizon ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup March 21, 2009

By Staff

High School Baseball • Green Mountain used a bign second inning to defeat Fruita Monument 12-3 on Wednesday in Lakewood. The Rams got a grand-slam home run and a two-run home run as part of a seven-run second inning. The Wildcats (3-2) ...


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Snaring lacrosse ball takes patience and practice

By Staff

Learning any new athletic skill takes time, patience and, most importantly, repetition. One of the hardest aspects of lacrosse comes in learning how to catch a ball seven inches in circumference in the net of the crosse stick, which ranges ...


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Baldwin, Tigers seek league, state title in baseball

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction High School has won the past four Southwestern League baseball titles, and the Tigers don’t plan on leaving the top of the hill this season. The Tigers again are putting what looks to be a competitive team on the field ...


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Smart Jocks: Rachel Ryan march 12, 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 Rachel Ryan, who has a 3.63 grade-point average in the school’s International ...


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Fruita flowing with talent at many positions

By Patrick Bahr

Most teams like to set benchmarks at the beginning of the season projecting what the group wants as a final result. For the Fruita Monument baseball team, one could assume its goals might involve a championship of the Southwestern League ...


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Montrose High School girls team reaches the state Final Four

By Staff

Short of having the five most talented players in the state, it takes a near harmonic convergence for a high school basketball team to reach the state Final Four. Everything the Montrose High School girls team has needed to go right, has gone ...


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