High Schools

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Warriors too much for ’Dogs

By Staff

Central High School’s high-tempo attack was too much for the Palisade girls basketball team Saturday, getting double-digit performances from three players in a 56-30 nonleague victory at Palisade. Amy Kame led Central’s assault, ...


Hensley lifts Wildcats to win over rival Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Fruita Monument’s Sarah Hensley had one of those games Friday night. Everything was falling for the junior guard, who dropped 27 points on Grand Junction in the Wildcats’ 46-41 Southwestern League victory at Fruita. “My ...


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Morgan’s late 3-point shooting is difference in Tigers’ victory

By Patrick Bahr

Sam Morgan hit two wide-open 3-pointers Friday night. Those shots blew Grand Junction’s Southwestern League boys basketball game against Fruita Monument wide open. Morgan’s second 3-pointer pushed the Tigers’ lead to 43-35 ...


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‘Ugly’ victory over Cortez good enough for Central’s Gurule

By Staff

Southwestern League dual victories haven’t come frequently enough for Central High School wrestling coach Laurence Gurule. That’s why he was more than happy with his team’s performance Friday against ...


Pins, forfeits help Grand Junction cruise past Durango on mat

By Staff

Grand Junction High School scored 42 points by pin or forfeit Friday night en route to a 52-15 victory over Durango. The Tigers took a 31-6 lead by winning six of the first seven matches, starting with 152-pounder Elijah Pittsinger’s ...


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Strong start lifts Montrose past GJ

By Staff

The Montrose High School wrestlers are a better tournament team than they are a dual-meet team, coach Jack Garrison said. “We’re getting better in our duals,” he noted after the Indians topped Grand Junction 41-27 on ...


Delta makes adjustment in second half to slow Hayden, defeat Palisade

By Scott Schlaufman

Going into the second half of Tuesday’s 61-55 win over Palisade, Delta boys basketball coach Von Mitchell knew his team needed to stop Jeremy Hayden. Palisade led 29-20 at halftime thanks to Hayden’s 16 points— including ...


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Sports: Prep Smart Jock January 29,  2009

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Fruita Monument’s Pat Noland selected Samantha Pack, who has a 4.25 grade-point average. Student-Athlete: Samantha ...


Prep Notes-Numbers January 29, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

It didn’t take Central’s Amy Kame much time to establish herself as a scorer. Kame averaged 13 points per game as a freshman and 19.5 points per game as a sophomore. This season, the 5-foot-10 junior hasn’t slowed down, ...


Sports: Art of the Game January 29,  2009

By Staff

The wrestler is in the down position, his opponent holding control. It’s a close match, one point possibly deciding the outcome. The wrestler knows he needs the take the advantage, to get in the top position in order to take the lead, ...


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