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Palisade rolls past Moffat

By Scott Schlaufman

On Friday night, promptly after the Palisade High School boys basketball beat Moffat County 68-39, junior Nate Yanez was all smiles and for good reason. Yanez was nearly unstoppable throughout the game. He finished with 23 points, including ...


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Central senior hopes to play in JUCO

By Patrick Bahr

Travis Key didn’t do a lot of wavering. The Central High School three-sport athlete knew what he wanted when it came to his future. He wanted to play baseball at a junior college in Arizona. Thursday, Key signed a letter of intent to ...


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Liz Heaps’ love of basketball comes naturally from her coaching dad

By Patrick Bahr

Certain names go with certain sports in the Grand Valley. For example, say tennis and the name Elliott comes up. How about baseball? Taylor, Bergman and Suplizio come to mind. Basketball?  One name that would qualify has to be Heaps. ...


Smart Jock: Haleigh Higgens January 15, 2009

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 Haleigh Higgins, who has a 3.89 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the ...


Prep Notes-Numbers January 15, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

The Colorado Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame inducts seven members into its 2009 class April 25. This year’s inductees are Thomas H. Cortez, Jon Eric Penfold, C.A. “Barney” Sanders, Glenn Scheele, Chuck ...


CHSAA proposal would alter playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

Issues facing high schools on the Western Slope could begin with geography, Assistant Commissioner Bert Borgmann said Wednesday. The state playoffs are based on a seeding system, where the team with the best record is awarded the top seed. ...


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Young Fruita team stays undefeated in SWL

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dallas Bernal grew up in a wrestling family. He was in pee wee wrestling, but when he started wrestling on the Fruita Monument High School varsity as a freshman this season, he was still intimidated. He’s not anymore. Bernal is one of ...


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GJ girls work overtime to top Moffat County

By Patrick Bahr

It wasn’t exactly the way Grand Junction girls coach Sam Provenza drew it up, but it worked. With less than 10 seconds remaining in the Tigers’ game Tuesday with Moffat County, Grand Junction trailed by two. After a botched play, ...


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GJ girls show new attitude in win

By Patrick Bahr

A four-minute scoring drought is never a good thing. In the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team’s game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson, the Tigers led 12-8 heading into the second quarter. Grand Junction was hoping to ...


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Eleven point lead vanishes in overtime loss for Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction boys basketball coach Dutch Johnson sees the end of the Tigers’ game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson quite clearly. “They did everything right and we did everything wrong,” Johnson said. The Tigers ...


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