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Montrose upsets No. 1 seed in state volleyball

By Staff

DENVER — The seemingly impossible became possible Friday morning for the Montrose High School volleyball team. The Indians, the No. 8 seed in the Class 4A state volleyball tournament, stunned top-seeded Cheyenne Mountain 16-25, 25-19, ...


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Olathe Pirates set course for 2A playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

This year has been pretty dominant for the Olathe High School football team. Make that really dominant. Olathe coasted to a 10-0 record, outscoring its opponents by an average of 30 points a game. The Pirates scored more than 50 points ...


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Montrose High School football to make a run at championship

By Patrick Bahr

This is the group. With 19 seniors and a host underclassmen who have plenty of experience, this is the Montrose High School football team that has a shot to make a run at the Class 4A state championship. “This is our first four-year ...


Rifle goes undefeated; GJ wins Heritage tourney

By Scott Schlaufman

Grand Junction’s girls basketball team drifted on a wave of emotions Saturday against Farview. As the clock wound down, the Tiger girls found themselves on the losing end a 58-50 decision in a back and-forth game against the ...


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Sports: Smart Jock Ross McGee November 06, 2008

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 Ross McGee, who has a 4.0 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the four ...


Sports: Prep Notes-Numbers November 06, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

Making it back to state is a feeling of relief for the Montrose volleyball team. The Indians are one of eight teams competing for the Class 4A state championship this weekend at the Denver Coliseum. Montrose made the state tournament last ...


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Prep athletes ready to make quick jump from football to winter sports

By Patrick Bahr

The long days are over. The punishment delivered to opponents and self is done. For the three Class 5A schools in the valley, football season is complete, but for some, another season is just beginning, with many of the same demands upon the ...


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Palisade linemen understand their job: open holes for running backs

By Staff

Call ’em The Backhoes. They’re the guys who open up the holes in the trenches. Any football team that has played Palisade High School this fall has realized that in order to stop the Bulldogs, the defense has to stop the running ...


Sports: Prep Notebook November 05, 2008

By Patrick Bahr

For Grand Junction it was a year full of ups and downs. When first-year coach Robbie Owens took over in May, he knew he had to replace a quarterback, running back, linemen and plenty of defensive players. Added to that, it was Grand ...


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Hotchkiss wins 3A soccer title

By Brian Miller

GOLDEN — It was only fitting on a night when the theme of change reigned supreme in the nation, there was a changing of the guard in Colorado high school boys soccer. Hotchkiss High School shocked the Class 3A ranks Tuesday evening, ...


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