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Key turnovers plague Indians

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — Turnovers in football are a self-destruct button: commit too many and a team’s chances of winning explode. In Saturday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal game between Greeley West and Montrose, the Indians committed ...


Indians’ offense doesn’t surprise Greeley West

By Staff

MONTROSE — In Todd Casebier’s years as a head football coach, his teams have been known for having a power ground game. In an attempt to throw a curveball to the Greeley West defense in Saturday’s Class 4A state quarterfinal ...

Physical Pirates advance to semis

By Staff

CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE —  The Olathe High School football team doesn’t mind playing the role of the bully. Knowing they were much bigger than their opponents from Kent Denver in Saturday’s Class 2A quarterfinal game at ...

Olathe’s game plan not about to change against Kent Denver

By Patrick Bahr

Talk about your offensive powerhouse. If opposing teams are going to stop Olathe High School in the Class 2A state football playoffs, they’re going to have to figure out how to stop the Pirates’ explosive ground game. Eleven ...

Clemons Rex signs MSC 11-14

Clemons makes his decision, signs with Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

Rex Clemons was drawing interest from Division I and junior college programs, but the Fruita Monument High School senior wasn’t interested in waiting around for a scholarship offer. Instead, the right-handed pitcher decided to sign ...

Sports: Smart Jock Column November 13, 2008

By Staff

Editor’s Note: The Daily Sentinel Student-Athlete of the Week is selected by the school’s athletic director. Grand Junction Greg King selected Mark Stern, who has a 3.897 grade-point average. The honor will rotate among the four ...


Indians not big on grdeon, but still a physical team

By Patrick Bahr

Montrose isn’t the most physically intimidating team on the football field. Although the Indians have talented athletes, they could be considered undersized for a 10-1 team that has won 10 straight games. For example, look at the ...

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First day of practice at Palisade exciting for players, new coach

By Patrick Bahr

Toni Gunther has been through plenty of first days, so Wednesday at Palisade High School was nothing new. Well, one thing was new — it was her first day on the job as the head girls basketball coach for the Bulldogs. “It is ...


It’s official: Baldwin heading to ’Huskers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction’s Geoff Baldwin committed to play baseball at the University of Nebraska in July. Wednesday, he made it official. Baldwin signed his letter of intent to attend Nebraska and play baseball for the Cornhuskers. “I am ...


Getting back in wrestling shape a challenge for Tigers

By Staff

After roughly seven months of “summer,” class was back in session Wednesday in the wrestling room at Grand Junction High School. Professor Bud Glover, who is in his second year as head coach and 21st year on the Tigers’ ...

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