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Primer: lacrosse appears a little confusing at first

By Patrick Bahr

On the surface, lacrosse appears a little confusing at first, but it really isn’t. The nation’s oldest game (begun by native Americans) is a constantly moving game most similar to ice hockey. rules There are 10 players to a ...

’Dogs place second in 4A regional

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — A 5-4 loss at last year’s state wrestling tournament still annoys Palisade High School’s Aaron Wagler. The Bulldogs’ 189-pound wrestler took another step on his revenge tour Saturday, powering through the ...

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Daniel Rodriguez’s regional title marred by sibling’s injury

By Staff

Daniel Rodriguez had to put his concerns behind him and worry about his own match. The 130-pound junior wrestler for Central High School was competing in Saturday’s championship round of the Class 5A Region 4 tournament at Central. That ...

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Bruggink, several area 2A wrestlers qualify

By Staff

Soroco High School freshman Lauryn Bruggink became the second girl in Colorado prep history to qualify for the state wrestling tournament when she placed second at 103 pounds Saturday at the Class 2A Region 1 tournament at Palisade. Bruggink ...

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By Special to the Sentinel

Kelsey Schlagel’s high school swimming career didn’t end quite the way she wanted. With the amazing amount of talent in the state, Schlagel didn’t perform as well as she had anticipated Friday in the Class 5A state swim ...

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Defense keys Tigers’ win over Cortez

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction High School boys basketball team has gotten back to playing well by getting back to playing well defensively. The Tigers allowed only 33 points Saturday in a 61-33 win over Montezuma-Cortez, one day after allowing only 31 ...

Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup February 14, 2009

By Staff

Wrestling • The Fruita Monument High School wrestling team advanced four wrestlers to this morning’s semifinals after Friday’s first round of the Class 5A Region 3 wrestling tournament at Legacy High School in ...


Central’s Grandbouche scores 27 in win over ’Cats

By Patrick Bahr

The Central High School boys basketball team will never say it was one of its prettier games, but it was a win. The Warriors withstood everything Fruita Monument threw at them Friday night for a 48-43 Southwestern League victory. “It ...


Central beats rival Fruita Monument in battle of scrappy teams

By Patrick Bahr

Friday night produced one of the Central girls basketball team’s more uncomfortable 18-point wins of the season. The Warriors were forced to overcome foul trouble by riding a big second quarter to their 54-36 victory over Fruita ...


Summers hungry for state title

By Staff

It wasn’t what Tony Summers’ mother fed him for dinner Thursday that fueled his desire during Friday’s first day of the Class 5A Region 4 wrestling tournament at Central High School. “I didn’t have dinner ...

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