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Confident ’Cats sweep Junction

By Patrick Bahr

When the Fruita Monument volleyball team is playing like it did Tuesday night against Grand Junction, it is hard to beat. The Wildcats (10-4, 5-3 Southwestern League) cruised to a 25-10, 25-19, 25-14 victory over the Tigers (4-9, 0-6 SWL) in ...

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Warriors come up with big hits when they need them

By Staff

All it takes is one. Once the Central High School softball team gets one hit, others will quickly follow. That was the case Tuesday against Fruita Monument, with Rachel Romine playing the role of catalyst. The senior third baseman hit a ...

Fruita Monument’s Beck has best ahead of him

By Patrick Bahr

Fruita Monument tennis player Tristan Beck made the big jump from playing No. 3 doubles last year to being the team’s No. 1 singles player this season. And because of that, he has taken some lumps during matches. Unfortunately for the ...

Palisade played and won its most important game Thursday

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade played and won its most important game of the year thus far last Thursday at Stocker Stadium, The Bulldogs handled Western Slope Conference rival and previously Rocky Mountain News’ No. 4 ranked team 39-14. “It was a ...

The Sentinel’s Best of Colorado Football

By Patrick Bahr

Forget the best of football in all of Colorado, because last weekend provided another top notch weekend here in the valley. Leading the way has to be the 21-18 down to the wire game between Central and Fruita Monument, where the Warriors ...

Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup September 28, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball • Fruita upends Durango Fruita Monument’s volleyball team took big steps Saturday in the Southwestern League by defeating defending league champion Durango 3-0 on the road. The Wildcats, who also won 3-0 at ...


Central’s Jerome runs wire-to-wire to win Anna Banana

By Patrick Bahr

Central’s David Jerome got out of the gates fast during Saturday’s Anna Banana Invitational at Connected Lakes State Park. It was just the opposite of the way he had performed in most of his races this season, when Jerome ran ...

’Dogs in wide-open WSL volleyball race

By Staff

This is not your typical Class 4A Western Slope League volleyball season. In years past, teams such as Battle Mountain, Steamboat Springs, Glenwood Springs and Palisade could be counted on to dominate the top of the league standings and earn ...

Briefs: Prep Sports Roundup September 27, 2008

By Staff

FOOTBALL • Aspen’s high-scoring offense overpowered the Cedaredge Bruins 41-0 on Friday at home. Senior Beaux Seguin scored two of the Skiers’ first three touchdowns on a 19-yard run and a 26-yard catch to propel Aspen ...

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New-look Tigers break through with first victory

By Patrick Bahr

Remember that Grand Junction football team the first three weeks of the season? It was a young team that had no offense, no defense and essentially no hope. Forget that team, because the past two weeks, the Tigers have looked like a ...

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