High Schools

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Fourth-quarter rally not enough for Central boys in loss

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Central High School boys basketball coach Ryan Hayden isn’t concerned about his team’s record during the December portion of the schedule. He’s more focused on little victories. The victory Friday came not ...


Extra special

By Dale Shrull

The court was littered with heroes and near saviors. In the end Friday night, Palisade had a couple more stars than Delta and came away with a 82-78 triple-overtime win in the Western Slope League opener for both teams. Marques Combs hit big ...

Tiger girls outlast Dinos at Wildcat Invitational

By Matt Meyer

At times Friday night, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team fell victim to its inexperience. Still, the Tigers remain undefeated. Overcoming turnovers late in the game and struggles on offense, Grand Junction edged Carbon ...


All-around Tiger

By Matt Meyer

Sydni Brandon’s contribution Thursday to the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team extended beyond the hard-fought seven points she scored. The senior guard finished with eight steals and six assists as the Tigers overcame ...


Not so free

By Dale Shrull

They may be called free, but free throws can be costly. Those free shots were costly to the Central High School girls basketball team and a benefit to Carbon County (Utah) in the Dinosaurs’ 48-32 win at the Fruita Monument Wildcat ...

GJ boys struggle in loss to Mountain Range

By Staff

AURORA — Save for one quarter, the Grand Junction High School boys basketball team found it a challenge Thursday to find ways to defend and score against Mountain Range. The Tigers lost their second game of the week as they opened the ...


Prep mat men have plenty to say

By Tim Harty

The Daily Sentinel previewed the high school wrestling season a week ago with a full-page graphic that was loaded with information. We could have filled two pages, maybe three, so what follows is a bunch of informative or fun quotes that ...

Fruita boys fall in tourney to Columbine

By Staff

LITTLETON — Every game is a learning experience for the Fruita Monument boys basketball team at this point in the season. The Wildcats got a lesson in playing a full 32 minutes in Wednesday’s opening round of the Columbine Classic ...


Palisade splits wrestling triangular

By Staff

Eagle Valley used three pins in the upper weights to key a 42-40 win over Palisade in a triangular wrestling meet Tuesday night. With the dual starting at 182 pounds, the Devils got pins at 182, 220 and 285. They upped their lead to 24-6 when ...


Q&A with Palisade’s Jeremiah Baskin

By Dale Shrull

Jeremiah Baskin is ready to lead. He is in his first year as the head coach of the Palisade High School boys basketball team. He brings a basketball pedigree that includes playing for legendary coach Kelly Meek at Steamboat Springs, and his ...

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