High Schools

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Glenwood QB generating college interest from big schools

By Matt Meyer

One of these things is not like the others: Florida State, Notre Dame, University of Texas, Glenwood Springs High School. All of those NCAA Division I schools have a larger student population than the roughly 9,700 people who live in Glenwood ...

How the West 
was won?

By Staff

Friday night has a pair of huge Class 3A Western Slope Conference games. It’s only the second week of conference play, but all four WSC playoff teams from last season will be matched up in two big games with Rifle (4-0, 1-0 WSC) ...


Crossover appeal

By Matt Meyer

Sam Graf and Gabe Treider are baseball players who happen to love tennis, and Fruita Monument High School tennis coach Clint Davis makes no mistake about it. Graf was an All-Southwestern League selection in baseball and led the league with a ...


Serving lifts Fruita past Junction

By Staff

Fruita Monument survived a close call in the first game, then closed strong to beat Grand Junction 27-25, 25-12, 25-16 in a Southwestern League volleyball match Tuesday. The Wildcats fell behind in the first game, then rallied to take the ...

‘Cats, Tigers battle to a scoreless tie

By Dale Shrull

It was clear one goal probably was going to be plenty for the win Tuesday night. Fruita Monument goalkeeper Dom Gaty had passed every test, but when Grand Junction’s Jose Torres broke free with the ball in the 57th minute, it was ...


Triple the fun

By Matt Meyer

Sierra Batchelor slapped a bases-clearing triple to left field Tuesday night as the Central softball team overcame an early deficit and uncharacteristically sloppy defense to top Grand Junction 6-4 in a Southwestern League matchup at Bergman ...


Venue change for Fruita game causes confusion

By Staff

It’s easy to confuse two stadiums with virtually the same name, so when word got out Monday that Fruita Monument High School’s football game this weekend was moved to Sports Authority Stadium, just about everyone thought the ...

Twitter Mailbag, Sept. 23, 2014

By Staff

The social media platform Twitter has become an easy way to connect with experts on any subject. In this column, readers can submit prep sports questions to @jmattmeyer that may be printed. Follow Daily Sentinel reporters Allen Gemaehlich ...


Bulldogs flex their muscle

By Dale Shrull

Palisade’s flexbone once again flexed its power in another methodical win. Using the potent running game, which chalked up 200 first-half yards, and a stifling defense, the Bulldogs dismantled Summit 36-7 on Saturday at Stocker Stadium ...

Wildcats fall short of upset

By Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS — All last week during practice, Fruita Monument High School football coach Sean Mulvey impressed on his players the importance of emotion, something he felt his team had lacked in its first three games, all losses. The ...

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