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Pitching in

By Matt Meyer

If John Taber pitches like he did Saturday, the Palisade High School baseball team will have a solid second option when the Class 4A postseason begins. The sophomore allowed one hit in six innings in the first game of a doubleheader against ...

Fruita hits three HRs to cruise past Durango

By Staff

Cuba Bess’ first-inning grand slam Saturday got the Fruita Monument High School baseball team warmed up in its 14-6 rout of Durango. The Wildcats (17-0, 8-0 Southwestern League) scored in every inning except the fifth and got a pair of ...


Tough it out

By Dale Shrull

Gymnasts are tough athletes. Tweaked ankles, aching knees, balky backs and other small and large ailments are just things gymnasts have to deal with at times. Kayli Plantiko had to decide if she could tough it out on Saturday, and it ...

Jussel: Broncos’ draft picks haven’t always panned out

By Rick Jussel

The National Football League draft will start in 11 days, 11 hours, 27 minutes and 23 seconds. Those numbers are, of course, subject to change. For those of you who aren’t counting down, the first round is April 30, starting at 6 p.m. ...


Lake Powell fishing report

By Staff

Lake Powell Report By WAYNE GUSTAVESON Special to The Daily Sentinel PAGE, Ariz. — The fishing reports from Lake Powell this weekend were the best reports of this year by far. Virtually all who went fishing caught fish. Some found ...

Mesa baseball team sweeps DH from Colorado Christian

By Staff

Austin Wallingford delivered a two-run double in the fifth inning Saturday night to help Colorado Mesa complete a doubleheader sweep of Colorado Christian at Runyon Field in Pueblo. The second-ranked Mavericks (35-5, 27-3 RMAC) routed the ...


East Portal road at Black Canyon opens

By Dave Buchanan

In case you missed the announcement, the Bureau of Reclamation has opened the East Portal road for the season. The road takes off near the entrance station to the South Rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and is a serpentine ...



By Patti Arnold

Kyle Serrano made the trip to Cary, North Carolina, last May with the Colorado Mesa baseball team. He didn’t get to suit up. He wasn’t allowed in the dugout. He sat in the stands, cheering on his teammates as they came up one run ...



By Staff

Does spring fever give you the urge to frolic in fields and chase butterflies? If so, grab a net and go for it. If anyone gives you a funny look, tell them you are doing important scientific research. Scientists with the Pieris Project are ...

Area fishing meeting set

By Dave Buchanan

Anglers in the Delta and Montrose area can offer comments on local fishing regulations and opportunities at a public meeting from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on 
April 23 at the Bill Heddles Recreation Center, 530 Gunnison River Dr. in Delta. Eric ...

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