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Colorado Mesa basketball boxscores, Feb. 25

By Staff

Fort Lewis 61, Colorado Mesa 50 Men Saturday at Durango COLORADO MESA (14-12, 12-10) Hart 2-5 0-0 4, Bear 3-8 2-2 8, Chandler Burgon 1-1 0-0 2, Screen 1-3 2-2 4, Melillo 1-3 0-0 2, Estes 1-1 0-0 3, Vermeer 0-2 0-0 0, King 0-2 1-2 1, Kame ...


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Utah’s Peery eclipses state trout mark

By Dave Buchanan

Trent Peery of Santaquin, Utah,  has a lot to show for a recent ice-fishing trip to Scofield Reservoir in central Utah. Peery’s day on the ice produced a tiger trout weighing 15 pounds, nearly a third again as large as the prior ...


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Time of year for Rabbit’s Ear

By Bill Haggerty

Rabbit Valley is a broad 20,000-acre high-desert plateau 30 miles west of town and two miles east of the Colorado/Utah border. Much of it is located within the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area, expertly managed by the Bureau of Land ...


Boards couldn’t hold secret votes on vacancies, if proposal is approved

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — City councils and school boards would not be allowed to vote in secret to fill vacancies on their panels under a bill that won preliminary approval in the House on Friday. The measure, HB1169, is in response to a recent ...


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Daily Sentinel staffers win 18 awards

By Melinda Mawdsley

Employees of The Daily Sentinel/GJSentinel.com’s newsroom won 18 awards, including seven first-place honors, during the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters banquet Friday night in Denver. This year’s CAPER ...


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Bridges’ last-second layup lifts Wildcats to win in 5A playoffs

By Nick Walter

The 6-foot-9 boy from Lincoln who had just hit a 3-pointer to tie it up closed in on Fruita Monument’s Drew Bridges, swooping with gangly strides to block Bridges’ layup. As the clock struck one second in overtime on Friday, ...


Gunther’s big game not enough for Palisade

By Staff

Despite 22 points from Palisade’s Kane Gunther, the Bulldogs fell in the second round of the Class 4A boys basketball playoffs on Friday. No. 7 seed Palisade (18-7) led 18-14 after the first quarter, but No. 2 Pueblo Central (16-8), ...


Mavs need a win to host first round playoff game

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team is in a must-win situation now. The Mavericks (14-11, 12-9 RMAC) need to defeat Fort Lewis College (14-11, 12-9 RMAC) at 7:30 tonight in Durango for a chance to host an RMAC tournament ...


Mavericks earn berth to RMAC tourney

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team is in. The Mavericks clinched a RMAC tournament berth with a 66-61 victory Friday night over Adams State at Plachy Hall in Alamosa. “We’re thrilled we’re getting in (the ...


Rifle girls earn title date with Olathe in 3A district tourney

By Matt Meyer

All the Rifle girls basketball team needed was a chance. After beating Grand Valley 48-45 on Friday night in the semifinals of the Class 3A Western Slope district tournament at Palisade High School, the Bears get another shot at Olathe. The ...


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