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Mesa State Wrestling Results, Wednesday, Nov. 10

By Staff

White 21, Maroon 12 Wednesday at Brownson Arena 125 pounds — Clay Flot, W, pinned Daniel Romero 2:46; 133 — Tyler Nelson, M, dec. Joe Hamilton 2-0; 141 — Rhett Breed, M, dec. James Martinez 13-7; 149 — Trevor ...

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Hitters making mark at Mesa State in volleyball

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Outside hitters at Mesa State College have built quite a legacy. Every year the Mavericks have players on the left side of the floor who pound away at opponents. When Ali Tompkins and Gabrielle Lovato graduated last year, coach Dave Fleming ...

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Bulldogs’ kickoff return team key heading into 3A playoff game

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School has a well-rounded football team. Entering Friday night’s Class 3A first-round playoff game against No. 13 Silver Creek (7-3), the No. 4 Bulldogs (9-1) are scoring 37 points per game and giving up only 13. One area ...

RMAC Notebook: Adding track teams could prove helpful for Mavericks

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Twenty-one is a good number in Vegas. It’s also the new number for athletic teams at Mesa State College. Men’s outdoor track will become a varsity sport this spring. The men won’t have an indoor season this winter, but next ...

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Mesa State wrestlers tune up in Maroon & White Scrimmage

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The mat light didn’t change much. Although the Mesa State College wrestling team held a scrimmage in front of the public, the matches were a lot like practice the past few weeks. Nine of the 10 matches were decisions as the White team ...

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Stability with Sean: Rubalcaba has Tigers playing with confidence

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Grand Junction High School football coach Robbie Owens saw a special talent in Sean Rubalcaba when the two became a part of the program two years ago. The quarterback, though, has been plagued by injuries. It wasn’t until this season ...

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Over the Top, Spam

By Bob Silbernagel

Bob makes like a stranded cruise passenger, and chows down on some processed meat.  ...


An impartial jury

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Constitution says criminal defendants have the right to a trial by “an impartial jury.” When the trial of Jerry Nemnich commenced last month for the murders of Linda Benson and her daughter Kelley Ketchum, we have no ...

Monetary policies reminiscent of the 1930s are not golden

By Rick Wagner

I’m not sure how many have noticed that it feels like we are reliving the 1930s — an economic bumbler in the White House, a huge change in party control in Congress and The Los Angeles Times preaching class warfare and economic ...

Printed letters, November 11, 2010

By Staff

Diverse interests can protect public lands One of the most remarkable developments in public policy in this country is the convergence of diverse interests, stakeholders and federal and state agencies in broad coalitions to protect and ...

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