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Prep football scores, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Monument 35, Central 13 Friday at Stocker Stadium Central 0 0 7 6 — 13 Fruita 6 15 7 7 — 35 FM— Chris Gershon 38 pass from Zach Thorpe (Kick failed) FM— Thorpe 3 run (Tyler Church pass from ...


Prep softball scores, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Monument 13, Cortez 2 Friday at Kronkright Complex Game 1 Montezuma-Cortez 000 02 — 2 1 3 Fruita Monument 470 2 — 13 7 0 FM — Jenni Sneddon and Morgan Young. WP — Sneddon 2B: FM — Kendra Williams, ...


Prep tennis results, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Monument 7, Cortez 0 Friday at Cortez Singles No. 1 — Vinny Castellini, FM, def. Collin Cathey, MC, 6-3, 6-4; No. 2 — Tanner McKenzie, FM, Logan Dean, MC, 6-4, 6-4; No. 3 — Matthew Harris, FM, def. Zack Lamb, MC, ...


Colorado Mesa soccer scores, Sept. 30, 2011

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 2, Colorado Christian 0 Men Friday at Lakewood Halftime: Colorado Mesa 1-0 Goals: Brandon Burton (Jeremy Gwerder), CMU, 37:53; Stevie Palma, CMU, 49:52 Shots: CMU 21, CCU 4 Goalies, saves: Caleb Ealey, CMU 2; David ...


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Montrose on the move: Indians improve to 6-0 with win over Ponderosa

By William Woody

MONTROSE — In the six years Todd Casebier has coached the Montrose High School football team, he has never been undefeated through six games. That changed Friday night as the Indians (6-0, 1-0 Southwestern League) continued their ...


Line paves way in Olathe’s win over Cedaredge

By Scott Schlaufman

OLATHE — For the Olathe High School football team, offensive success was simple in Friday’s 31-7 win at home against Cedaredge. All the backs had to do was follow the linemen. “Our line did a great job tonight firing off, ...


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3 new group residences give clients with severe disabilities a home of their own

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Rhonda McElhiney protested the closure of the Grand Junction Regional Center’s skilled nursing unit last year. McElhiney, who worked in the unit, didn’t think Mesa Developmental Services (MDS) could handle the delicate medical ...


Donors give cool $150,000 to new ice rink

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Grand Junction’s newest ice rink has gathered $150,000 in donations so far. It cost local nonprofit Ice Skating Inc. $200,000 to turn a former roller hockey rink behind 330 North Ave. into an outdoor ice rink, complete with boards, ...


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Sentinel publishers depicted in plaques

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Two bronze reliefs depicting the field’s namesakes soon will be installed at Colorado Mesa University’s Walker Field. The rectangular plaques, featuring former Daily Sentinel publishers Walter Walker and his son, Preston Walker, ...


Titans top Gunnison for big win at home in football

By Jon Mitchell

NEW CASTLE — Robby Moore summed up the past few weeks for the Coal Ridge High School football team with one simple phrase. “We’re just one big family now,” the Titans’ senior quarterback said. Moore scored three ...


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