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Olathe wins 2A title, Glenwood wins in 3A

By Patrick Bahr

Back-to-back games. Back-to-back championships for the Western Slope. The Nov. 29 high school football championships won by Olathe and Glenwood Springs were voted the No. 2 sports story of the year. The championships capped a pair of 14-0 ...

Sergio Romo hits the big leagues

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Sergio Romo is one of those guys who makes his mark quickly. He spent only one year at Mesa State College, but made the most of it, going 14-1 in 2005 and coming thisclose to throwing a no-hitter in the first round of the NCAA regional ...

Lindholm resigns as Central girls basketball coach

By Staff

It caught everyone off guard when Central High School girls basketball coach Matt Lindholm abruptly resigned on Feb. 10 with three games remaining in the regular season. The Warriors had compiled a 16-3 record, were unbeaten in the ...

Glover fired, then rehired after protest

By Staff

The students spoke. The administration listened. Longtime Grand Junction High School assistant wrestling coach Bud Glover’s reign as head coach nearly lasted only one year. After his first season as head coach, during which the ...

Tucker wins second straight state title

By Staff

The second one was just as difficult as the first to achieve, but it felt just as good. Grand Junction High School 215-pound wrestler Robert Tucker claimed his second Class 5A state title on Feb. 23. His feat, along with the state titles won ...


Former GJHS standout Marques Harris tasting success for San Diego

By Staff

Prognosticators and the so-called experts had the San Diego Chargers atop the list of AFC contenders before this year’s NFL season. Things changed in a heartbeat. At the start of December, the Chargers’ chances of even making the ...

LS: Coffee chats with 3 interesting people in the Grand Junction area

By Laurena Mayne Davis

LAURIE KADRICH ARTIST, HIKER AND CITY MANAGER Interview with Samantha Stiles. Laurie Kadrich, 50, drinks her coffee black, no cream, no sugar. I think it’s symbolic. She’s driven and committed to being a strong leader. No ...


Struggling Mesa women get tough tests in Holiday Inn Christmas Classic

By Allen Gemaehlich

A new season begins tonight — at least that’s the way the Mesa State College women’s basketball team would like to look at it. The Mavericks (3-7) return to action after a short Christmas break by hosting two ...

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Christmas break allows Mesa men’s team to refocus

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s tough to take a break in the middle of the season, but the Mesa State College men’s basketball team hopes to take advantage of it. The Mavericks returned to practice Saturday in preparation for their first game in nine days ...

Mesa State athletic facilities receive lofty upgrades

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College alumni don’t have to be gone for very long to notice the changes on campus. In addition to the new dorms, Saunders Fieldhouse is in the midst of undergoing a $40.8 million renovation and is the Daily Sentinel’s ...

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