Dale supervises the five-person sports department. He also writes, edits and plans for local sports coverage.
He is always looking for cool story ideas in the areas of sports, recreation and outdoors. Call or email tips and story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bachelor’s in journalism, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Dale is a Western Slope Colorado native born in Glenwood Springs and raised in New Castle.
He joined the Sentinel sports department on April 1, 2013.
He wrote a book about his hometown of New Castle and its rich history of coal mining, railroads and wild-west roots.
Prior to finishing college at 31-years-old, he worked in a variety of fields, some of those include coal mining, garbage collection, cemetery worker, pizza delivery (Dale was robbed three times!), cook, bartender, janitor, waiter, construction worker, carpenter, forklift operator, truck driver and disc jockey, to name a few.
Wednesday at Suplizio Field … more
With a lineup that has more hits than a viral video, Gene Taylor’s coach Dave Jahnke has a simple … more
Riley Pint looked like the future of the Colorado Rockies at times and at other times he looked like an 18-year-old … more
Ian Hegstrom had an easy volley at the net, but he flubbed it right into the twine. … more
Shaelyn Grant launched a pitch high and deep to left field, and missed a game-winning home run by about three … more
The stands are packed with smiling faces. … more
Even before the ribbon was snipped on the opening ceremony for the Flat Top Flyer, Powderhorn Mountain Resort was … more
Just like the boys who play Little League baseball, the softball-playing girls have some rough stretches on the … more
Monument Little League is headed to state. … more
Louie Lee just shrugs. After all, his trip to the East Coast was no big deal. It was just a short jaunt to New … more
Rich Willis was playing a game of high-speed mountain bike chase with James Schafer. … more
Somewhere after 40 miles, the lightning lit up the western Utah sky and the rain showered the area. Then hail … more
Rider after rider zipped back to the Flat Top Flyer for another trip to the top. … more
It’s hard to tell what the future looks like, but the past is kinda ugly. … more
As Kyler Smith tapped in for par on the final hole, he shook hands with his playing partners and let out a sigh. … more
Kyler Smith cooled off a little Saturday, but he’s still the guy everyone will be chasing today. … more
Mountain biking at ski resorts has long been a destination for those looking for high-speed thrills. … more
The Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games will bring hundreds of athletes and volunteers to Grand Junction. … more
Don Hendricks loves Special Olympics. … more
For the fourth straight year, between 1,000-1,200 athletes and coaches will meet in Grand Junction for the Special … more