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 email@example.com.
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.
The plan was simple: Put the ball in play and create chaos. … more
Four riders working as one, working as hard as possible. … more
A hand-cyclist groaned as he rolled toward the turnaround point. Every rotation of his arms a struggle, an … more
The best road racers have arrived. … more
Late-game drama has followed the Grand Junction High School baseball team around all season. … more
Ariane Horbach’s collegiate cycling career is down to just a few more days. … more
Six-mile run, 200 sit-ups and at least 10 rounds in the ring. … more
Carston Smith was close, but eight seconds is a long time to stay anchored to about 2,000 pounds of bull. … more
Lily Lockhart loves the thrill of competition, but she can’t help but take a peek ahead at where her toughest … more
Anybody who knows bull riding knows it’s all about the bulls. … more
The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team had its chances but the scoreboard never changed. … more
Fruita Monument High School didn’t waste time finding its new boys basketball coach. … more
It was a perfect day for baseball, then Trey Morrill went out and proved it. … more
Max Noland couldn’t help but think about swinging for the fences when he came up with the bases loaded. … more
Jax Nourse didn’t run out of gas, he ran out of pitches. … more
The engine whine sounds like a howling cat, then it hits its crescendo as the rider cranks it to full throttle. … more
When Dan Van Hoose walked off the mat at the Pepsi Center on Feb. 18, he had his arm around his son Daniel. … more
Patric Rostel’s hometown is about 5,200 miles away, but he now calls Grand Junction home. … more
It was ace versus ace but a deuce in the seventh settled the game. … more
ASPEN — With unblinking eyes, Steven “Blake” Bryant watches as the curling stone creeps down the … more