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.
Tucked behind the majestic Bookcliffs, near the back side of Mount Garfield and just a few miles from Interstate … more
It was quick, efficient and unmerciful. … more
Oz Sanchez started riding a bike when was about 5. The seat-post was so high he couldn’t even sit down, so he … more
Grand Junction will be home to another prestigious cycling event. … more
Good! No good! Good! … more
MONTROSE — One minute to go until halftime and things looked fairly good for Montrose. … more
The Class 5A state boys tennis tournament begins today at the Gates Tennis Center in Denver. … more
Matthew Martinez squeezes his racket with a confident grip, his eyes intense with concentration. … more
MONTROSE — It doesn’t get much closer than this. … more
It was a game of halves and thirds. … more
Luke Aubert pounced early Friday and took care of business with ruthless efficiency. … more
The Palisade Bulldogs used a dominating first quarter to cruise to an easy win Friday night. … more
Cross country is all about improvement and progression. … more
It was a great start and frustrating finish for the Grand Junction volleyball team. … more
Darrion Alton is a highlight waiting to happen. … more
Tebowmania again … more
The No. 1 question facing the Delta Panthers this year was who would replace No. 1. … more
A 170-yard par-3 hole is where Micah Stangebye caught fire. … more
MONTROSE — It was a no-frills game but nothing fancy was necessary. … more
Marty Andrie did some swimming when he was younger and he ran competitively for Colorado School of Mines, so he … more