Bachelor’s in journalism, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Western Slope Colorado native born in Glenwood Springs raised in New Castle.
I joined the Sentinel sports department on April 1, 2013.
I wrote a book on my hometown of New Castle and its rich history of coal mining, railroads and wild-west roots.
Prior to finishing college at 31 years old and getting into journalism I worked in a variety of fields, some of those include coal mining, garbage collection, cemetery worker, pizza delivery (I was robbed three times), cook, bartender, janitor, waiter, construction worker, carpenter, forklift operator, truck driver and disc jockey to name a few.
It was a good start to the season for the Palisade High School girls soccer team. … more
Anticipation and excitement have been building for weeks in the tiny town of Ouray. … more
After nine successful years at a Denver school, Don Ray Craft hopes to make a splash on the Western Slope as the … more
It was a memorable and highly successful trip to the Front Range for Western Slope high school bowlers. … more
Sammy Hudson works the rag vigorously to get a polished shine. … more
The clock never moves fast enough for the team in the lead. … more
The Aspen High School boys basketball team appeared to be in control Saturday, but then the lead — and … more
Using a suffocating man-to-man help defense and pounding the offensive boards, the Olathe High School girls … more
It will be a battle of the top two seeds in the boys Class 3A Western Slope District championship today. … more
RIFLE — A little inside, a little outside and a whole lot of defense. … more
During her sophomore year at Dakota Ridge High School, Keri Kopchik started having joint pain. … more
DENVER — Tony Darling gained a little weight at the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament. … more
DENVER — T.J. Shelton is humble and shows tremendous respect for the sport and his opponents. … more
DENVER — Jesse Reed jumped to his feet and thrust both hands into the air, three fingers on both hands … more
DENVER — Randen Espinoza looked down and spotted his opening Friday in his Class 4A 106-pound Colorado state … more
DENVER — The lights were bright, the crowd was big and the nerves were jumping. … more
After only three years, the Colorado Mesa University Alpine ski team is making quite a statement on the slopes. … more
MONTROSE — Conner Lawson suddenly realized that he had an advantage. His opponent, Devin Ward of Eagle … more
MONTROSE — The two massive warriors circled, pushed, shoved and tried to overpower one another. … more
Vanessa Herrera did so much work in the paint Friday that Picasso would have been proud. … more