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Montrose Wins on Walk-off Home Run

May 1st @ 11:09 am

After bunting two balls foul, Ben Cruz hit a walk-off, opposite field home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Montrose to a 5-2 victory over Fruita Monument in Southwestern League baseball Tuesday. Cruz had three extra-base hits and accounted for half of the Indians’ hits in a battle that came down [...]

Montrose Win Over GJ Clinches SWL Title

Apr 24th @ 7:22 am

From the GJ Daily Sentinel By Dale Shrull Wednesday, April 24, 2013 One battled, one cruised, but both pitchers were impressive. It was a classic pitcher’s duel Tuesday at Canyon View Park with the Montrose Indians coming away with a 3-0 victory over the Grand Junction Tigers. With the win, Montrose (15-1, 8-0) wrapped up the [...]

Youth Baseball in Montrose Takes on a Fresh Look

Apr 23rd @ 7:35 am

This story comes from the GJ Daily Sentinel By Jeff Caspersen Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Little League may be a memory in Montrose, but the city’s youth still have a home on the diamond. A reshaped, revitalized youth baseball and softball program will debut later this spring, a program that emerged after the city canceled its [...]

Montrose Judge Issues Warrant For Dog’s Owner

Apr 19th @ 8:52 am

From the Daily Sentinel The owner of Dutch the dog is now in a bit of dutch himself. Montrose Municipal Judge Richard Brown issued a bench warrant Thursday for Jeremiah Aguilar, the U.S. Army veteran who has said Dutch is a service dog that calms Aguilar’s symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. Aguilar has refused to [...]

Montrose’s Haynes Shuts Down Central

Apr 19th @ 8:41 am

This story comes from the Daily Sentinel By Dale Shrull Friday, April 19, 2013 High, low, right corner, left corner, curveball, fastball, change up — Skylar Haynes was masterful. The Montrose High School senior right-hander was in total command from the first pitch to the last — a called strike three — in Thursday’s 13-0 six-inning [...]

Hotchkiss Students Recycle Bulldog Mascot to Win Aspen Art Competition

Apr 15th @ 8:38 am

This story comes from the Daily Sentinel By Melinda Mawdsley Monday, April 15, 2013 Five Hotchkiss High School students found a way to combine art, money and school pride. Sophomores Wesley Hardin, Brendon Beck and Alex Smith, along with freshmen James Le-
Valley and Jaden Simpson, teamed up to sculpt a bulldog — the school mascot [...]

Reward for Hot Start: 6 Head Staples

Apr 11th @ 7:58 am

This story comes from the GJ Daily Sentinel By Tim Harty Thursday, April 11, 2013 First, Justine Johnson fell to the ground, not knowing what just hit her. Then, the Montrose senior felt the back of her head, and when she pulled her hand away, it was covered in blood. And that’s how her day [...]

Montrose Indians Baseball Not Satisfied at 11-0

Apr 11th @ 7:39 am

This story comes from the GJ Daily Sentinel Perfect record nice, but Montrose coach knows team can be better Fruita Monument’s Chris Cordova rounds third base Wednesday on his way to score on a double by Cody Basinger in the fourth inning of the Wildcats’ 8-5 loss to Montrose at Canyon View Park. By Matt [...]

Haynes Keeps Montrose Undefeated

Apr 5th @ 6:18 am

This story comes from the Daily Sentinel Skylar Haynes did it all for the Montrose High School baseball team Thursday. Haynes pitched a complete game and went 2 for 3 with two RBI in the Indians’ 6-3 victory over Grand Junction in Montrose. The Tigers couldn’t string together hits, Grand Junction coach Donnie Alexander [...]

Special Prosecutor Picked In Dutch Dog-Mauling Case

Apr 2nd @ 7:08 am

This story comes from the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel By Gary Harmon Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Dutch the dog and his owner, who have so far stayed well beyond the reach of the law in Montrose, will face a veteran prosecutor as they appeal an order that the dog be surrendered for euthanasia. A Montrose [...]

CO Keeps Death Penalty

Mar 27th @ 6:44 am

This story comes from the GJ Daily Sentinel By Charles Ashby Tuesday, March 26, 2013 DENVER — A week ago, the votes to repeal the state’s death penalty were in place in the House Judiciary Committee. But when Gov. John Hickenlooper mentioned a possible veto of the idea a few days later, enough legislators decided, well, [...]

Montrose County Man Dead – Deputy Wounded

Mar 26th @ 10:05 am

By Paul Shockley Monday, March 25, 2013 A man with a history of domestic violence and alcohol-related offenses was found dead in his rural Montrose County home Monday morning, roughly eight hours after he twice shot a Montrose County sheriff’s deputy during a domestic violence call. Deputy Corey Larsen was shot in the abdomen and chest—one [...]

Montrose Girls Golfers Dominate To Win Black Canyon Invite

Mar 15th @ 7:20 am

This story comes from the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.  Photo courtesy of William Woody of THE WATCH. By Staff Friday, March 15, 2013 One day after winning by 30 strokes, the Montrose High School girls golf team was at it again, winning the nine-team Black Canyon Invitational by 26 strokes Thursday. Kala Keltz led four [...]

Montrose Girls BB One of the Elite

Mar 4th @ 8:20 am

This story comes from the Grand Junction Sentinel Photo courtesy of William Woody Montrose advances to 4A Elite 8 with win over Rifle   By Allen Gemaehlich Sunday, March 3, 2013 MONTROSE — They are more than teammates. The Montrose High School girls basketball players are friends and an extended family. “We’re a very close team,” [...]

Regional Basketball Pairings For Local 3A, 2A, 1A Teams

Mar 4th @ 8:08 am

This story come from The Grand Junction Sentinel By Staff Sunday, March 3, 2013 Class 3A Girls State  The Olathe High School girls basketball team received a 16th seed in the Class 3A state tournament, which will begin first-round play Friday at eight regional sites. Also in the field of 32 teams is [...]

Paonia’s Kendall qualifies for state in return to mat

Feb 21st @ 7:16 am

This story comes from the Daily Sentinel in Grand Junction, CO. By Allen Gemaehlich Wednesday, February 20, 2013 Wrestling is in Tyler Kendall’s blood. His dad wrestled for Paonia and was a state qualifier, so it was only normal for Tyler to grow up in the sport, but that changed last year. Kendall decided to [...]