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It’s a good day to be a golf fan during a PGA tournament practice round. On the Wednesday leading into the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills Country Club, players had their usual chance to … more
It was an interesting opening week in football for Horizon and Holy Family as both came away with impressive victories. The same couldn’t be said, however, for Northglenn, Standley Lake, Thornton and Westminster. Horizon hosted Prairie View and … more
No doubt it was a gold trophy, The Mayor’s Cup, worth holding high after Legacy defeated crosstown rival Broomfield, 21-6, last Friday in their season opening football game on the Eagles field. Yet there is little doubt Legacy, coached by Wayne … more
The Arvada West Wildcats looked really good in the season opener against Broomfield — only they lost the match. The Wildcats were beat by the Eagles 3-2 (25-27, 25-13, 17-25, 25-22, 2-15) in a thriller that went back and forth and was evenly … more
Thornton quarterback, Judge Mueller, has high hopes that the Trojans can improve on last season’s 4-6 record. Of course, those are the hopes of all the players and their coach, Mike Marquez. Mueller certainly has a unique first name, one in … more
Volleyball fans at Standley Lake are certainly hoping for a huge turn around in this season’s campaign. And, there is a good reason. Standley Lake only won one match last season while losing 21. One thing they hope will help is the fact the … more
Westminster volleyball coach Tim Bergman and his players, Cindy Abarca, Leslie Mendoza and Gillian Munoz are going to have a different feeling on the court this season. After all, Abarca and Munoz are the only full time varsity returnees from … more
It’s not just a player’s height that counts in basketball, but in special cases, it doesn’t hurt to be tall in football either. And, it’s height that may lead to some major changes for the Westminster football team.  Kerry Denison, who … more
The Thornton gymnastic team was able to get off to a fair start in its season opener against Ponderosa, Aug. 22. And even though the Trojans were defeated by the Mustangs, 168-166, it was not unexpected. “We are not at full strength at this … more
There is certainly room for improvement, no matter the sport, no matter the season. And for the Northglenn football team, improvement looks to be on the field for second-year coach Matt Dean and his Norse. Definitely, improvement is on the mind … more
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