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The Colorado prep baseball season isn’t over just yet. The state’s best players will have at least one more at-bat and one more chance to make a play as the rosters have been set for the Colorado Rockies annual Futures Game Sunday at Coors … more
This isn’t going to be easy to do. I am going to try and make a hero out of the ultimate Denver Broncos’ villain. In 2009, the Broncos fired iconic head coach Mike Shanahan and hired 33-year-old Josh McDaniels. McDaniels went on to win the … more
“1954: The Year Willie Mays and The First Generation of Black Superstars Changed Major League Baseball Forever” by Bill Madden 2014, Da Capo Press $25.99 / $29.00 Canada 290 pages You know the rules. Each base must be touched, each ball … more
The girls' 4A golf state championship was won in a runaway but drama surrounded the end of the 5A state championship Tuesday at Raccoon Creek Golf Course. After 36 holes the girls' 5A title was still undecided but Rock Canyon senior Michelle … more
Holy cow! Holy Family has repeated as 3A state baseball champions with their 8-2 victory over Eaton, Saturday in Greeley. The Tigers have now won three state titles over the last five seasons, as they prepare to jump classifications next … more
Hennessey Stuart of Regis Jesuit High School was selected as the most valuable swimmer in the May 16-17 Class 5A state swimming and diving meet at the Veteran's Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. While helping to lead Regis to its … more
Peter Gireco of Wheat Ridge didn’t come through with his best effort of the season in the Triple Jump, but when you’re a state champion it’s hard to argue with “effort.” Gireco won the Class 4A state title in the Triple Jump last … more
These past few days haven’t been the highlight to Legacy’s otherwise remarkable season, and on a gloomy Tuesday night, it all came to abrupt end. The rock that was ThunderRidge keeper Sierra Roth was mostly to blame for … more
DENVER – Kristen Kirby’s stomach was a carnival pretzel at the start of the 5A state tennis tournament at the Gates Tennis Center, realizing she was center stage at the place she’d melted down at one year ago. But this time she was more … more
No doubt the hopes are high for the coming seasons in Class 5A girl’s tennis from Ralston Valley coach, Kim Greason. Yet she knows the Mustangs have a ways to go before they can challenge the likes of Cherry Creek on the tennis courts for any team … more
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