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Mark Usery started officiating high school football games in 1979 to earn extra spending money when he was a student at Colorado State University. At that time, there were plenty of teachers, educators and young adults blowing whistles and … more
Nick Navaro had his first taste of victory at the professional level July 16 after he won a decision in the professional Muay Thai bout against fellow Englewood High School graduate Justin Moss, a part of the 16-bout Sparta Combat League fight card … more
Cross country highlights individuals, but it also is a team activity. And while not always apparent to the casual observer, there are team strategies that many coaches support and encourage. “You are only as strong as your fifth runner,” … more
Double plays can deflate offensive momentum, but they are rare in high school softball. Most are of the line-drive variety. Turning a classic double play — shortstop to second base to first base — doesn’t happen often. It takes precise … more
The following are results of local athletes who finished in the top 10, plus the winning athletes, in the state track and field meet held May 19-21 at Jefferson County Stadium. Events are not listed … more
The Westminster Wolves and Standley Lake Gators played a scrimmage football game at Westminster’s Memorial Stadium on Aug. 26 ahead of the kickoff to regular-season play. Here are some first impressions and a look ahead at both teams entering … more
Glue is an adhesive used to stick things together. It’s also often difficult to remove from your hands. So it is only fitting to declare that senior Alyssa Kaiser was the glue that held Ralston Valley’s girls soccer team together. Injuries … more
Caela McCartney, a sophomore at Ralston Valley, plays the mellophone in the marching band and is a black belt in taekwondo. And she’s one of the Jefferson County League’s leading lacrosse goalies — after only playing in goal for nine … more
Kevin Boley has had a busy spring conducting interviews. Boley is the head basketball coach at Legend, but he’s also the athletic director who had to quiz and eventually hire head coaches for football, volleyball and swimming. more
Monte Thelen planned to step away from football when he announced his retirement as Cherokee Trail football coach last November. But it took only a few months for the 55-year-old veteran coach to reconsider. After taking a call from Legend … more
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