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Northglenn soccer takes victory in offensive shootout

Northglenn soccer showcased their offensive firepower when it was needed Sept. 3. Holding off Arvada 6-5 at the North Area Athletic Conference field, the Norsemen earned their second victory in their … more

Experienced Columbine wears down Legacy volleyball

For the second contest in a row, the young Legacy volleyball team took on a veteran-led Columbine squad hoping to steal a win on the road. Despite competitive play early in all three sets, the Lady … more

Thornton football reclaims I-25 Cup from Northglenn

It has been 14 years since the Thornton football program had defeated cross-town rival Northglenn. Despite some early obstacles and a late comeback attempt from the Norsemen, the Trojans flipped the … more

Eagles claim Mayor’s Cup

The Broomfield Eagles never lost their lead as they defeated rivals Legacy Aug. 30 34-13, defeating the Lightning at their home field, District 12 North Stadium in Westminster. more

New head coach at Ranch making the best of things

Vic Fangio of the Denver Broncos isn’t the first longtime assistant in the area to finally get a head coaching job. Fangio, a 40-year coaching veteran as an assistant, welcomed the chance to … more

Westy softball falls to talented Denver East squad

Last Friday, Westminster softball traveled to Denver East in hopes to steal a road win against the 1-3 Lady Angels. However, because of dominant pitching from junior Grace Cooper and 12 hits, DE took … more

NORTH 0829 SPTS Holy Family SB

The Holy Family softball team kicked off their season in the right way Aug. 20 besting the Wheatridge Farmers 8-1 at their home field Aug. 20. The Tigers claimed the state 4A title last year and are … more

Four local golfers bound for national tourney

Kent Moore of Centennial, let’s just say, is a veteran golfer who relies on his years of experience to keep pace with younger players. He will be making his sixth appearance in a U.S. Mid-Amateur … more

Mental health added to coaches’ mission

Colorado High School Activities Association commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green called it a very bold stance. The CHSAA Board of Directors in June approved a Mental Health Initiative that mandates all … more

Consistency key for Mountain Range football

What could have been better for a first-year head coach than a 3-1 start? Not much, but a 0-6 end to the 2018 season has Todd Riccio and his Mustangs eager to solve what went sideways down the … more

Thornton football gaining traction under second-year coach

Prior to last season’s first win Sept. 21 against Littleton, Thornton football had fallen in 18-straight contests dating back to Oct. 1, 2016. With passionate Thornton alum and second-year head … more

Legacy football hopes to stay on a positive trajectory

The opening season for Legacy football coach Corey Heinz didn’t start the way he or his program wanted at 0-6 while being outscored 266-118 in that span. But after allowing 67 points to perennial … more

Disc golf takes full flight in Denver metro area

Chris Ball is a Grammy-nominated songwriter who has composed music for many television shows and toured for seven years as a musician with the rock band Firefall. The 53-year-old Highlands Ranch … more

Holy Family football restocked for 2019

The Holy Family football standard has been set, and after a 34-28 defeat in the opening round of the 3A state tournament last year, the Tigers are hungrier than ever going into 2019. Under 12th-year … more

New leader of the wolfpack

Over the past nine seasons, Kerry Denison led the Westminster football program to a 44-45 record, including a 7-3 mark a season ago. This year, however, a new era begins under 7-year Westy … more

Northglenn football hoping to surpass the 500 mark

Despite finishing the season 5-5 (4-5 in conference) last year, a strong 4-2 finish has Northglenn football ready to get back to action this fall. Under 7th-year head coach Matt Dean, the Norsemen … more

Redemption on the mind for Horizon football

After a 6-4 season in 2017, Horizon football took a step back last year going just 2-8 (1-4 in conference). Anticipating a positive bounce-back campaign this fall, the Hawks and head coach Frank … more

High school sports: the fall lineup

FOOTBALL First games: Aug. 29 Defending champions: Valor Christian (5A), Loveland (4A), Palmer Ridge (3A), LaJunta (2A), Limon (1A), Sedgwick County (A8), Stratton/Liberty (A6) 2019 state … more

Extended playoff run in sight for Westy soccer

Under third-year head coach, Bryan Little, Westminster soccer improved from four wins to 11 in his first two campaigns. Anticipating a continuance to this upward trend, Westy soccer hopes to … more

Expectations at an all-time high for Legacy soccer

Last season the Legacy boys soccer team made a run to the Elite 8 of the 5A state tournament. Falling in double overtime to in-town rival, Broomfield, the Lightning head into 2019 with a chip on … more
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