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Tess Boade is a special athlete who isn’t following the trend of sports specialization. Many organizations, including the NCAA, United States Olympic Committee and professional sports leagues, have voiced their opposition to early … more
Legend wrestlers in their light blue singlets came out winners in most matches during the Jan. 7 day-long Titan Varsity Dual Match Tournament held at Legend High School in Parker. “We have a pretty good team this year even though we graduated … more
Troy Terry, the Highlands Ranch native and sophomore on the University of Denver hockey team, was flooded with emotion as he and his teammates on the United States World Junior team sang the national anthem. Terry's shootout goals in the … more
Kevin Boley's memory is jogged every time he watches his Legend High School basketball team play. Boley has put together some pretty good teams as the only boys basketball coach since Legend opened in 2008. In the past six campaigns, including … more
Magness Arena at the University of Denver will host this spring’s Colorado High School State Hockey semifinals and finals. According to CHSAANow.com, the Final Four will move from the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland to Magness as part of an … more
Top 20 Colorado girls swimming times were released by PrepSwimCo.com prior to the holiday break, and several area athletes ranked either one or two in both Class 5A and 4A. Arapahoe senior Laurel Eiber has the second fastest Class 5A times in the … more
Another year is about to begin, and each new year brings a chance for change. Here are my wishes for the new year, when it comes to area high school sports: For the Pomona football team, just … more
World renowned karate master Yutaka Yaguchi paused from his speech and looked around his dojo, which was overflowing with students, varying belt colors tied around their white attire. “Please train hard into the future,” the 84-year-old said … more
Tough choices abound when it comes time to choose Colorado Community Media’s annual All-South Metro Football Team. With so much talent in the area, it’s difficult to whittle the list down to something resembling the actual number of players … more
George Mikan started a trend in the 1950s that is rarely seen today at any level of basketball, including boys and girls high school action. Mikan, a 6-foot-10 center who dominated with his scoring, rebounding and shot-blocking skills, paved the … more
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