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More than a dozen officers and their families took on the Parker Power Special Olympics softball team in the annual Kops n Kids softball game Sept. 12 at Tallman Meadow Park. Throughout the … more
Legend moved the ball well at times in the Sept. 3 season opener against Arapahoe and was ahead at halftime, but the Warriors got their offense going in the second half and won 19-7. Key moments A pair of Arapahoe field goals put the Warriors … more
Rock Canyon set the pace among area teams at the Warrior Invitational Cross Country meet, with the boys taking runner-up honors and the girls finishing fifth. “The boys team is looking pretty good, hoping to do well in regionals and go to state … more
You would never suspect Valor Christian senior Reagan Hausmann used to dislike running. Hausmann won the girls Junior/Senior division of the Mustang Stampede Invitational Sept. 3 at Salisbury Park in Parker. She turned in a time of 19:29 to … more
Valor Christian, the top-ranked Class 5A team in the poll, won the battle of offensive statistics but lost the game.  Third-ranked Pomona made the big plays and notched a 28-14 … more
Chaparral senior softball pitcher Shannon Bass won’t go unnoticed this season. Last year Bass was overshadowed by Continental League pitching standouts Savannah Heebner of Castle View, Ally Power of Ponderosa and Legend’s Janelle … more
Kyle Pearson struggled hitting the ball off the tee but once he got on the green, his putter rescued him. Pearson, a junior at Highlands Ranch, fired a 3-over-par 75 on the tough, tight Perry Park County Club course in Larkspur Aug. 27 and shared … more
Topgolf Centennial is officially open, and it saw more than 30,000 guests in its first week, according to Casey Daniels, director of operations. The location at 10601 East Easter Avenue held its grand opening Aug. 21. The company has 20 other … more
Close to 1,800 runners laced up Aug. 22 for the Colorado Insanity Run in Larkspur. The race featured 5 miles and 20 obstacles, which tested participants' ability to run, climb, jump, crawl and muscle their way to the finish. The course was not … more
In Colorado high school ranks, officials will continue to judge the inflation level of footballs by feel. George Demetriou, Colorado High School Activities Association rules interpreter, doesn't believe there will be any extra awareness paid to … more
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