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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
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
The prep sports playoff schedule for the entire region. more
Aaron Hammann, a senior right-handed pitcher, came through with a three-hit, seven-inning shutout in Chaparral's 3-0 Continental League victory over Heritage April 22 at Eaton Field. But it wasn't as easy as it might have looked. Heritage had at … more
Lutheran athletes turned in strong performances as the boys team finished second and the girls 20th in team standings at the April 22 and 23 Liberty Bell Invitational track meet. “Our team is looking good this season,” Lutheran coach Darwin … more
Heavy, wet snow fell on the south metro area April 16 and 17 and left baseball teams facing a full count trying to get fields playable to avoid stacking too many makeup games together. Ponderosa, Highlands Ranch, Mountain Vista, ThunderRidge, … more
Laurel and Griffin Eiber are in a swimming pool most of the year, except maybe for a few trips to the ski slopes. The twins are juniors at Arapahoe High School and are among the state’s top swimmers. But which twin is the better … 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
Alyssa Lowe and her twin sister Jenna play doubles for the Ponderosa girls tennis team. However, the junior sisters are not doubles partners. “I have played doubles with my sister,” said Alyssa. “It didn't work out as well. It was a … more
Athletes from across the south metro area signed letters of intent to play sports at the college level on April 13. The following is a partial list of signings as provided to Colorado Community Media: Arapahoe: Desmond Pineda, baseball, … more
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