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Anybody wanting to talk about the value of senior leadership should talk with Legend girls basketball coach Eli Moore. Moore's Titans team if off to the best start in the seven-year history of the school and the main reason is seven seniors who … more
Sounds accompanying the battle on the ice included lusty cheers, the pop of pads and the crash of players checked into the boards on Jan 31 in the prep hockey game Mountain Vista outscored Cherry Creek, 4-1. “It was a tough game against a very … more
One might say that it was a “Lucky Seven” who were inducted into the Colorado Dugout Club’s Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. Yet, it is more than luck as the seven are definitely well known to the state’s baseball … more
Kelsey Ubben is among an increasingly rare breed of athlete. The Douglas County High School senior plays volleyball for the Huskies and for her club team, the Colorado Volleyball Association. She also is playing basketball this winter for her … more
It looked like a halftime tally on the scoreboard. Mountain Vista 44, Legend 38. It was actually the final score in the Continental League opener for both teams Jan. 16 in the Eagles Nest. The Golden Eagles, which came into the game … more
One might say that it was a ‘Lucky Seven’ who were inducted into the Colorado Dugout Club’s Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2015. Yet, it is more than luck as the seven are definitely well known to the state’s baseball … more
Chaparral heavyweight Dane Drimmer is legally blind but wants to take the final step in the Class 5A state wrestling tournament next month. Drimmer, who has a hereditary vision disorder, finished third as a sophomore in the 2013 state tournament … more
After close, frustrating losses, many basketball coaches keep their players in the dressing room for a while to presumably review the game. But not Ponderosa coach Mike Gibbs. He dismissed his boys team just a couple minutes after they had … more
December is the time of the high school season when basketball teams create an identity for themselves and tune up for league play. Several South Metro boys and girls teams headed south to play in pre-Christmas holiday basketball … more
It was a sign that led Kathy Alfino into becoming a triathlete and coach. “I was playing field hockey and I saw this sign, and I don't think it used the word triathlon,” she explained. “It was 1982. It said `Swim, bike, run.' I rode my bike … more
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