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Kaycie Young grew up watching some of the best one-two touch soccer players and molded herself into one. Young, a Rock Canyon senior, is the Colorado Community Media Girls Soccer Player of the Year. She is headed to the University of Portland … more
Highlands Ranch graduating senior Nathan Mueller worked all season to make sure he was ready to meet all the challenges and challengers in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races at the Class 5A Boys Colorado State Swimming Championships. “Nathan … more
Jack Griffin looks like a typical junior at Ponderosa High School. On the lacrosse field, he plays like a creature from Greek mythology, at least according to the announcers of one particular opponent. During Ponderosa's semifinal game against … more
Cyclists surrounded Scot Harris on a warm morning at the Douglas County Fairgrounds in Castle Rock. The music was loud and the winds that regularly pound the area were light. Harris, the director of the Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, … more
Anna Kennedy may be a soccer player for Legend High School but she proved that she could do more than one thing well in the spring and play some good golf, too. Kennedy, a junior, fashioned the lowest final round score with a 2-over par 74 during … more
Douglas County High’s Ron Kingery was named the 2013 Continental League girls soccer Coach of the Year and Rock Canyon’s Kaycie Young was tabbed as the Player of the Year. Douglas County tied for fourth in the league with a 6-4-1 record and … more
Arapahoe’s team lined up for a picture after the girls state tennis tournament at the Gates Tennis and held up a sign that proclaimed `Tate the Great.’ Tate is Tate Schroeder. She is the Arapahoe sophomore who won the Class 5A No. 1 … more
For the 27th year, the Subaru Elephant Rock Ride will unofficially kick off the start of cycling season on the Front Range. The June 1 event in Castle Rock offers 100-, 62- and 32-mile rides, along with a 27-mile fat tire ride, and an eight-mile … more
Hennessey Stuart of Regis Jesuit High School was selected as the most valuable swimmer in the May 16-17 Class 5A state swimming and diving meet at the Veteran's Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. While helping to lead Regis to its … more
As the only unbeaten team thus far in the Class 5A double elimination tournament, Rocky Mountain is assured of still being in state title contention May 24 even if they stumble May 23 against Cherry Creek. Creek will face the Lobos in a noon … more
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