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A quick history lesson: Basketball centers used to rule in the paint. Decades ago, thoughts of tall players operating anywhere but inside the paint would have seemed outrageous. Today, it's somewhat unusual to see a big player primarily … more
During Valor Christian's five-year championship football run, it has been the Eagles' offense that has drawn most of the attention. However, on Nov. 22 at Legacy Stadium in Aurora, it was Valor's … more
Young wrestlers are often a source for the success of high school wrestling programs — young meaning grapplers between the ages of 5 and 14 years old. “In order to have a very successful, a high school needs a successful junior program as the … more
After coaching her last volleyball match Nov. 8 at the state tournament, T.R. Ellis is looking forward to the challenges of retirement. Ellis coached 36 seasons starting in Texas and continuing at Olathe, Douglas County and Chaparral. She told … more
Cameron Bell, Coriane Dyke and Audrey Weiss are frequent fliers. All three are young elite soccer players who frequently travel to national training camps or tournaments with their club teams. Bell, Dyke and Weiss were in Phoenix Nov. 14-16 … more
Denver Broncos linebacker Nate Irving will host a holiday toy drive and meet-and-greet at the Parker Chick-fil-A, 9335 Crown Crest Blvd., from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 18. The toy drive will benefit … more
Tears were shed and hugs were shared after the Ponderosa volleyball team lost its bid for the Class 4A volleyball title to defending champion, Lewis-Palmer, 3-1. After a few minutes to share their feelings with each other, the players put on … more
Lutheran had chances to possibly knockout Palisade and seal a victory but it was the Bulldogs that came up with a rope-a-dope. Palisade scored two touchdowns in a 47-second span in the fourth quarter just when it seemed the team was down and out … more
Jim Engels can't help but wonder what it would be like to coach his Ponderosa soccer team in the final match of the season at Dick's Sporting Goods Park. more
Coach Rod Dobbs acknowledged that Chaparral took steps toward regaining football prominence this season despite bowing out in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs by way of a lopsided 49-18 loss to Cherry Creek Oct. 31 at the Stutter Bowl. more
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