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Injured Castle View wrestler Joe Hunsaker, who is facing possible paralysis, was scheduled to be moved to Craig Hospital on Feb. 10 to begin neuro-rehabilitation. Hunsaker, a 195-pound senior who … more
Watching Christian McCaffrey play football reminds many people of the lyrics to the song, Mr. Touchdown USA. As Hugo Winterhalter’s tune says, “give him the ball and just look at him go.” McCaffrey, the Valor Christian running back who … more
Alex Kozan competed for a starting job on the Auburn offensive line as a true freshman a year ago but reckoned he wasn't physically ready. more
Mikaela Shiffrin was presented with yet another honor because of her fabulous skiing career. Yet this one was earned before she even won her Gold Medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Shiffrin was named March 9 as the 2013 Athlete … more
When the late Mayford Peery gave the Access Fund the cliff lines of North Table Mountain, he did so in the hope that hikers would forever be able to enjoy the beauty and camaraderie he had found on the plateau. Peery, who passed away in 2009 at … more
Valor Christian’s players held up one hand as they gathered near the goalposts under the Sports Authority Field scoreboard. It was the Eagles’ adaptation of a high five. Valor won its fifth consecutive Colorado state football championship … more
Holy Family boys basketball won its eighth consecutive game Jan. 3 defeating Eaton 68-30 at Holy Family High School. The Tigers have beaten seven out of eight opponents by 30 points or more. The … more
- Slowly but surely Golden coach Shea Scarlett’s plan is coming together. The first year head coach and his team got off to a rocky start to the season losing their first three games. But since that point the Demons have turned into a … more
Brendan Till was happy to see the familiar surroundings of the Sitting Eagle gym and made sure the Arapahoe boys basketball team had a successful homecoming. Till scored a game-high 26 points, … more
- Girl power invaded the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament over the weekend at the Pepsi Center. History was made when Denver East junior Maya Nelson became the first female to qualify for the 5A state wrestling tournament. But … more
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