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Ex-BHS football coach ready for another run with Erie

DENVER -- Former Brighton High School football coach Jeff Giger couldn’t have asked for a better result in his new assignment as football coach at Erie High School. After three years with … more

Frederick's Zamudio bounces back in time for senior season(s)

Most high-school seniors don’t have to travel the road to 12th grade that Frederick’s Cruz Zamudio did. “I tore my labrum during football season and didn’t know it was torn … more

Krueger outlines goals as CHSAA commissioner

DENVER – Even though Colorado High School Activities Association Commissioner Mike Krueger admitted to feeling like he was “drinking water from a fire hose” early in his new job, he … more

Girls softball: Holy Family falls in season openers

Lutheran High School downed Holy Familly 8-1 Aug. 12 at Westfield Park in Westminster. It was the season-opener for both teams. more

Mountain Range HS scoreboard Sept. 25

Cross country ESTES PARK -- Here are Mountain Range's results from the Longs Peak Invitational Sept. 23: Girls 60. Addison Morrow, 24:49.7. 66. Mia Valdez, 25:09.9. 100. Josie Running Wolf, … more

Athletes’ eligibility comes under Re-8 board scrutiny

Eligibility issues at Fort Lupton High School caught some the attention from Weld Re-8 School District school board member Cody LeBlanc during a board workshop Aug. 11. LeBlanc said the district … more

Shivley, ex-Brighton HS athlete, headed to Regis’ Hall of Fame 

Before Denene (Jacovetta) Shivley became a technology teacher at Southeast Elementary School in Brighton, she was a self-admitted tomboy. “I was never into dolls,” she said. “My … more

Ravens ready to defend league softball title

Ray Garza has to wonder about the speed with which the Riverdale Ridge softball team’s fortunes changed. The first preseason workout included six potential players. “I remember … more

Gallegos, Brighton HS grad, Skyview wrestler, puts goals in place

Former Skyview High School wrestler and Brighton High School student Jaslynn Gallegos has plans – big plans – for her future. One of them is a national title in women’s wrestling … more

Holy Family HS scoreboard Sept. 25

Cross country DENVER -- Here are Holy Family's results from the Northfield Nighthawk Invitational Sept. 24: Girls 5. Anabella Descalzo, 20>54.2. 6. Adiah Stoll, 21:06 (season best). 11. … more

Frederick HS scoreboard Sept. 25

Cross country ESTES PARK -- Here are Frederick's results from the Longs Peak Invitational meet Sept. 23: Girls 33. Jessica Ellinger, 23:15.9. 82. Hailey Pollard, 25:46. 97. Kassidy Lear, … more

SLIDES: Horizon's all-heroes football game returns for sixth season

Fort Lupton caps off summer with volleyball tournament

Fort Lupton High School celebrated the approaching end of summer vacation Aug. 6 with its first 4x4 Reverse Co-ed tournament. Competitors – 40 in all -- ranged in age from 12 to 30, and teams … more

Eagle Ridge Academy’s Torres readies for potential college basketball shot

                It’s a hot summer day, almost too hot to even think of playing basketball at Colorado Park in … more

Brighton’s Muniz records another BJJ victory

                Brighton’s Danthony Muniz seems to have found his niche in … more

Ex-Riverdale Ridge baseball player, Pruitt, heads to Nebraska-Wesleyan

Former Riverdale Ridge High School baseball player Dakota Pruitt is packing his bags for his next collegiate stop, Nebraska-Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Neb. Pruitt played this spring at Otero … more

Ex-Brighton softball player Haug finds a new home

Ex-Brighton High School softball player Tori Haug is going to call Chadron (Neb.) State College home for the next two years. Haug played the last two seasons at Lake Land Community College in … more

Eagle Ridge Academy debuts new sport

The latest interscholastic team to join the Eagle Ridge Academy Warriors program is cross country. Damien Halverson, a native of Hesperia, Michigan, has been selected as the inaugural coach for … more

Adaptive athletes compete in Thornton games

Adaptive athletes from around the country competed in Thornton for a mid-July week in a range of sports from blind soccer and wheelchair tennis to swimming, track and field and target … more
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