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Photo gallery girls basketball: Arapahoe turns back Mullen

Arapahoe's girls basketball team beat Mullen 66-37 on the Warriors' floor Feb. 3. No stats were available for either team. The Warriors began the week with a mark of 11-6, 4-2 in the class 6A … more

Softball: Fort Lupton's Mendoza signs on with Sterling College

Like a lot of high-school seniors, Fort Lupton's Rozzie Mendoza wants to get out on her own, which is one reason she signed a letter of intent to play softball and study at Sterling, Kan., College. … more

Softball: Fort Lupton's Gonzales chooses Garden City CC

Fort Lupton’s Sammy Gonzales put pen to paper Feb. 1 and signed a letter of intent to play softball and study at Garden City, Kan., Community College. The reason was pretty … more

Frederick’s Zamudio picks baseball at Colorado Mines for next ventures

Talk about choices for a new college. Frederick’s Cruz Zamudio was accepted into the California Institute of Technology and earned a deferred acceptance to the Massachusetts Institute of … more

Wrestling: Fort Lupton sophomore finds motivation in team, family

For many kids, finding the right motivation to continue practicing a sport can be a challenge. Such was the case for Uriel “Cookie” Leon. Last year, he was not sure to continue his … more

Girls wrestling: Arvada’s Allen fights through more than opponents

To watch Arvada High School’s Elisha Allen compete in girls wrestling, it would be hard to see that the road to a potential college wrestling future wasn’t evenly paved. more

Legacy’s Bynarowicz heads for Gunnison for football

The rest of Ryan Bynarowicz’s time at Legacy High School won’t involve a search for a college so he can continue playing football. Bynarowicz took care of that issue by signing his … more

Photo gallery: Skyview's Ibarra atop the heap at 150 pounds in class 3A

One of the wrestlers who figures to make some noise at the upcoming state 3A wrestling tournament is Skyview's Isaac Ibarra. Through Feb. 1, Ibarra, a senior 150-pounder, won 39 of 40 matches this … more

Photo gallery: Brighton tops Adams City in girls wrestling

Brighton turned back Adams City 51-23 in a dual meet Feb. 1 in the Eagles' gym. Contested-match winners for BHS were Isabella Smouse (105 pounds), Abri Renteria (125) and Piper Simard (130). The … more

Frederick’s Purcell commits to Wyoming

The combination of schooling, football and family ties at the University of Wyoming was too much for Frederick’s Lafai Purcell to ignore. He announced his commitment on Twitter, and he'll sign … more

Wrestling: Legacy's Funk, Northglenn's Escalera Jr. win Front Range League titles

Legacy's Quinn Funk took a league title  at 190 pounds at the Front Range League wrestling tournament Jan. 28 at Prairie View High School. He won all four of his matches by pinfall. Ryan … more

Boys basketball photo gallery: Cherokee Trail edges Arapahoe

Cherokee Trail rallied in the second half to just get past Arapahoe 69-65 in a Centennial League game on the Warriors' floor Jan. 27. No stats were available for the Cougars.  Miles … more

Wrestling: Brighton High School captures Front Range League tournament crown

Brighton High School beat out Poudre High School for the team championship at this year's Front Range League tournament, contested at Prairie View High School Jan. 28. The host ThunderHawks finished … more

Girls basketball: Frederick wins Longs Peak League contest over Fort Morgan

Frederick beat Fort Morgan 81-3 in a Longs Peak League contest Jan. 26 in Frederick. Savanna Staff led the Golden Eagles with 39 points. Gabby Jima was next with 10, and Kaylee Gardner came off … more

Boys basketball: Frederick stays undefeated after win over Fort Morgan

In times when it’s difficult to find unanimity on much of anything, the Frederick High School boys basketball team agrees on this. Improved defense will be a key to the Golden Eagles’ … more

Photo gallery: Girls basketball: Poudre rallies, downs Brighton

Poudre rallieed from a seven-point halftime deficit to beat Brighton 35-31 on the Bulldogs' floor Jan. 24. BHS scored 23 points in the first half, but the Impalas' defense held the Bulldogs to … more

CHSAA says goodbye to two departed administrators

DENVER – The Colorado High School Activities Association had to take care of some sad business before its legislative council meeting Jan. 24. It said goodbye to a pair of administrators, … more

High-school officials’ fees to increase

The long, sought-after pay increases for high-school game officials are officially in play. The Colorado High School Activities Association’s legislative council, which makes CHSAA’s … more

CHSAA approves slight change to Sunday contact rules

DENVER – The Colorado High School Activities Association changed the rules for Sunday contact between coaches and student-athletes Jan. 24. The association’s legislative council, the … more
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