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Fort Lupton athlete has earned 10 letters, wants four more

There’s something about athletics that appeals to Fort Lupton High School’s Rylee Balcazar. She’s won 10 varsity letters through her three years of high school: three letters … more

PHOTOS: Frontier League soccer all-stars

Three of the area's schools, Fort Lupton, Arvada and Englewood, sent players to an all-star game in Frontier League soccer last week. more

Stutzman finally wins her state titles in record-setting fashion

Pomona senior Emma Stutzman still had enough energy for a victorious scream after running the Class 5A girls 3,200-meter run in a time of 10 minutes, 12.68 seconds May 19 at Jeffco Stadium. more

Boys basketball: Frederick’s Aldana makes his college choice

The search for his next chapter is over for Frederick’s Matias Aldana. The choice is in: the senior basketball player will move on to Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. more

Wrestling: Fort Lupton’s Alvarado moves west to Mesa State

A lot of factors prompted Fort Lupton’s Will Alvarado to choose Mesa State University in Grand Junction as his next academic and athletic stop. more

Golden Eagles Broadcast Network named best in state

When it comes to broadcast sports coverage at the high school level, Frederick High School’s Golden Eagles Broadcast Network (GEBN) sets the bar in the state. more

Stargate swim stars sign to college heavyweights

A pair of stellar swimmers from Stargate Charter School in Thornton have found their new homes, and are eager to take their skills to the collegiate level this fall. The duo celebrated their signing days on May 10 in the Eagles’ field house. more

Pomona’s Emma Stutzman ready to make her final run

LAKEWOOD — Pomona senior Emma Stutzman won her final regular-season race May 6 at Jeffco Stadium. more

Gonzalez chooses one sport and heavily leans toward one school

Fort Lupton’s Jonathan Gonzalez knows that between football and soccer – he played both for the Bluedevils in the fall – that he’d rather stick with soccer. more

Football player from Arvada visits White House, gets invited to NFL minicamp

Brad Roberts had no idea that after he visited the White House, he would be invited to the Washington Commanders minicamp the next day. It all began for the Air Force Academy running back and Ralston Valley High School alum on April 28. more

A day of baseball to honor Englewood legend Harry Wise

Following a doubleheader at the stadium named for him, Englewood High School baseball legend Harry Wise will be honored with a celebration of life ceremony. more

Standout golfer at Valor Christian signs with University of Montana

For senior Elle Higgins, the grass is always greener when she’s on the fairway. It has treated her well at Valor Christian High School and now provides a unique opportunity to shine in college. Last month, she narrowed down her options, and chose the University of Montana as her new home. more

Ralston Valley leads Adapted Athletics Softball Day for Jeffco

Jeffco Public Schools' Adapted Athletics program held its Softball Day for the south-area schools on April 18 at the Gold Crown Field House in Lakewood. more

Warriors’ all-time leading scorer, Hill, ready for the next level

Hunter Hill has no shortage of individual accolades. But the Eagle Ridge Academy senior basketball player is still a team-first kind of guy. So much so, that he had no idea he was approaching the Warriors’ all-time leading scorer pedestal. One of his teammates had to tell him. more

Adams City’s Gutierrez earns wrestling spot at U.S. Open

Adams City’s Phoebe Gutierrez had quite the first season in girls wrestling this winter. She won a regional title. She finished second in the state tournament at 100 pounds and earned second-team, all-state recognition from the Colorado High School Activities Association and MaxPreps. There’s more: Gutierrez also earned a spot in the U.S. Open in Las Vegas later this month. more

Chatfield shuts out Bear Creek in 5A Jeffco girls soccer opener

It took a little longer than desired for Chatfield girls soccer to hit the back of the net on last week at Lakewood Memorial Field. more

Family tree in play for Arvada youth swimmer

The source of Boyd Rothman’s interest in swimming depends on who’s answering the question. “I don’t know. I just did,” said the 8-year-old Arvada resident. His … more

National award comes to Sampson, RVHS grad/swimmer

RICHMOND, Va.— Colorado Mesa University's Ben Sampson is this year’s College Swimming & Diving Coaches Association NCAA Division II Men's Swimmer of the … more

College wrestling: Gallegos claims title with late rally, pinfall

The road to the 116-pound title at the National Collegiate Women’s Wrestling Championships may not have been what former Skyview wrestler and Brighton High School student Jaslynn Gallegos … more

Boys basketball: Too much defense, too many turnovers end Warriors’ season

DENVER – Eagle Ridge Academy’s boys basketball team ran into a buzzsaw in the semifinals of the state 4A boys basketball tournament March 9. Holy Family used pressure defense, which … more
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