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It was somewhat of a disappointing day for Valor Christian's Coby Welch in last week's Class 4A state golf tournament. But only somewhat. Valor Christian was a dominating team winner over the two … more
Chase Clark has been a traveling man. He could be a geography teacher, but he’s the new Ponderosa boys lacrosse coach. Clark, who attended Arapahoe and Cherry Creek, went to college and played lacrosse at CCB Catonsville (Baltimore), … more
Douglas County coach Brian Stebbins, who had undergone microfracture surgery, was on crutches as he went to the mound for a pitching change in the top of the second inning of the Sept. 30 Continental League game against visiting … more
Allie Chipman crossed the finish line 26 seconds ahead of the field in the girls varsity race at the Castle View Sabercat Invitational cross-country meet Oct. 3 at Polson Ranch in Sedalia. That gave the Mountain Vista sophomore time to recover … more
Devin Asbury set out to compete in the Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race once. His goal was to complete the course in under nine hours. He did that in 2014 with a time of eight hours and 30 minutes. After the race, he said he wouldn't do it … more
Valor Christian assistant softball coach Tony Lopez is looking good patrolling the first-base coaching box while encouraging base runners and batters. It was a little over a year ago when Lopez had a heart attack while teams from Valor and Wheat … more
Smart golf could be the winning formula for individuals and teams competing in the upcoming Colorado state high school boys golf tournaments. The three state tournaments will be held Oct. 5-6 with Class 5A golfers playing at the tree-lined Fort … more
Senior Josh Boatright collapsed during a Legend High School preseason workout in July. He recovered, and following a team meeting, approached Titans athletic trainer Piper Thompson because his heart was still beating fast. Thompson suspected … more
If it hadn’t been for an athletic trainer, Josh Boatright would most likely be dead. But thanks to Piper Thompson’s knowledge and gut instinct, the Legend High School senior saw a doctor who diagnosed a heart condition corrected by … more
Those hard-to-forget, duck-and-cover drills were used decades ago in schools to teach youngsters to burrow under something as protection against a nuclear explosion. Englewood volleyball coach Kristal Kostiew didn’t get a chance to duck — … more
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