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SkyView Academy senior Ben Butler was motivated this season. Butler won the Class 3A individual cross-country championship for the second consecutive year and was tabbed as the Colorado Community Media South Metro Boys Cross-Country Runner of the … more
Allie Chipman is a talented runner whether on two healthy feet or one foot. Chipman, a sophomore at Mountain Vista, finished fourth at the Class 5A state meet despite being slowed by a painful heel injury. “Allie was dealing with some … more
Close to 1,000 runners braved the snow Thanksgiving morning for the 11th annual Turkey Rock Trot presented by Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. This year’s event, which was held at the Douglas County Events Center, was all about giving back. Runners … more
Valor Christian's football team is known as an offensive juggernaut, but the Eagles can also play good defense. Despite being outgained 288-233 in total offense, the Eagles' defense sparked a comeback as Valor Christian rallied for 14 … more
ThunderRidge was trailing 9-0 midway through the first quarter of the Class 5A quarterfinal game against Cherry Creek when it put on a well-executed drive to score a touchdown and cut the lead to two … more
Rod Sherman has created a Thanksgiving tradition. For the past seven years, Sherman, the former Valor Christian offensive coordinator and now the head coach, has gone to football practice before … more
Dylan Keeney, a senior from Heritage, and Ponderosa junior Parker Klein were named co-Players of the Year on the 2015 Continental League boys soccer All-League team. ThunderRidge’s Chris … more
Mountain Vista coach Doug Schaefer was named Coach of the Year on the 2015 Continental League volleyball team. There was a reason that Schaefer was honored, since only two Mountain Vista players … more
Colby Welch didn’t have to wrestle with many shots during the past high school golf season. The Valor Christian senior had an average season score of 68 and 66.75 in the Jefferson County 4A … more
It only took Mitchell Johnson one match this season for him to realize he would be OK as a No. 3 singles player. Johnson, a sophomore at Cherry Creek, won the No. 2 state doubles title as a … more
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