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The Highlands Ranch boys basketball team appears ready to begin Continental League play. The Falcons improved their record to 7-5 and looked sharp in polishing off Abraham Lincoln, 68-52 ... more
More than 20 schools from the Denver area are showing their support for the late Claire Davis and Arapahoe High School in the wake of the December school shooting. The Warrior Rumble Volleyball Tournament, a co-ed event meant to raise money for the Claire Davis Fund, will go from 1 to 5 p.m. Jan. 18 at Chaparral High School, 15655 Brookstone Dr. There will be donation buckets at the event and cash as well as checks made out to the Claire Davis Fund will be accepted. more
In the stalls and aisles of the paddock, trainers and owners smoothed out saddle blankets and tightened cinches preparing to take part in the final sessions of the Pre Denver Quarter Horse Show at the National Western Stock Show Events Center. more
Becky Mudd’s Rock Canyon squad granted the coach’s wish for a win to start out 2014, as the Jaguars outscored Denver East, 60-53, in non-league girls basketball action on Jan. 4 “We were playing well before the break and need to play well … more
Alex Kozan competed for a starting job on the Auburn offensive line as a true freshman a year ago but reckoned he wasn't physically ready. more
Watching Christian McCaffrey play football reminds many people of the lyrics to the song, Mr. Touchdown USA. As Hugo Winterhalter’s tune says, “give him the ball and just look at him go.” McCaffrey, the Valor Christian running back who … more
Every time Jonathan Barnes pulls down a rebound or wheels toward the basket his potential surfaces. Barnes is the 6-foot-11 senior captain on the Ponderosa basketball team but he's a neophyte on … more
Arapahoe High School’s boys basketball team, with help from others, is taking steps to get back to normal. A week after Karl Pierson walked into Arapahoe High with a shotgun and fatally wounded 17-year-old senior Claire Davis before killing … more
Any author seeking for a prototype for his or her next spy fiction novel should have watched Tyler Seno on the football field. Seno, the middle linebacker for the ThunderRidge football team, was a good spy following fleet-footed opposing quarterbacks and running backs. more
Castle View’s girls basketball team has packed its composure for its trip to the Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix. The Sabercats will be playing national competition Dec. 19, 20 and 21 and coach Matt Hema hopes his team continues to … more
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