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Craig Gienger, an assistant for the past seven seasons at Douglas County, has been named the Huskies' new head baseball coach. He takes over for Mark Roberts, who resigned after the 2015 season in which Douglas County went 13-7 and made an … more
At 5 feet and 80 pounds, Alexis Chan may be a small young lady, but she has proven she can play with the big-hitters in girls high school golf. Chan, a Rock Canyon sophomore, finished tied for third in the Class 5A state tournament, which was … more
Mountain Vista senior Megan Massey had her picture taken with teammate Mallory Pugh during the ceremony that honored Pugh as the Gatorade National Girls Soccer Player of the Year. So it was perhaps a little odd for Massey to be pulled aside and … more
More than 7,500 riders took part in the 2015 Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling festival June 7 in Castle Rock. Racers rode through Castle Rock and the Front Range on rides ranging from an eight-mile family ride to the 100-mile century haul. Riders … more
The sky may have had the lightning, but the evening of June 5, Casey Jones Park in Elizabeth definitely had the thunder. Fifty of the nation's top bull riders came to even scores with the annual … more
Cherry Creek senior Sam Coffman is the Colorado Community Media South Metro Boys Swimmer of the Year, but he could also be the Comeback Swimmer of the Year if there was such an award. Coffman didn’t swim last season after undergoing rotator … more
Runners at the Castle Rock Half Marathon were greeted with sunshine and a cool breeze May 30. The race included a five-mile family run and a “Rock Challenge,” which took runners up through Castle Rock’ s Rock Park in the shadow of the town’s … more
Casey Zhong paid more attention to what was happening on the court this season than what was happening off the court. Zhong, Mountain Vista’s standout sophomore, did well in her freshman season but admitted it was a learning … more
Running a newspaper 120 years ago was the kind of business that required varying degrees of verbosity -- depending mostly on how much advertisement the paper was able to sell. And it was true … more
Rock Canyon coach Tyler Munro knows there is no crying in baseball. "I told everyone if we ever lost again, they were going to bawl like babies," Munro said. "We had one guys step up every game … more
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