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Young wrestlers are often a source for the success of high school wrestling programs — young meaning grapplers between the ages of 5 and 14 years old. “In order to have a very successful, a high school needs a successful junior program as the … more
The cast has changed for the Rock Canyon girls basketball team. Offensive stalwarts Lexy Thorderson, Kendall Koslosky, Erin McClarie and Morgan Roos graduated, which means this season’s starting 5-foot-6 senior guards Kendall Smith and Delaney … more
There are two new boys basketball coaches in town that will bring a fresh outlook to Castle View and Douglas County high schools. Patrick Simpson is the new basketball boss at Castle View and takes over a program that compiled a 29-52 record over … more
DC Dolphins’ Director of Baseball Academy Meagan Lang’s idea to hold an MVP Challenger League game for youth athletes with physical and developmental challenge as the season opener grew to an event with 14 participating athletes and more than … more
Castle View’s baseball team took their swings April 1 at the hitter’s paradise known as Coors Field in downtown Denver. However, it didn’t help boost the Sabercats’ confidence as Castle View collected just two hits in a 6-3 non-league … more
ThunderRidge’s boys finished second and the girls fourth at the April 4 Mountain Range Invitational track and field meet. Castle View’s girls captured third and its boys fourth at the meet in Westminster. The ThunderRidge boys had an … more
A quick history lesson: Basketball centers used to rule in the paint. Decades ago, thoughts of tall players operating anywhere but inside the paint would have seemed outrageous. Today, it's somewhat unusual to see a big player primarily … more
Castle View set a school record Feb. 25 with a state playoff win, but the Sabercats' 5A playoff tournament and season ended when they lost to Overland, 71-50. “I am really proud of how we played in the first half,” Castle View Coach Patrick … more
Luke Bowe was used to glancing at the scoreboard to see Douglas County facing a deficit. So when Westminster grabbed a 25-point lead with 4:07 remaining in the third quarter of the Jan. 9 non-league game at Douglas County, he knew that the … more
It was a sign that led Kathy Alfino into becoming a triathlete and coach. “I was playing field hockey and I saw this sign, and I don't think it used the word triathlon,” she explained. “It was 1982. It said `Swim, bike, run.' I rode my bike … more
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