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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
Castle View sophomore Paige Joyce was yet to hit a home run in her high school softball career with the Sabercats. They won't get much bigger than her first. Down 2-0 in the fifth inning against Douglas County on Sept. 12, the first baseman … 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
Not even being named king could have made the night any sweeter for Castle View's Parker Strahler. Strahler, who scored three touchdowns and kicked a field goal for the Sabercats in their 31-14 homecoming win and then sprinted out of the locker … 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
Oohs and aahs echoed each time a gymnast hit an outstanding vault or completed an exceptional floor exercise routine during the Sept. 27 Cherry Creek Invitational. Watching the meet required attention and focus because a girls gymnastics meet … more
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