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Tennis tourney sets seedings for state

Jackson Scott played his type of tennis on Sept. 17 in the finals of the Region 5 boys tennis tournament at the Heritage High School tennis courts. Scott, Heritage's No. 3 singles player, recorded a …
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Rock Canyon’s Sydney Boulaphinh (14) watches as second baseman Annika Sprague (12) throws to first base in the third inning of the Sept. 2 softball game between the top-ranked Jaguars and Highlands Ranch. Rock Canyon won the game, 12-0.

Lopsided game against Highlands Ranch gives top team Rock Canyon a break

Rock Canyon’s softball team is no stranger to being the No. 1 team in the state. The Jaguars were top-ranked last season and went into the state tournament as the top-seeded team but lost 6-3 to …
Valor Christian's Taylor Whitfield, shown on the right, won the girls race on Aug. 28 at the Vista Nation XC Two-Mile Invitational meet with a time of 11:27.

Long course is early season cross-country challenge

Harrison Witt was zealous after winning the boys race at the Vista Nation XC Two-Mile Invitational meet on Aug. 28, while girls winner Taylor Whitfield was more reserved after her victory. Witt, a …
Heritage tennis player Chase Walters.

Tennis is escape for top singles player at Littleton's Heritage High

For Chase Walters, tennis was a way for him to get through a rough time in his life. Walters is a senior and the No. 1 singles player at Littleton’s Heritage High School. His mother, Laurie, was …
ThunderRidge's Natalie Hughes slides in the second base with a stolen base as Mountain Vista second baseman Kendall Wright covers. Mountain Vista scored in the bottom of the seventh inning to escape with an 8-7 win in the game.

Hard-fought softball game between Highlands Ranch rivals shows determination

Valerie Warszawski was in Buffalo, New York, two weeks earlier but on Aug. 19 she was playing for Mountain Vista High School for its season-opening home softball game against Continental League rival …

Cyclists take off at the start of one race during the 2020 Colorado Junior Cup in Castle Rock.

Cycling event survives with move to Castle Rock

Dave Muscianisi did not know if he would be able to put on the Colorado Junior Cup in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The three-year-old youth cycling competition is typically held in Bailey after …
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