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Caela McCartney, a sophomore at Ralston Valley, plays the mellophone in the marching band and is a black belt in taekwondo. And she’s one of the Jefferson County League’s leading lacrosse goalies — after only playing in goal for nine … more
Athletes from across the south metro area signed letters of intent to play sports at the college level on April 13. The following is a partial list of signings as provided to Colorado Community Media: Arapahoe: Desmond Pineda, baseball, … more
Monte Thelen planned to step away from football when he announced his retirement as Cherokee Trail football coach last November. But it took only a few months for the 55-year-old veteran coach to reconsider. After taking a call from Legend … more
Englewood took control of the tempo of play from the opening faceoff and mounted attack after attack, scoring early and often as the Pirates raised their season record to 3-0 with a 14-4 nonleague lacrosse victory over Gateway on April 6. Key … more
Englewood played host April 2 to the 10-team Windjammer Invitational track meet, and its girls and boys teams fared well, with the girls scoring 75 points to finish third and the boys team tallying 86 points to finish fourth. “We have more kids … more
Regis took control early in the March 23 against Cherry Creek and led 7-1 after the top of the fourth inning. But the Bruins made it a close game and trailed 7-6 going into the top of the seventh inning. Then Regis exploited walks, defensive … more
Milan Hejduk sits in the ceremony room at the Department of Homeland Security at 12484 East Weaver Place, Centennial, awaiting his turn to become a United States citizen. The former right winger wears an expression of anxious anticipation, a look … more
Spring break used to be just that, a break. It was a couple days off from homework assignments, a time to watch a movie, not think about any class projects that might be pending and get a few days off from baseball practice. These days, … more
Coaches and managers at all levels of baseball — from Little League to the major leagues — have become concerned about the overuse of pitchers’ arms. The number of pitches thrown, or the pitch count, is monitored closely in the hope of … more
Pete Sampras, the former world No. 1 tennis player, was revered for his accurate and winning serves. He once said a tennis player is only as good as his or her second serve. There is no argument against the importance of second serves by area … more
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