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With the Englewood Parks and Recreation Department's youth sports program coming to an end this August, about 35 people came together recently to brainstorm ways to keep recreational youth sports a viable option for area youth. Representatives of … more
Dylan Gabel and Mitch Finesilver survived the 2013-14 season with targets on their backs. Gabel, a senior from Ponderosa, won the 170-pound state championship in 2013, while Finesilver, a senior at Cherry Creek was the state title at 120 … more
Determination is one of Annie Ochitwa’s biggest assets. The ThunderRidge junior recorded the state’s quickest times early in the season in both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle swims. Throughout the 12-week high school campaign no one in the … more
The Pirates battled hard through the entire girls basketball game against Elizabeth although the Cardinals were well ahead on the scoreboard and won, 66-27. “It was a tough night but they came out and played hard,” Englewood coach Thomas Rode … more
- Girl power invaded the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament over the weekend at the Pepsi Center. History was made when Denver East junior Maya Nelson became the first female to qualify for the 5A state wrestling tournament. But … more
The player's faces reflected their disappointment Feb. 14 after Englewood lost a hard-fought league girls basketball overtime battle to Vista Peak 45-42. “We didn't want this game to end this way but I am proud the girls didn't quit … more
The Englewood team scored 75 points and finished eighth in the nine-team Independent School League Girls Swimming and Diving Championships held Feb. 7 and 8 at Colorado College. It was the final dates on the Pirates 2013-14 swim team … more
Richard Nixon was in the White House when Bob McCaslin began calling balls and strikes as a softball official. “Sports have always been an important part of my life,” said the Englewood native, who grew up the oldest of five boys, playing … more
Englewood repeatedly closed the scoring gap but was unable to score the necessary points to win the Feb. 4 boys basketball game against Fort Lupton as the Blue Devils hit key shots in the closing minutes to win the game, 66-58. “Tonight's game … more
The Special Olympic athletes battled for rebounds and went to the floor to capture loose balls during the South Suburban-Southsiders Feb. 5 basketball game at Englewood High School. Both teams draw players who range in age from teens to … more
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