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Heritage and Mountain Vista swimmers churned up the waters Dec. 17 during a girls swimming and diving dual at Heritage High School pool. The battle for first-place honors was heated as Heritage won seven events and Mountain Vista took top honors … more
Any author seeking for a prototype for his or her next spy fiction novel should have watched Tyler Seno on the football field. Seno, the middle linebacker for the ThunderRidge football team, was a good spy following fleet-footed opposing quarterbacks and running backs. more
Cheers and pep band music rocked the walls of Englewood’s new north gymnasium when several hundred fans ignored the snow and cold Dec. 4 to fill the stands as the Englewood High School girls basketball team faced Alameda in the first varsity game … more
Englewood wrestling coach Jim Potter pointed to the fact that he has a young team as the reason he took only five kids to the Dec. 7 Arapahoe Warrior Invitational, while the remainder of his team traveled to a JV tournament at Fairview on … more
Cherry Creek amassed the points needed to edge rival Arapahoe and 11 other schools, earning the team title at the Dec. 7 Warrior Invitational Tournament. The Bruins and Warriors are traditional rivals and battled it out again this year for the … more
Coach Dave Chapman said the returning lettermen should anchor this year’s improved Englewood High School boys basketball team. “We were a young team last year with only three seniors on the roster. The seniors graduated in June and now, … more
Valor Christian’s players held up one hand as they gathered near the goalposts under the Sports Authority Field scoreboard. It was the Eagles’ adaptation of a high five. Valor won its fifth consecutive Colorado state football championship … more
The outcome of many basketball games is decided from 15 feet away from the basket. “Free-throw shooting is one of the most important things in winning a basketball game,” said Valor Christian senior Garrett Baggett, who made 82 percent of his … more
Whitney Krantz feels comfortable any place on a volleyball court. Krantz can play in the front row or the back row. Her versatility is one of the reasons the 6-foot Arapahoe High School senior was selected as the Colorado Community Media South … more
It was at first labeled a gimmick, but the 3-point shot became an equalizer in basketball that more and more teams are using as an every-game strategy. Mountain Vista’s girls are one of those teams that rely on the 3-pointer. “That’s … more
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