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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
As wrestling season enters the home stretch, Pirates coach Jim Potter is working to get his athletes eligible and, hopefully, ready to win some matches at regionals. This year, for the first time, Englewood is in the 17-team northern Class 4A … more
Heated, hard-fought battles marked 10 mat matches at the Jan. 30 Heritage-Rock Canyon wrestling dual. The Eagles won the match, 47-24. The Eagles’ score included the points from four forfeits, but it was an evenly-matched battle in the each of … more
After news broke that Mountain Vista basketball player Bailey Roby may have made his last court appearance on Jan. 24, CHSAA said it will let the senior — who wears two prosthetic legs — play with certain conditions. The story, originally … more
The Jan. 24 Englewood-Skyview boys basketball game put two evenly matched teams on the court but the Wolverines' run in the closing minutes earned them a 50-45 win. “This was a tough game and one I thought we could win,” Pirates coach Dave … more
Englewood faces the challenge of tough opponents at each wrestling match plus the team faces the numbers challenge. “We have a small roster to start with and are not able to fill every weight,” Pirates coach Jim Potter said during the Jan. 23 … more
About 100 classmates, friends and family gathered Jan. 27 for a short ceremony as Englewood High School seniors Kadie Kavinsky and Elijah Daughtry signed letters of intent to play soccer for Midland University in Fremont, Neb. “We don't have a … more
Parents, representatives of the school district, city recreation department and organizations voiced opinions and talked about how to make sure youth sports programs remain available for Englewood children when city programs cease. Jerrell Black, … more
After scoring just one point in the first quarter, Englewood fought a tough, uphill- battle, came close to taking the lead, but lost the Jan. 16 girls basketball game to Denver West, 40-33. “Tonight is like the story of our season,” Pirates … more
More than 20 schools from the Denver area are showing their support for the late Claire Davis and Arapahoe High School in the wake of the December school shooting. The Warrior Rumble Volleyball Tournament, a co-ed event meant to raise money for the Claire Davis Fund, will go from 1 to 5 p.m. Jan. 18 at Chaparral High School, 15655 Brookstone Dr. There will be donation buckets at the event and cash as well as checks made out to the Claire Davis Fund will be accepted. more
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