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A quick history lesson: Basketball centers used to rule in the paint. Decades ago, thoughts of tall players operating anywhere but inside the paint would have seemed outrageous. Today, it's somewhat unusual to see a big player primarily … more
It was a Jekyll and Hyde type of night when Englewood met Skyview in the Feb. 10 league boys basketball game. Things went well for the Pirates in the first quarter, but Englewood's thin roster showed up as Skyview took control and won the game, … more
Kevin Mahler, Englewood's only entry in the Warrior Invitational Wrestling Tournament, came back from an early loss to finish sixth in the 182-pound weight class. “I spent a lot of time in the weight room during the off season so I am a lot … more
Senior Dominique Daughtry and her Englewood High School teammates were out of rhythm in the opening half of their season-opening game against Denver West. The slow start Dec. 2 didn't match the pace of play on the court. Both teams pushed the tempo … more
Contrary to an earlier report, the 2015 Englewood boys lacrosse team isn't the school's first to win a conference lacrosse title. Englewood won the Rocky Mountain High School Lacrosse Association's Division II Central Conference championship in … more
Things didn't go well on March 30 for the Englewood lacrosse team as they lost to Summit, 20-2. “We came out flat and never played the quality lacrosse we did in earlier games this season,” Pirates coach Mark Thomas said after the game. “We … more
A scoring run in the closing minutes provided the margin of victory as Englewood edged Skyview 46-42 in league girls basketball action on Jan. 16. “The girls played hard,” Pirates coach Thomas Rode said after the game. “Even when they got … more
The large home crowd had little to cheer about Dec. 9 as Kennedy rolled to a 62-33 victory over Englewood in non-league boys basketball action. “We didn't play well early,” Pirates Coach Dave Tucker said after the game. “For example, we … more
Creek coach Dave Logan saw six months pass in front of his face as he watched his team win the Class 5A state football championship. Cherry Creek, which appeared ready to take control of the game … more
The crack of a bat and the pop of a ball hitting a glove echoed off the walls as the late February snow forced the Englewood baseball team to practice in the field house. Pirate players warmed up together Feb. 26 before breaking into groups for … more
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