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With 2016 soon to arrive, it seems time to offer just a few of many wishes for Colorado high school athletics heading into the New Year. My first wish is for the Colorado High School Activities Association Legislative Committee to reconsider the … more
The Pirates were at home Jan. 26, and they played a strong game at both ends of the court early. But Fort Morgan took control of the tempo with its fast-paced attack and aggressive defense, eventually notching a 73-43 win. Key … more
Boys high school basketball teams are off for the holiday break, and state tournament playoff games are nine weeks away. However, south metro teams have been priming themselves for league and possible postseason action by playing in local and … more
Many area high school athletes signed letters of intent to play their respective sports at the college level Feb. 3. The following is a list of those athletes provided to Colorado Community Media. Arapahoe Garrett Connor, baseball, McPherson … more
The Englewood-Skyview girls basketball game was up for grabs going into the final quarter of the Feb. 9 matchup. An abundance of foul calls against the Pirates sent the Wolverines to the free-throw line, where they hit their shots to provide the … more
Sheridan showed why the Rams wrestling team is ranked third in the state in Class 3A as they took sixth place in the 23-team field at their annual invitational tournament. “We have the strongest team we have had in a while,” Rams coach Frank … 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
Maurice “Stringy” Ervin, who never cut a swimmer during his more than 30 years as coach at Littleton High School, told a poignant story during his recent induction into the Colorado High School Activities Association Hall of Fame. Ervin … 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
Rock Canyon quarterbacks coach Tom Tesone went back to his old stomping grounds Nov. 6 when the Jaguars faced Cherry Creek in a Class 5A opening-round playoff game. Tesone, son of legendary Cherry Creek coach Fred Tesone, was an all-state … more
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