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3 days ago
The Battle of the Rock rivalry in Castle Rock was renewed last week when Douglas County High School took on Castle View.
While Douglas County started out strong, it was Castle View that finished …
The momentum swung back-and-forth Monday on the softball diamond at Dave Sanders Memorial Field.
A pitchers’ duel between seniors — Karlie Cooledge (Chatfield) and Liz Phillips …
5 days ago
nearly 90 minutes Thursday night, but the Chargers didn’t short circuit once things got going.
In fact, Chatfield put up 9 points in the opening 94 seconds to give the Chargers an early jolt on the way to a 38-14 victory over the Grizzlies.
Wednesday, September 6
The baseball dugout at Elizabeth High School is filled with the sounds of girls discussing stinky cleats, no-show socks and misshapen mouthguards. They’re filled with excitement and optimism. They aren’t there to play baseball; they’re part of the new EHS girls’ flag football team. What began as a group of about nine students has grown to 15.
Tuesday, September 5
On the first night of September, 2023, onlookers packed the LPS stadium with the colors of their teams and feuding chants, while the Arapahoe Warriors extended their winning streak by defeating the Heritage Eagles 28-7 in the decades-old rivalry game called the Battle for the Milk Jug.
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