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Sprout, Stewart, Arapahoe girls claim crowns

Cole Sprout, Riley Stewart and the Arapahoe girls team were the big winners Oct. 26 at the Class 5A state cross country meet at the Norris Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs. Sprout, a Valor …
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Jim Benton
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Lutheran softball plans spur talk about player’s fate

Lutheran has announced it will have a varsity girls softball team that will compete next fall, and the move has led to discussions about next season’s playing status — mostly of one particular …
Littleton senior Addie Bouck.

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Volleyball player rarely lets up

Addie Bouck, a senior at Littleton High School, is a busy young woman who is adept with time management. It takes a minute or so for her to list all the activities and clubs in which she …
Jim Benton
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In the long run, talent rises to top

I admire cross country runners, because frankly, it doesn’t look like much fun. The better runners finish and hardly look out of breath, while I have to pause after running or jogging to the car. …
Junior Morgan Schilling of Regis Jesuit returns a backhand shot during the No. 1 singles finals at the Colorado State High School Boys Tennis Championships on Oct. 19 at the Gates Tennis Center. Schilling, a runner-up last season, lost the first two games but won the state title with a 6-4, 6-3 win over Fairview's Luke Silverman which helped Regis capture the state title.

Junior propels Regis Jesuit to state tennis title

Morgan Schilling, a junior at Regis Jesuit, accomplished two things on Oct. 19 during the finals of the boys Class 5A state tennis championships at the Gates Tennis Center. First, Schilling won the …

Cherry Creek junior defensive tackle Gus Zilinskas.

Student-Athlete Spotlight: He puts in serious hours

Gus Zilinskas says there is a lot of technique involved in being a good defensive lineman. Zilinskas is a 6-foot-3, 255-pound junior defensive tackle for the Cherry Creek football team. “Playing on …
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New coach aims to reverse team’s trend

I recall talking with former Douglas County football coach Gene Hill after a couple games and he would always say his team needed to learn how to win. Well, it’s early, but at least the Huskies …
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