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Teen sports phenoms can have a propensity to think about nothing besides going pro. Not John Lutaaya. He dreams of getting a college education. Tennis, he says, is simply the conduit to get him one. Lutaaya is thousands of miles from home, a … more
Kiowa's volleyball team entered new territory Nov. 13 and 14 as the Indians qualified for the state Class 2A championship tournament for the first time since the 1980s. The Indians won plenty of matches as they made their way to state, but then the … more
There seems to be many who beg to differ with the United States Soccer Federation’s restrictions on heading balls for youth players. Guidelines were announced for youth leagues to eliminate heading for players 10 years old and under. It was … more
Valor Christian's Ali Kilponen knew she had come up with another pitch to keep hitters off balance. So she worked hard to develop a changeup, and that helped the sophomore win 23 games and propelled the Eagles to their second straight Class 4A … more
Clara Larson has never received a grade lower than an A in high school. She ranks No. 1 in Douglas County's senior class in unweighted grade-point average. Obviously she was smart enough to realize she needed to start swinging at first-pitch … more
The walls of the Thornton High School gymnasium echoed with cheers and applause Nov. 7, the second day of the state gymnastics championship meet, when the Elizabeth squad accepted the second-place Class 4A team trophy. There were cheers later in the … 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
Elizabeth senior Cori Small placed 35 in the field of 187 runners, and the points she earned helped the Cardinals finish 12 among the 24 Class 4A girls team running at the Oct. 31 state cross-country meet in Colorado Springs. “It was very … more
Joe Hunsaker, the Castle View wrestler who was paralyzed in a wrestling match on Feb. 1, 2014, is a student at Oregon State and living independently. Hunsaker has regained a lot of function in his legs, arms and hands, according to his father, … more
This is a story about the hunter becoming the hunted. Westminster’s football team, which has been decent in recent years, is 8-0 this season and has a target on its collective back with other teams trying to knock off the Wolves. “It’s … more
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