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After being closed since Monday, August 18, the Incline reopened Friday, Dec. 5, about 11 a.m. with scores lined up to take a look at just what is involved in a $1,586,486 expenditure (and nearly … more
Tall and physical. Those two words could certainly be on calling cards when the Elizabeth Cardinals open their 2014-2015 basketball season against visiting Falcon on Dec. 7. And hopes are high for coach Mike Boss that they will be able to improve … more
The cold weather produced a chilly and freezing end to the football season for Simla. Simla, coached by Shane Zimmerman, was defeated by Caliche, 34-22, on Nov. 15 in their Class A, 8-Man, state semifinal game played in Iliff. And cold it was, as … more
More than 200 cheering fans, 13 basketball teams, and a cup of java on the line. That is what was on tap at the Elizabeth High School gym for the Hunter's Legacy Basketball Tournament on Nov. 11. The event, complete with the Elizabeth High School … more
Sue Snyder and her volleyball players at Simla knew that they were facing a huge challenge in their Class 2A classification in the state tournament held Nov. 7-8. The Cubs found themselves seeded No. 10 in the field of 12 teams playing at the Denver … more
It's Saturday afternoon on Nov. 1 and the parking lot around the Simla High School football field is starting to fill up. Cars are waived into the gravel and grass lot one by one. They roll down their windows as a woman wearing blue and yellow … more
Elizabeth definitely had a tough road trip Oct. 24 as the Cardinals were soundly whipped by Fort Morgan, 42-7. The Cardinals dropped to 5-4 with the loss in their Colorado 7 League encounter with the Mustangs, who improved to 7-2. Hopes are high … more
Elizabeth is going strong as the Cardinals rolled to their fifth win of the season against three defeats. They defeated visiting Skyview 41-21 on Oct. 17, and were gearing up to play Fort Morgan in a Colorado 7 League game on Oct. 24. It didn't … more
Elbert’s Ross Millard was only one yard short of a double-century mark as helped lead the Bulldogs to a decisive, 45-28 victory over visiting Rocky Mountain Lutheran on Oct. 11 in their A-8, Central League game. The Bulldogs improved to 5-2 … more
Karen Hart watched in awe as, one by one, the women launched telephone poles end over end. Regardless of how the toss landed, each thrower was showered with hugs and cheers from her competitors. “It was like a sorority,” Hart said. “It … more
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