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All the rain that has made grass all over the state a dark green has caused havoc for the Colorado High School Activities Association in trying to get the spring sports state championships … more
Finding a playground outfitted with ramps, teeter-totters and “whale tails” for kids and adults just got easier. Douglas County unveiled the latest addition to its park offerings in late April with a mountain bike skills course at Bayou Gulch … more
They subject themselves to grueling obstacle-course races that go by names like Rugged Maniac, MuckFest and Tough Mudder. Their strength, endurance and will are tested as they Army-crawl through mud under barbed wire, climb 15-foot walls … more
Glance at a park, field or back yard these days and there’s a good chance you’ll see youths playing catch with a lacrosse ball or bouncing one against a wall. Lacrosse continues to gain popularity in high schools in Colorado and across the … more
Louis Vasquez is at once comfortable and restless. After serving as Denver's emergency right tackle over the last half of last season, Vasquez confirmed last week that he's moving back to his natural position at right guard. More change is … more
David Bruton Jr. watched the Denver Broncos sign free agent Darian Stewart after Rahim Moore bolted to the Texans. He's heard all the chatter about them moving Bradley Roby or Kayvon Webster over from cornerback. All this offseason scheming and … more
Jason Brown finished fourth in his first appearance at last month’s Men’s World Figure Skating Championships. The 20-year-old Brown, who trains at the Colorado Sports Center in Monument and … more
Solid defense backing a pitcher throwing strikes and a bundle of key hits earned Elizabeth a 10-2 win over Englewood in their April 8 league baseball game. “It was a good day,” Cardinals Coach Doug Severinsen said after the game. “It was a … more
DC Dolphins’ Director of Baseball Academy Meagan Lang’s idea to hold an MVP Challenger League game for youth athletes with physical and developmental challenge as the season opener grew to an event with 14 participating athletes and more than … more
Chaparral heavyweight Dane Drimmer improved his training habits and aggressiveness and wound up as a state champion. Drimmer, who was third and second the previous two seasons at the state tournament, won the 285-pound championship at the state … more
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