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U.S. Solheim Cup captain Meg Mallon has a motivated team ready to defend its home turf at the prestigious biennial international match-play … more
Many of the elite players from the Ladies Professional Golf Association and Ladies European Tour will be heading to Parker for the Solheim Cup later … more
John Bandimere Sr. built the Safety Proving Grounds of America in 1958 after he purchased 180 acres of land for $13,500. His plan was to provide a … more
Chauncey Billups spent many hours during his younger years in basketball camps. He now has his own camp, the Chauncey Billups Basketball Academy, … more
People have yelled and sent dirty spiteful letters to Patti Bowman, but she claims that it's just part of the job. She isn't referring to the … more
Elizabeth High School's summer football activities got off to a good start as the team traveled to Englewood June 1 and won the 7-on-7 championship … more
Elbert's Logan Franek had to go through a range of emotions during last week's Class 1A girls state track meet at Lakewood's Jefferson County … more
Moving up from Class 1A to 2A certainly proved to be a challenge for the Simla boys and girls track teams this season. Yet, the Cubs of coach Shane … more
Elizabeth's Kimberly Peterson was up in the air and oh, so close to winning a gold medal in the May 18 Class 4A state track meet. As it turned out, … more
The wind and cold were not about to deter the Skyview girls soccer team from their objective in last Thursday's game against home-standing Elizabeth. … more
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