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Watching Christian McCaffrey play football reminds many people of the lyrics to the song, Mr. Touchdown USA. As Hugo Winterhalter’s tune says, “give him the ball and just look at him go.” McCaffrey, the Valor Christian running back who … more
Alex Kozan competed for a starting job on the Auburn offensive line as a true freshman a year ago but reckoned he wasn't physically ready. more
Billy Horschel hit his second shot on the 18th hole and then sprinted up the hill to visit the restroom. Horschel obviously had more on his mind than winning the BMW Championship at Cherry Hills … more
Mikaela Shiffrin was presented with yet another honor because of her fabulous skiing career. Yet this one was earned before she even won her Gold Medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Shiffrin was named March 9 as the 2013 Athlete … more
Dylan Gabel and Mitch Finesilver survived the 2013-14 season with targets on their backs. Gabel, a senior from Ponderosa, won the 170-pound state championship in 2013, while Finesilver, a senior at Cherry Creek was the state title at 120 … more
More than 20 schools from the Denver area are showing their support for the late Claire Davis and Arapahoe High School in the wake of the December school shooting. The Warrior Rumble Volleyball Tournament, a co-ed event meant to raise money for the Claire Davis Fund, will go from 1 to 5 p.m. Jan. 18 at Chaparral High School, 15655 Brookstone Dr. There will be donation buckets at the event and cash as well as checks made out to the Claire Davis Fund will be accepted. more
Corey McNellis was a two-time Colorado wrestling champion at Ponderosa. His older brother Chris was the Mustangs’ first-ever state champ. The McNellis brothers are part of Ponderosa’s wrestling program that has been one of the state’s best … more
The outcome of many basketball games is decided from 15 feet away from the basket. “Free-throw shooting is one of the most important things in winning a basketball game,” said Valor Christian senior Garrett Baggett, who made 82 percent of his … more
In the stalls and aisles of the paddock, trainers and owners smoothed out saddle blankets and tightened cinches preparing to take part in the final sessions of the Pre Denver Quarter Horse Show at the National Western Stock Show Events Center. more
- Girl power invaded the Colorado high school state wrestling tournament over the weekend at the Pepsi Center. History was made when Denver East junior Maya Nelson became the first female to qualify for the 5A state wrestling tournament. But … more
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