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Milo Hall’s touchdown run that helped Cherry Creek win the Class 5A state football championship will be remembered for a long time. And no one will soon forget how well Valor Christian’s Eric Lee Jr. played in the defensive secondary. Hall … more
Three state champions, the Continental League softball batting champion and a pitcher who recorded two perfect games headline the 10 athletes selected as the Colorado Community Media South Metro Players of the Year for the fall season. Coaches … more
High school teams don't always get a chance to play in a big arena on a professional court. The Cherry Creek Boys Basketball team did and made it count Dec. 10 with a 61-54 win over Denver East at the Pepsi Center. “This was a fun game. It … more
Littleton girls basketball team hit its first three shots to establish an early lead and built on the advantage as the Lions outscored Heritage 52-41 on Dec. 2 in the first game of the season for both teams. Littleton coach Adam Williams said … more
Valor Christian junior Brooke Stenstrom is one of four south metro-area girls swimmers who head into this season as defending state champions. Each will face one integral question this season: Is it harder to win the championship the first time … more
The gates opened early for the Arapahoe High School girls basketball team Dec. 2 in the Warriors' 77-54 victory over George Washington. And, it certainly was a good way to open the season as the Warriors co-hosted the Arapahoe-Cherry Creek … more
Two pairs of brothers helped Cherry Creek finish in fourth place at the Warrior Invitational Wrestling Tournament Dec. 6 at Arapahoe High School. Meanwhile, host Arapahoe had four wrestlers place in the top six and finished eighth in the final … more
Hockey goalies, baseball pitchers and quarterbacks have a lot in common They are vital to the success of a team. “Goaltending is like pitching in high school, college and professional hockey,” said Cherry Creek hockey coach Jeff Mielnicki. … more
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
A quick history lesson: Basketball centers used to rule in the paint. Decades ago, thoughts of tall players operating anywhere but inside the paint would have seemed outrageous. Today, it's somewhat unusual to see a big player primarily … more
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