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This year, six weren't enough. With all the talent in south metro-area high school basketball, Colorado Community Media added one more spot to both our girls and boys all-star teams. We know, only five players can be on the court at a time, but … more
Arapahoe players battled hard until the final out but weren't able to score the runs needed as they lost the March 24 home opener to Mullen, 10-2. “We are young and working to get better every game,” Arapahoe Coach Luke Muller said. “We … more
Beating Cherry Creek became the goal of the other boys lacrosse teams as the 3-0 Bruins took over the top spot in the state Class 5A poll. “We have a good lacrosse team this season,” Bruins coach Bryan Perry said after the 8-5 March 19 win … more
What a difference a year made for Cherry Creek senior goalie Brady Mielnicki. Mielnicki is the Colorado Community Media South Metro Hockey Player of the Year after helping the Bruins win the state championship. In the 2013-14 season as a … 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
Lacrosse is a major sport in the Northeast and is Canada's national summer game. It is America's oldest sport and is finally starting to take roots in Colorado. “It's become real popular,” said Colorado High School Activities Association … more
Mountain Vista junior Mallory Pugh is one of the best high school girls soccer players in Colorado. How much she'll play for the Golden Eagles this spring remains a question. After spending two weeks with the USA Under 20 team, she made her … more
Valor Christian's dynamic duo of Kendall Bradbury and Caroline Bryan led the Eagles to the school's first state basketball championship. The two 5-foot-11 seniors combined for 42 points and 20 rebounds March 14 to help Valor roll to a 73-47 … more
The fast tempo and aggressive attacks marked the March 13 non-league lacrosse game between Heritage/Littleton and Ralston Valley but the Mustangs prevailed to notch the win. “It is good to be outside,” said Tyler Snyder, the Gryphons coach. … more
Laura Pranger divulged she had doubts three months ago. The 6-foot Cherry Creek sophomore admitted those uncertainties were erased during the championship Centennial League season, and now the Bruins will be playing March 12 in the Class 5A Final … more
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