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Heritage wrestlers held their own against tough competition as the Eagles earned a sixth-place finish among 22 teams in the Jan. 16 Alameda Invitational wrestling tournament. “We are making progress toward where we want to be as a team,” … more
Littleton faced a difficult challenge from the start as Golden scored the first 11 points of the Jan. 16 league girls basketball game, and the Lions weren't able to overcome the lead, eventually losing 56-29. “We knew it would be tough going … more
Four girls from Arapahoe High School just made a huge difference for their counterparts throughout Littleton Public Schools. “(Coach) Steve Sisler came to me and said, `I have some very persistent students who are intent on adding field hockey, … more
Babies in Parker Adventist Hospital’s BirthPlace are Broncos ready. The sweet new Broncos fans and BirthPlace staff got ready Jan. 15 to watch the Denver Broncos crush the Pittsburgh Steelers … more
Chaparral senior Rachel Nelson has been on a mission. Make that a couple missions. Besides pursuing 3-point field goal records at Chaparral, Nelson and her twin sister/basketball teammate Erin went to Turkana, Kenya, on a mission last summer with … more
High school wrestlers have become stronger and more technically advanced over the years. “Wrestling is evolving all the time,” said Pomona coach Sam Federico, citing an increase in club and year-round participation. Still, the basic moves … more
It’s true that many times the most valuable player on a basketball team doesn’t have gaudy statistics, but it’s still meaningful to highlight a few of the state individual leaders from games played before the holiday break. Kolton Peterson … more
Palmer scored first and last in the Jan. 2 hockey game against Cherry Creek. However, it was the young Bruins team that dominated between the two Palmer goals as the defending state champions rolled to a 9-2 non-conference victory on Jan. 2 at … more
Heritage's accuracy from the free-throw line helped the Eagles seal the victory to start the 2016 portion of the boys basketball season as they outscored Green Mountain 61-46 in the Jan. 2 non-league contest. The game was closer than the final … more
When all his sons are home, Ponderosa boys basketball coach Steve Ketchum can field a basketball team. That’s because Ketchum and his wife, Mardi, have seven sons: Two are from Mardi’s first marriage and five are adopted — three from the … more
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