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Cody Field is not your average athlete. The 21-year-old Special Olympian won three gold medals at the 2013 World Special Olympics Winter Games in South Korea and has been named to the Special Olympics Hall of Fame. And now, Field has been … more
Mountain Vista senior right-hander Nick Leonard was tabbed as the Continental League's Pitcher of the Year and Max George of Regis Jesuit was named Player of the Year. The Golden Eagles' coach Ron Quintana was named co-Coach of the Year along with … more
Three Cherry Creek players and two girls from Arapahoe were named to the All-Centennial League Girls golf team. First team selections included Jackie Biggs, Cherry Creek; Molly Lucas, Cherry Creek; Callie Ringsby, Cherry Creek; Holly Schaefer, … more
Five Cherry Creek players and two from Arapahoe were chosen to the first team Centennial League baseball team. Grant Farrell, Justin Jeronimus, Matt Rindal, Ryan Robb and Aeneas Roberson from Creek plus Garrett Johnson and Ted Ramirez from Arapahoe … more
Oregon's Bri Pugh, the older sister of Mountain Vista sophomore standout Mallory Pugh, has been selected to participate in the U.S. Under-23 Women's National Team's second training camp which will be held June 7-14 in Chula Vista, Calif. Pugh, … more
The Rockies Futures Game June 8 will feature 22 baseball players from South Metro schools. The prep game, featuring a team of senior players matched against a squad of underclassmen, will start a half-hour after the 2:30 p.m. contest between the … more
Sandy Holcomb, formerly Sandy Woolsey, will be inducted into the University of Utah's Crimson Club Athletic Fund Hall of Fame on Sept. 5 at Rice Eccles Stadium Holcomb, a native of Denver who now works for the Highlands Ranch Metro District as a … more
Arapahoe has named assistant coach Brad Jansen as the Warriors new boys basketball coach. He succeeds Dan Snyder who resigned after eight successful seasons at the Centennial League school. … Chaparral outfield Keenan Eaton will play next season … more
Maurice “Stringy” Ervin warned that just because he retired this year doesn't mean you won't continue to see him around the Littleton High School. “I am not a sit-back-and-rest kind of guy,” the long-time Littleton coach said. “Summers … more
Teammates and fans cheered as the Lions moved the ball or the Littleton defense held their ground at the June 6 football scrimmage against Englewood. The scrimmage is one element of the summer's two weeks of practices with pads and the … more
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