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The first meeting of the new Littleton Public Schools Board of Education was anything but average, as dozens of angry people filled the normally docile chamber to overflowing on Dec. 12 to support Mike Griebel, the recently fired Heritage High … more
Maurice “Stringy” Ervin said he was happy in 1968 when his alma mater, Littleton High School, offered him a position as a teacher and a coach. He never imagined he would he would still be coaching in 2013, however. “I am still at it because … more
Heritage ice hockey coach Jeremy Sims expects a challenging season due to his team’s youth, and despite a solid performance Dec. 7 the Eagles opened the season with a 3-2 loss to Columbine. “We do have a few players back from last year but … more
Heritage High School has decided to take its football team in a different direction, one that does not include longtime head coach Mike Griebel. A letter was sent to “Heritage Football Families” on Dec. 5 stating that Griebel “is no longer … more
It’s not often a basketball team can score only two points in a quarter and still win the game. But that was the case for the ThunderRidge girls Dec. 7 in a 49-40 win over Rock Canyon as the two schools played in the championship game of the … more
Cherry Creek amassed the points needed to edge rival Arapahoe and 11 other schools, earning the team title at the Dec. 7 Warrior Invitational Tournament. The Bruins and Warriors are traditional rivals and battled it out again this year for the … 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
Valor Christian’s players held up one hand as they gathered near the goalposts under the Sports Authority Field scoreboard. It was the Eagles’ adaptation of a high five. Valor won its fifth consecutive Colorado state football championship … 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
Whitney Krantz feels comfortable any place on a volleyball court. Krantz can play in the front row or the back row. Her versatility is one of the reasons the 6-foot Arapahoe High School senior was selected as the Colorado Community Media South … more
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