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Those hard-to-forget, duck-and-cover drills were used decades ago in schools to teach youngsters to burrow under something as protection against a nuclear explosion. Englewood volleyball coach Kristal Kostiew didn’t get a chance to duck — … more
Heritage contested every point in the Sept. 17 volleyball match against ThunderRidge. The classic matchup included lead changes and ties in every game, but timely scoring runs by the Grizzlies resulted in three straight game wins and the match … more
I don’t know of many lakes or reservoirs in the state besides Eleven-Mile Reservoir where you can consistently catch trout ranging from 2 to 5 pounds and where fish over 10 pounds are not just a dream. Rainbow, brown, cutbow, Snake River … more
A large crowd of fellow competitors and fans cheered loudly acknowledging the amazing athletic prowess of all of those competing in the Sept. 19 Overland Invitational Gymnastic Meet as Cherry Creek finished second in the team standings with 176.75 … more
For Craig Vogtsberger, his triathlon days really began years after his spinal cord injury in 2001. Now that he has an Allard BlueRocker, he’s feeling stronger than ever. After swimming a mile in 66-degree water, mountain biking 22 miles and … more
Englewood didn't start the season as hoped as the Pirate football team lost the season opener to Centaurus, 28-0. “We played hard and, if a couple things had gone our way, it could have been a different game,” Englewood coach Jay Graves said … more
The Sept. 4 Warrior Invitational cross country meet proved to be a good outing for local teams as Cherry Creek was first in the girls division and host Arapahoe was first in the boys division. “We are very happy with the way our girls ran and I … more
The first half was about even but the Warriors moved the ball more effectively in the second half as Arapahoe outscored Legend 19-6 in a Sept. 3 non-league football game at Littleton Public Schools Stadium. Key moments Arapahoe kicked a pair … more
Valor Christian, the top-ranked Class 5A team in the poll, won the battle of offensive statistics but lost the game.  Third-ranked Pomona made the big plays and notched a 28-14 … more
This year's Heritage High School players carried jersey No. 73 with them for the coin toss before the Aug. 28 Eagles-Cherry Creek football game. The number was worn last season by senior Evan Carlson, who died in a car crash this summer. One … more
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