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Cohlton “Cohl” Schultz, a 220-pound Ponderosa freshman, didn't have any great expectations but his growth and development in his first season of high wrestling is worth writing about. Schultz won the state championship and completed a 47-1 … more
It’s time to consider a high school basketball mercy rule in Colorado. Lopsided scores have been frequent this season, especially in girls games, and some of those blowout scores were evident in the first two rounds of the girls and boys state … more
Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin calls herself an old soul: To her, the simple things matter most. A cup of hot tea after a long day. A good book. A dinner and a movie on her own. “I’m very much a homebody,” the 20-year-old … more
Like many 21-year-olds, Hanna Atkinson has a busy schedule. The Littleton resident works part-time at Olive Garden, volunteers at her church and skis every weekend. Hanna, who has Down syndrome, has competed in skiing in the Special Olympics … more
Mountain Vista's hockey team is finally going to play in the Frozen Four. After years of being ousted in either the first round or quarterfinals of the state playoffs, the Golden Eagles beat defending state champion Cherry Creek 4-3 on Feb. 27 at … more
Arapahoe was close in its second-round Class 5A boys state playoff game against Rock Canyon Feb. 27 in the Jungle, but the Warriors couldn't defend against the Jaguars' free-throw shooting down the stretch. Rock Canyon made 16-of-22 free throws … more
Cohl Schultz and his older brother Trenton won state wrestling championships Feb. 20 at the Pepsi Center in Denver — but not for the same school. Cohl is the freshman 220-pound state champion at Ponderosa, while Trenton, a 195-pound junior, … more
Aron Pino Valenzuela, a 220-pound Littleton senior, came into the Class 4A Colorado state wrestling championships at the Pepsi Center with high hopes. He left disappointed. Valenzuela carried a 29-0 record into the three-day tournament and … more
Fewer than 400 boys played high school hockey in Colorado during the 2002-03 season. More than 600 did during the 2014-15 campaign. But although high school hockey is enjoying a rise in popularity in the state, a major challenge remains: Many … more
ThunderRidge, Legend, Rock Canyon and Cherry Creek were awarded first-round byes for the Feb. 24 opening round of the 48-team Class 5A boys basketball state playoffs. Highlands Ranch and Lakewood gained two of the top four seeds in the Class 5A … more
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