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Good starts against good teams are vital. Both the Littleton boys and girls teams fell behind early and lost to Valor Christian in a varsity doubleheader Jan. 14 in the Lions' gym. Coach Ryan Fletcher's boys team trailed 17-2 after the first … more
A pair of short-handed goals built the lead as Denver East bested Heritage 4-1 in a league hockey game Jan. 17 at Big Bear Ice Arena. “This is a tough game for us. We are really down a little right now because we have some guys out because they … more
The calendar may say it is baseball season but it was all about football skills on May 30 as 15 teams took part in the Englewood Invitational 7-on-7 tournament and Hog Relays. Andy Cornell, Englewood High offensive coordinator, said Englewood … more
One hundred minutes wasn't enough for a winner to emerge from a March 31 rivalry match, because at the end of the second overtime period, the Heritage-Arapahoe girls soccer game went into the books as a 0-0 tie. “It was a great rivalry game,” … more
In the Centennial Academy of Fine Arts Education library on Jan. 14, there sat the world's future pro hockey players, veterinarians, writers — who knows what lies ahead in the life of a fifth-grader? Anything is possible, says Karen Brown. When … more
March 31 proved to be a good day for the Littleton boys lacrosse team as they outscored Lutheran, 16-2. “They are a young team but they gave us a good, hard game,” Littleton Coach Brad Todd said after the game. “I was very pleased with the … more
It was a sign that led Kathy Alfino into becoming a triathlete and coach. “I was playing field hockey and I saw this sign, and I don't think it used the word triathlon,” she explained. “It was 1982. It said `Swim, bike, run.' I rode my bike … more
Mike Brookhart was a three-sport standout who graduated in 1979 from Cherry Creek High School. Despite his talent, Brookhart wouldn’t have become a four-year baseball letterman and team captain at the University of Northern Colorado if not for … more
It can be expensive for athletes to catch the attention of college recruiters at a summer camp, recruiting event or national tournament. Ponderosa senior-to-be quarterback Nick Wilson went to the Boston College camp along with tight end Matt … more
Joe Swanson continued a life-long love of wrestling when he accepted the position of head wrestling coach for Heritage. He started wrestling when he was about 4 and wrestled in high school but chose to accept a college scholarship. But he … more
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