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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
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
Eliminating strokes from a golf scorecard could start with workouts in the gym. Improving overall fitness and adding some golf-specific resistance training are factors that can help lower a handicap, experts say. “Any golf professional can … 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
Harold Evans has been circling around tracks, mostly in an open-wheel supermodified race car, for over four decades. He is still having fun and going strong. Evans, a 64-year-old Littleton resident, got his first taste of racing competition in … more
Landon and Branson Kaiser are two youngters continuing a drag-racing tradition that began when the noted Kaiser brothers competed in top fuel drag racing in the 1950s. And Troy Kaiser, the boys' dad, still competes in the super comp division. The … more
Recruiting websites have become one of the most popular tools for many high school athletes aspiring to play college sports. The sites allow athletes to create profiles for databases used by college coaches seeking a specific type of athlete. … more
The crack of a bat and the pop of a ball hitting a glove echoed off the walls as the late February snow forced the Englewood baseball team to practice in the field house. Pirate players warmed up together Feb. 26 before breaking into groups for … more
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