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Today's Sports

  • For little leaguers, it&...

     

    The sky was clear and the weather was mild — just right for championship baseball. The audience was cheering and the coaches were yelling out instructions, but for the boys and girls on the field there was nothing else happening in the world.

  • One more win caps Vermeer&...

    GREELEY — Athletes who played in the Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games were some of the best representatives of their sport and Chatfield High School senior Landon Vermeer was no exception.

  • Rebels run out of gas at tourney

     PARKER — School is out but that doesn’t mean the Columbine Rebels baseball team is taking the summer off.

    The Rebels’ summer squad spent the weekend playing in the Double Angel Summer Slugfest from June 3-6, going 1-3-1 over three days and losing in the first round of the consolation bracket.

  • Valerio makes his pitch for...

     

    HIGHLANDS RANCH — A.J. Valerio wasn’t scheduled to be in this position, but Dakota Ridge didn’t have much of a choice.

  • Lorentz, Robinson top inaugural...

    John Norris volunteered to help put together the Chatfield Football Invitational, the seventh annual golf tournament benefiting the school’s football program. But, unlike in years past, Norris ran into a stumbling block this go-around, namely the difficult economic times.

  • Chatfield golfers take sixth at...

     

    AURORA — The Chatfield Chargers weren’t in Kansas anymore heading into the state golf tournament May 24-25 at Common Ground Golf Course.

  • Johnson’s 110 hurdles...

    LAKEWOOD – Kayla Johnson, though out of breath, couldn’t have been more ecstatic with her performance.

  • Columbine’s season...

     

     

    DENVER – It was the hottest day of 2010, thus far, and the weather was warm. But nobody was hotter than the top-ranked Cherry Creek girls lacrosse team.

  • Ailing shins don't stop...

     

    LAKEWOOD – The fact that Dillon Fancher was even able to run at the 5A state boys track and field championship is a testament to his will. Then for the Chatfield senior to take second place in the 110-meter hurdles on May 21 at Jefferson County Stadium despite fighting off stress fractures in his shins highlights the pure athleticism he possesses.

  • Hicks: 7-year-old, 24-hour game...

    Christian Moreno epitomizes what the 24 Hours of Hockey is all about. In a lot of ways he could symbolize who the benefit game, now in its fourth year, is for. 

    He is only 7, but Christian has been through more in his little life than most of us will go through in a lifetime. He was barely a week old when he underwent open heart surgery. Then two years ago he had his first liver transplant.