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LAKEWOOD — The Dakota Ridge football team was missing a big part of its offense heading into its Sept. 24 matchup with Green Mountain.
William Kincaid considered the all-pavement course that was the Liberty Bell Invitational an easy course. It just wasn’t easy for him, considering it was mostly all downhill. But, as he said, he’s obviously getting better at running those.
Results from the 5A Metro West Regional golf tournament at Raccoon Creek Golf Club on Sept. 20. The top two teams qualified for state as well as the top 17 golfers not on those two teams:
It’s not very often that the Red Bull FIM Motocross of Nations invades the United States. As a matter of fact, it’s pretty rare.
ARVADA — No matter how it was sliced, offense was hard to come by for both Dakota Ridge and Ponderosa’s varsity football teams on Sept. 16.
LAKEWOOD — Some of the toughest football players to contain are the fastest. A lesson Chatfield learned all too well in its game against Fountain-Fort Carson on Sept. 17 at Jefferson County Stadium.
CASTLE ROCK — Cameron McDondle rushed for 222 yards and two touchdowns as the Columbine Rebels remained undefeated with a 21-0 win over Douglas County on Sept. 17 at Douglas County Stadium.
WESTMINSTER — The mental hurdles that kept Zach Tripp’s scores down at midseason are a thing of the past, as evident of the Dakota Ridge senior’s fourth medalist honor of the season on Sept. 10.
The Chatfield Chargers’ volleyball team showed just how dominant they can be when they don’t make mistakes.
DENVER — Chatfield vs. Columbine. Colorado vs. Colorado State. When one grows up in Littleton the football rivalries don’t end once you graduate. They’ve only just begun.
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