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DENVER — For all of her individual accomplishments - of which there are many - Brooke Pendergraft says her biggest, and proudest, achievements are team-oriented.
Not a surprising answer considering the family atmosphere that surrounds the Dakota Ridge girls basketball team.
CENTENNIAL- Columbine’s young pitching staff learned an old lesson March 21.
Seemingly up for the battle against Arapahoe, the Rebels watched the little things add up to big problems as the Warriors ran away with a 13-5 Class 5A nonleague victory.
Callie Hancock got her curve on.
Chasing down an excellent through ball from teammate Stephanie Rowe, Hancock was surprised that the soccer ball spilled out of the hands of Mullen’s goalkeeper and right to her feet March 19.
ARVADA- Speed thrills.
Into the wind or away from the wind, the ladies of Columbine lacrosse can flat out fly, which is more than enough to make you forget about the occasional awkward or errant pass.
LAKEWOOD- It’s the little things in sports that mean a lot.
Columbine did all the little things right in its boys lacrosse game against Evergreen on March 20 at Trailblazer Stadium.
While several of her teammates had a large crowd watching their matches, Chatfield’s No. 1 singles player Kelsey Brading played in relative obscurity.
Charger fans missed quite a treat.
LAKEWOOD- What could you do in 2 minutes, 40 seconds?
Nick Nedeau is dreaming big.
Nedeau, and the rest of the Chatfield boys lacrosse team for that matter, don’t see themselves as a first-year program.
So far, it’s hard to argue with them.
Trust is vital to any good relationship.
Defenders and goalkeepers are no different.
Chargers on fire
Chatfield opened the 2008 season with a pair of convincing wins.
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