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Mallory Pugh made one decision but still faces another choice. Pugh, the 18-year-old Mountain Vista graduate and member of the U.S. women's Olympic soccer team, announced she is leaving UCLA to pursue professional soccer opportunities. The … more
Drake Davis, baseball, senior, Ralston Valley: Davis allowed two hits and struck out 15 batters in six innings during a 12-1 win over Lakewood on April 15. Davis is the Jefferson County 5A league … more
Bruce Wright doesn't take anything for granted, so he is retiring following the current school year after 21 years as the Highlands Ranch High School athletic director. "My wife has been retired … more
Marc Johnson was standing near the left-field foul line answering questions, and it didn't take long to understand why he is still coaching baseball at Cherry Creek High School. It's for the love … more
The 800-meter run is not a sprint and it’s not a distance race. It’s a hybrid. It takes speed, stamina, grit and a high threshold for pain to succeed in the 800, which is often referred to as a middle-distance race. In short, the 800 — … more
Dylan Aurich, baseball, senior, D'Evelyn: He had three hits in four at-bats, scored twice and drove in two runs in a 14-2 victory over of Madison, Oh. on March 30. Trey Adams, baseball, sophomore, … more
Boys volleyball, currently a club sport, is set to serve up another attempt to the Colorado High School Activities Association to sanction the sport. The CHSAA Equity Committee didn't endorse … more
LAKEWOOD — Pomona junior Ryan Marquez stays focused in the moment be it on the football field, basketball court or track. “Of course school comes before everything,” said Marquez, a three-sport athlete for the Panthers. “To be the best in … more
Cole Pearn and Chris Gayle feel right at home in Golden, but neither is home very often. Both are crew chiefs for Denver's NASCAR Furniture Row Racing teams. Pearn is in his second season as … more
LAKEWOOD — Facing one of the best lacrosse teams in the state is a challenge for any program. But for Ralston Valley’s first-year program, it was also an excellent learning opportunity. The Lobos, No. 5 in last week’s CHSAANow.com Class 4A … more
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