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Colorado School of Mines jumper Abbi Gillespie competes in the women's high jump Feb. 4 at the Mines Winter Classic. The indoor track & field teams sent several athletes to the NCAA Division II championships, where two Orediggers won individual national titles and the women's team finished with a program-best eighth place.

Mines teams end 2022-23 school year on a high note

With a few months until the 2023-24 school year starts, the Golden Transcript offers a look back at Mines’ athletic achievements during the 2023 spring semester.
Former Colorado School of Mines golfer George Markham has advanced to the U.S. Open's final qualifying round. Markham will play June 5 for a spot in the 123rd annual U.S. Open.

Former Mines golfer tees up for U.S. Open qualifier

George Markham, a former Colorado School of Mines golfer, has advanced to the U.S. Open's final qualifying round.
Colorado School of Mines senior Hannah Miller, seen here pole vaulting on April 8, will compete at the NCAA Division II National Championships May 25-27 in Pueblo.

24 Mines athletes to compete at track & field nationals

Two dozen Orediggers are hoping to strike gold in Pueblo over Memorial Day weekend, as the Colorado School of Mines track & field teams are competing in the NCAA Division II National Championships.
Dakota Ridge sophomore Phoebe Hitchcock (4) and junior Maegan Smay (8) battle with Northfield sophomore Alia Hill (23) and freshman Liv Gavan (21) for control of the ball during the Class 4A state semifinal May 28 at Trailblazer Stadium. A first-half goal by senior Bailey Pignatore was all the offense the Eagles needed for a 1-0 victory.

Dakota Ridge girls soccer continues historic season

The Class 4A girls soccer state champions were officially dethroned May 18 at a rainy Trailblazer Stadium.

Evergreen players celebrate a goal coming out of the nearly 2-hour lightning delay during the Class 4A girls lacrosse state semifinal game against Mead on May 17 in Englewood. The Cougars had their season come to an end with a 13-12 loss.

Green Mountain, Evergreen fall short in 4A girls lacrosse semifinals

It was all about late-night dramatic victories May 17 at Englewood High School’s Randy Penn Stadium. No. 1-seeded Castle View and No. 2 Mead both scored 1-goal win over the last two Class 4A girls lacrosse state champions — Evergreen and Green Mountain — to punch their tickets to the title game.
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Chatfield sophomore Harper Roser, right, centers a pass while getting pressured by Bear Creek freshman Mya Vigil during the first half last week at Lakewood Memorial Field.

Chatfield shuts out Bear Creek in 5A Jeffco girls soccer opener

It took a little longer than desired for Chatfield girls soccer to hit the back of the net on last week at Lakewood Memorial Field.
Former CHSAA assistant commissioner Bert Borgmann, left, and his son, Logan.

Former CHSAA assistant commissioner Borgmann remembered for Rice Krispy treats, service to others

AURORA -- Callie Kryder said the people who attended a celebration of life service for her late father, former Colorado High School Activities assistant commissioner Bert Borgmann, knew him for …

VIDEO: Prairie View football manager scores a TD

The football team manager at Prairie View High School had a chance to take center stage Oct. 21 during the ThunderHawks' game against Mullen High School. Johnathan Salzer,who has Down's syndrome, …
Riverdale Ridge's Bradley Weinmaster gets the winner's hug after capturing the 4A boys state golf championship in Windsor Oct. 4.

Riverdale Ridge's Weinmaster atop the golf heap

                WINDSOR -- To survive a four-person playoff for a state championship in boys golf is one …

Jonathan Gonzalez celebrates a Frontier League win with his teammates and fans against The Pinnacle Sept.21 in Fort Lupton. Gonzalez scored three goals and had an assist against the Timberwolves.

Gonzalez kicking up a ruckus for two Fort Lupton sports

For many high-school athletes, playing a sport at a varsity level is a big task within itself. Jonathan Gonzalez, a senior at Fort Lupton High School, is not only stepping up as one of the captains …
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