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Frontier Academy freshman Caitlyn Olson won the U14 girls division of the Ryder Cup Qualifier on Sunday, part of the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour.
Despite being a spectator for most of the second half, Dayspring senior running back Kylar Mai finished with 136 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries.
One of Colorado's most successful high school football coaches left Arvada, where he led Faith Christian to prominence, and has taken up residence in Parker, home to a consolidated Lutheran High.
Loveland senior KC Pomponio gets tackled by Denver South's Devonte Loggins after scoring Loveland's second touchdown of the game on Saturday.
Greeley Central's Nick French runs the ball down field as Green Mountain's Talon Schaller sprints after him during the game Saturday afternoon at District 6 Stadium in Greeley.
Vail Christian's Alex Davis had the big play on special teams early and the Saints rolled to a 38-8 season opening win on Saturday afternoon in Colbran.
Battle Mountain soccer's Edgardo Rodriguez came off the bench on Saturday, and assisted the first two goals and scored another as the Huskies bounced Delta, 6-0, in Edwards to start the season 2-0.
Battle Mountain quarterback Demetrius Parrish, second from right, dashes to the end zone, scoring the Huskies' second touchdown of the first quarter against Middle Park in Edwards on Friday.
To the untrained eye, Friday night's showdown in the southeastern metropolitan area between Cherry Creek and Regis Jesuit was difficult to watch at times, what with all of the punts, turnovers, miscues, penalties and assorted mental mistakes.
Eagle Valley's Riley Rowles sprints toward the endzone getting outside of Vista Peak's last defender Alexander Hawkins during their game Friday night in Gypsum.
First-year Adams City coach Dan Jajczyk celebrates season-opening win on Aug. 30, 2014 in Commerce City.
Both Broomfield and Legacy had Friday night's Week 1 showdown at Elizabeth Kennedy Stadium circled in red permanent marker on the calendars.
The atmosphere was rousing as fans packed Beetdigger Stadium for the annual Morgan County Mania Showdown, pitting the 3A Fort Morgan Mustangs against 2A's No.
Valor Christian junior Ben Waters tries to break away from Pomona junior Chris Gatseos, left, and senior Cameron Padilla during their high school football game Thursday night in Arvada.
The preseason hype for Silver Creek moving up to Class 4A was legitimate, given their powerful, multi-faceted mode of attack few 3A teams ever learned how to stop.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 03:19 am
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