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  1. New changes for Fort Morgan summer baseballRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

    The Fort Morgan Mustangs baseball team will play in the new Northern Plains Coaches League during the 2015 summer season. The Fort Morgan Mustangs baseball team may not be affiliated with Legion baseball in the summer 2015 season, but their schedule will still be similar to that of Legion play.

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  2. Thompson Valley's Steve Murray, Lauren Caddoo live up to the title of 'Captain'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | ReporterHerald.com

    Lauren Caddoo, left, and Steve Murray captained their Thompson Valley lacrosse teams in ever sense of the definition, leading to their selections as the players of the year.

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  3. Seven from Brush track named All-ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Fort Morgan Times

    After sending a multitude of athletes to compete in the 3A State Track and Field Championships, the Brush Beetdiggers track and field team saw their season end on a positive note. On Tuesday, the team got together at Brush High School to celebrate their season, as well as hand out conference honors from the season.

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  4. Weather havoc could help extend prep spring seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Fans watch the final pitches of the Class 5A baseball game Wednesday after the rain subsided. As a mostly sunny Wednesday afternoon wound down, the championship game of the Class 5A state baseball tournament was in the top of the seventh inning at All-City Field, with the Rock Canyon Jaguars leading Chatfield 8-2 and on the verge of a pile-on celebration when suddenly ... Lightning flashed and weather apps on cellphones indicated the strike was 0.8 miles away.

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  5. Rocky Mtn.'s Chad Bell bows out with big RBI at all-star gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denver Post

    Thursday at the local field of dreams, Coors Field, the senior at Rocky Mountain stepped up to bat with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning and the chance to not only cap the season with a bang, but his prep career too. Bell smacked a deep sacrifice fly to left field to send everyone home walk-off style and top a 10-9 victory for the Black team against the Purple .

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  6. Out of gasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fort Morgan Times

    It was unfamiliar territory for both the Brush Beetdiggers and Eaton Reds heading into the final baseball game for class 3A in 2015. On one hand, the Reds came into championship Wednesday 25-0, cruising through the majority of those wins, but they were shut down in the second half of their first game at Butch Butler Field against the Beetdiggers, falling 4-3 for their first loss of the season to the one team that had been giving them fits.

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  7. Savages land 7 players on all-conference teamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lamar Daily News

    Lamar pitcher Darin Cook was named a first-team all-conference selection and also named the Tri-Peaks League East Division Player of the Year. Lamar pitcher Brent Crampton was named a first-team selection to the TPL East Division All-Conference teams.

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  8. Young Savage Football Camp a hitRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lamar Daily News

    Youngsters engage in blocking drills during the 2015 Young Savage Football Camp that was conducted onMay 26-29 at Savage Stadium. The camp was under the instruction of Lamar High School head football coach Jason Tice and members of his coaching staff along with players from the team.

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  9. All-Area Tennis: McKenna and Wiens form the perfect pairingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ReporterHerald.com

    All-Area tennis singles player Alexandra Djoumaliev, left, of Loveland and doubles players Alex McKenna and Amber Wiens of Thompson Valley pose together Wednesday at the LHS tennis courts.

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  10. Brush falls short of baseball titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Brush News-Tribune

    Brush senior Grayson Simmons fields a ground ball in left field in Brush's 4-3 win over Eaton Wednesday afternoon. A familiar foe who had been giving the Brush Beetdiggers fits all season were all that stood between a chance to force a championship final Wednesday evening or see their season come to an end.

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  11. Baseball: Gatorade POY Madden leads locals at Rockies All-Star gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | LongmontFYI

    New Fairview graduate Ryan Madden added another lofty honor to his ledger on Thursday, as he was named the 2015 Gatorade baseball Player of the Year for the state of Colorado.

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  12. View SlideshowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Greeley Tribune

    The only difference is, the Reds don't have such celebrations for almost winning a state title. They have rarely had to settle for second.

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  13. Eaton beats Brush 7-1 to capture 3A titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Denver Post

    Eaton beat Brush 7-1 in the Class 3A state baseball championship Wednesday for its 11th title and first since 2012. And No.

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  14. All-league soccer awards dotted with local athletes | VailDaily.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Vail Daily News

    Eagle Valley's Mariel Gutierrez spent the spring terrorizing the 4A Western Slope and is that league's Player of the Year. In what should be the first wave of awards for Vail Mountain School soccer, the Gore Rangers are all over the 3A Western Slope all-league team, including Player of the Year honors for Tess Johnson.

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  15. Lewis-Palmer Second in StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gazette

    Lewis-Palmer pitcher Colin Cicere gets a hug from Asst. Coach "Pops" Adair after losing to Green Mountain in the state 4A baseball championships in Denver on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Green Mountain defeated Lewis-Palmer 4-0 to repeat as state champions. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)

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  16. Lewis-Palmer can't capitalize in state title appearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gazette

    Lewis-Palmer pitcher Colin Cicere gets a hug from Asst. Coach "Pops" Adair after losing to Green Mountain in the state 4A baseball championships in Denver on Wednesday, May 27, 2015.

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  17. Green Mountain tops Lewis-Palmer for 2nd straight Colorado 4A baseball titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | Denver Post

    Green Mountain defeated Lewis-Palmer 4-0 in the Colorado Class 4A baseball state championship game on Wednesday at Regency Athletic Complex at Metro State. Talon Schaller helped Green Mountain take an early lead with an RBI double to left center in the first inning, putting Green Mountain up 1-0.

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  18. By the Numbers: Columbine-area sports during the 2014-15 high school yearRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Littleton Independent

    The result was the Lady Chargers, the No. 12 seed, making it to an improbable state final before falling to four-time and defending champion Grandview.

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  19. Onto the Championship: Brush wins to play for state title todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Fort Morgan Times

    Weather postponed the 3A State semifinals last week, but clear skies and warm weather set the stage Tuesday for the Brush Beetdiggers and University Bulldogs to meet for the third time this season, and a spot to play in championship Wednesday on the line. Over the course of seven innings, both Brush and University saw opportunities to record some big innings and put some runs on the board.

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  20. Mountain Vista, Rock Canyon walk off with victories in Class 5ARead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Denver Post

    With a single to the left-field wall by Brandon Formby and a sacrifice fly by Matt Givin, the Continental League's Mountain Vista and Rock Canyon, respectively, earned one-run victories Tuesday for a chance to meet Chatfield in Wednesday's championship game. They will have a rematch at 1 p.m. for the right to face Chatfield immediately after.

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