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The Mountain Range wrestling team had six wrestlers who finished in at least fourth place at the Class 5A Region 4 Tournament Feb. 14 and 15 at Bear Creek. Mustangs’ senior heavyweight Jorge Rodriguez beat Chaparral’s Dane Drimmer 5-4 for a … more
A new youth flag football league is coming to the Front Range area providing a fun and educational sports experience. National Flag Football, the largest youth flag football organization in the nation, will debut this spring in eight locations, two … more
The Northglenn/Thornton Norjans girls swim team scored 374 points for a second place finish at the East Metro Athletic Conference league championships Feb. 7-8 at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. Westminster came in sixth place with … more
Thornton wrestling had eight wrestlers place in the top 6 at the East Metro Athletic Conference league championships Feb. 8 at Thornton High School. Josh Cordova, 170-pounder, was the EMAC Champion in his weight class when he pinned Prairie … more
Taylor Jackson has only been diving for 2 ½ years. A former gymnast, she has little experience in the sport. But that doesn’t matter, because what she’s learned in just those few years has her ranked in the top 5 in high school diving. Jackson … more
Legacy’s girls swim team came in first place in 11 out of 12 events in a dual meet against Poudre, capturing the 197-103 victory Jan. 30 at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. The lone event that the Impalas touched the wall first … more
The Mountain Range wrestling team tied for second place with Poudre, scoring 134.5 points at the Front Range League Tournament on Feb. 1 at Legacy High School. Horizon came in fifth place with 104.5 points while Legacy scored 99 points for a … more
Legacy High School football coach Wayne Voorhees will serve as a USA Football Master Trainer to promote a better and safer football game for youth nationwide. USA Football instructed Voorhees and 20 other football experts, including high school … more
When Jefferson Academy girls basketball suffered an unpleasant loss to No. 3 Peak to Peak Jan. 17, 60-29, they were hoping to make a statement against No. 2 Lutheran in their next match. While the Jaguars (7-4) did fight until the end against the … more
The Peak to Peak girl’s basketball team walked into Holy Family’s gym Jan. 24 ranked fourth in the AP media poll and undefeated in the Class 3A Metro League. But that didn’t affect the Tigers at all since they are also unbeatable in league and … more
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