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A mixture of youth and veterans have Legacy soccer excited for new season

Last year’s campaign for Legacy women’s soccer under six-year head coach Luke Meadows went exceptionally well, with 10-5-1 record and a 5A state playoff berth. Despite losing 11 seniors, the … more

Lady Norse looking for more than just back-to-back conference titles

To say last season for Northglenn girls soccer was special to the program and to head coach Kristina Churchill would be an understatement. Claiming a 10-0 EMAC Conference Title - their first … more

Defense helps Holy Family in first round of playoffs

The Lady Tigers of Holy Family (19-6) have found their stride in the 4A state tournament. Relying on a relentless defensive attitude along with contributions from everyone, the No. 7 seed advanced to … more

Waufle comes up big again for Horizon in postseason opener

It was only five days prior to the Feb. 25 postseason opener for Horizon women’s basketball that senior Olivia Waufle hit the go-ahead basket against rival Legacy with less than five seconds … more

Holy Family holding out at State

As 11 North Metro teams found themselves in the state tournament for basketball this season, just the No. 7 seeded Holy Family ladies move on to the Sweet 16 after an opening-round bye and a 62-26 … more

Legacy takes road contest against Dakota Ridge

Going to halftime Feb. 17 at Dakota Ridge High School, it was both Legacy and the Lady Eagles’ game to win - tied at 27. But what decided this affair turned out to be that one team had senior Halle … more

Thornton womens basketball outlasts rival Northglenn

To wrap up the regular season Feb. 21, the Northglenn gymnasium was packed-out for the matchup between cross-town rival Thornton. Despite both teams not playing their cleanest games of the season, … more

DJFF highlights personal, universal storytelling

Over more than 2,000 years, Jewish storytelling has come to tell the stories of people from all over the world, and in all walks of life. And this diversity of voices is vibrantly reflected in the … more

News in Hurry

Northglenn Police want opinions Northglenn Police will host two meetings with residents to discuss how the agency is performing and look for ways to improve. Both meetings are open the public. The … more

Lady Trojans execute late to steal road win

Jan. 27 against conference opponent Prairie View, it wasn’t all smooth sailing for Thornton ladies basketball — who had won five of their last six contests. Leading once at 4-2, the Lady Trojans … more

Westminster ladies basketball too much for Pomona

It’s been a fun year for Westminster ladies basketball under coach Jeff Dennis, especially at home. Improving to 6-2 in the friendly confines of their home court Jan. 28, the Lady Wolves pounded … more

Mountain Range outlasts Legacy in an offensive struggle

In a rivalry game Jan. 22, both Mountain Range and Legacy brought intensity into their highly-anticipated conference matchup. As the Lady Lightning looked to stay unbeaten in conference play, the … more

Horizon dominates Loveland in second conference victory

It took Horizon ladies basketball just three seconds into the affair to take the lead Jan. 24 against conference foe Loveland (8-6, 1-4 in conference). Sophomore Audra Vine’s layup at the game’s … more

Northglenn defense shuts down Adams City late

The Lady Norse of Northglenn (3-12, 1-3 in conference) looked to snap their seven-game losing streak Jan. 22 at home against conference foe Adams City (7-8, 0-3 in conference). Despite falling behind … more

Broomfield steals victory from Lady Hawks in conference opener

Jan. 10 in their conference opener, Horizon ladies basketball brought everything they had to walk out of the gymnasium with a win. However, late magic from Broomfield and junior interior presence … more

Dominant second-half moves Lady Trojans to 7-1

It has been quite the start to the season for the Thornton ladies basketball program as coach Khari Wallace has his team trending in the right direction at 7-1. Despite a slow start Jan. 6 against … more

Dominant second quarter not enough for Westy against Skyview

Dec. 17, on the road at the 6th Annual Skyview Winter Classic, the Westminster ladies basketball team couldn’t overcome a second-half surge of the hosts, Skyview (6-1), in the 55-48 defeat. The … more

Northglenn women fight on despite defeat to Vista Peak

Dec. 11 at home, the 83-24 score in favor of Vista Peak didn’t display the effort and fight present of the Lady Norse. Out-sized by a dramatic margin, Northglenn — coached by Charles Arellano — … more

Dominant fourth quarter leads Lady Hawks to 1-0 start

Last season, Horizon women’s basketball — led by eight seniors — made their way to the Great 8 of the 5A division with a 21-5 record. Starting the new season, coach Dan Doehler knows his team … more
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