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Arenado ready to work with Rockies, for now

Nolan Arenado said he never went as far as to request a trade from the Colorado Rockies in the wake of feeling a “disrespect” from the club given that he was part of trade discussions this … more

State’s best swimmers compete

Swimmers from around the Front Range met at Thornton’s Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center Feb. 13 and 14 for the 5A Girl’s championships in swimming and diving. Team from Boulder’s Fairview High … more

Mustangs struggle against Fort Collins

It has been a rough stretch as of late for Mountain Range basketball. After starting the season 11-4, the Mustangs now have dropped their last five contests — all of in conference play. Feb. 11 … more

Windsor handcuffs Holy Family to claim conference victory

Feb. 13 at home against Windsor, the Tigers never captured a lead against a deep, talented Wizards group that moved on to claim a 58-35 win — their 11th in 15 conference contests. Scoring their … more

Broncos will air it out in bid to catch up with Chiefs

Among the things Vic Fangio wants to change in 2020 is Denver's offensive style, the Broncos' fortunes and his own reputation. The designer of some of the NFL's stingiest defenses over the last three … more

Erie with the edge over Holy Family in girls basketball league action

Holy Family point guard Dylan Sanders, left, attempts a shot in the lane against Erie defenders Ava Welty, center, and Anna Hefner (53), during second half action Feb. 4 at Holy Family High School in … more

Hot start in second half lifts Horizon to conference win

Trailing at halftime 32-21 against Monarch (9-8, 3-4 in conference) Jan. 31, Horizon basketball couldn’t find any offensive flow against the lengthy, athletic defensive unit of the visiting … 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

Westy extends lead late, defeats rival Thornton

Jan. 30 at home, Westminster basketball clinched their first conference win of the season over cross-town foe, Thornton. Behind excellent offensive spacing under new coach Wolves’ coach Nick … 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

Mountain Range buckles down to claim third conference win

Winners of four of their last five contests, Mountain Range basketball -despite a late scare from visiting Greeley West (4-10, 0-4 in conference) - came up large when they needed to win their 10th … 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

Tough loss in Boulder

The Horizon Hawks traveled to Fairview High School Jan. 14 but they could stop the Boulder team and dropped the game j59-52. The loss put Fairview atop the Front Range League, with a 9-3  record … 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

Horizon bench lifts Hawks past Heritage

In their first contest since Dec. 21, Horizon hosted Heritage (5-3) Jan. 7. Despite a slim lead going to the second quarter, a dominant push from the reserves of the Hawks helped provide the home … 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

Defense guides Holy Family basketball past Roosevelt

After allowing 77 points the night prior to Erie, Holy Family basketball (5-4, 2-2 in conference) buckled down Jan. 9 against Roosevelt (3-5, 0-2 in conference) to claim their second conference … more

Elway names Lock starting quarterback as 2020 begins

For the first time since Super Bowl 50, John Elway heads into an offseason not looking to change his head coach, starting quarterback or locker room chemistry. Elway said recently that rookie Drew … more
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