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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

Quick starting Thornton falls to steady Kennedy

Coming off two wins in a row heading into the Dec. 18 matchup against Kennedy (3-5), Thornton basketball couldn’t preserve their 14-4 first-quarter lead as the Commanders came back to steal a home … 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

Mountain Range basketball suffers first defeat

In the first four games of the 2019-2020 season, Mountain Range cruised to a 4-0 start, outscoring their opponents by a 273-188 margin. Dec. 10, in their home opener — in front of a ruckus crowd … more

Holy Family offense can’t find rhythm in season opener

The new season didn’t begin the way coach Peter Villecco and his team anticipated Dec. 5 in the D’Evelyn/Golden Preview Classic. Taking on D’Evelyn in the opening round, Holy Family could never … 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

Gateway surge denies win for Wolves

As the new season came to fruition Dec. 2 for Westminster basketball, a late surge by Gateway stole the home-opener from the Wolves, 63-60. Despite the defeat, plenty of positives showed themselves … more

Expectations high for veteran-led Westminster group

In his first season as the Westminster head basketball coach last season, Kevin Trujillo’s team could only muster up three wins in 23 tries. However, led by a talented senior class of nine and … more

Horizon basketball hoping to start this season where they left off

Heading into his 10th year as coach of Horizon, Chad Wilson believes his team — despite losing seven seniors — is capable of another successful campaign off a 16-9 (8-4 in conference) record in … more

Thornton retooling; growth an expectation in 2019-2020

Thornton basketball heads into the season under unique circumstances. As this youthful Trojans group takes on their last season in Division 5A with 4A on the horizon, head coach Bailey Clark has … more

Grittiness key to success of Northglenn basketball

Heading into year No. 15 as the Northglenn basketball coach, Kevin Knudson looks to rebound from losing seven seniors — four of which led the team in scoring (Mario Pacheco, Ty Burbank, Hector … more

Standards remain high for Holy Family basketball

Following a 22-5 record and a trip to the Final Four a season ago, Holy Family has high hopes in the 2019-2020 season under 10th-year head coach Peter Villecco, despite losing seven seniors. “I … more

Strides expected for Mountain Range basketball this season

Typically, when a new coach takes over a program, there are growing pains. Last year for Mountain Range, new coach Jordan Carter gave the basketball program a shot in the arm and a rejuvenated energy … more

League title on the mind of Legacy basketball

Despite losing seven seniors after an 8-15 (5-7 in conference) record a season ago, third-year Legacy head coach Connor Clay believes the 2019-2020 season for the Lightning could be a special one. … more

Legacy’s comeback attempt falls short

After a 31-28 victory against Horizon the week prior, Legacy football placed as the No. 23 seed in the 5A state playoffs — winners of three of their last four. Taking on a familiar foe in No. 10 … more

Legacy soccer advances in 2-1 thriller

The number 10 seeded Fossil Ridge Sabercats gave the Legacy team all they could handle on a damp, feverish evening Nov. 6. However, as they have all year, the Lightning found a way in the 2-1 … more

Holy Family gets win over Skyview; advances to 3A state playoffs

Nov. 8 at Holy Family High School, a lot was on the line for a Tigers team (5-5), hoping to give themselves a shot to participate in the 3A football state playoffs. Against conference foe, Skyview … more

Paralympians part of wheelchair rugby team

Littleton resident Jason Regier was driving his way back to Corvallis, Oregon in 1996 where he played soccer for Oregon State University. When he was driving his Jeep about 75 mph, he reached down to … more

Legacy soccer advances to second round

In the first 10 minutes Nov. 1 against Grand Junction in the opening round of the 5A state playoffs, Legacy dominated despite not finding the back of the net on six quality shots. However, a … more

Legacy overcomes 18-point deficit to defeat Horizon

Despite dropping their first six games of the 2019 season, Legacy football has ended strongly — taking three of their last four, including a 31-28 comeback win against conference foe, Horizon. … more
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