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High school wrestlers have become stronger and more technically advanced over the years. “Wrestling is evolving all the time,” said Pomona coach Sam Federico, citing an increase in club and year-round participation. Still, the basic moves … more
It’s true that many times the most valuable player on a basketball team doesn’t have gaudy statistics, but it’s still meaningful to highlight a few of the state individual leaders from games played before the holiday break. Kolton Peterson … more
With 2016 soon to arrive, it seems time to offer just a few of many wishes for Colorado high school athletics heading into the New Year. My first wish is for the Colorado High School Activities Association Legislative Committee to reconsider the … more
Ponderosa athletic director and former coach Tim Ottmann, ex-Mustangs and Highlands Ranch coach Kent Smith, and Arapahoe graduate Peter Horvath are among the six people who will be inducted into the Colorado High School Coaches Association Hall of … more
There were no smiles on the faces of the Pomona players accepting the second place trophy after Valor Christian edged the Panthers 29-26 in the Dec. 5 Class 5A state football championship game at … more
There’s a new team in Castle Rock this winter. Castle View will have a hockey team that will compete in the Colorado High School Activities Association’s Peak Conference. It will be a co-op squad with players coming from Castle View, … more
When Columbine scored a touchdown with 1:06 left to play, everyone in the stadium expected an overtime battle. But a missed extra point and the Pomona defense’s knock-down of a Hail Mary pass as time ran out resulted in the Panthers’ 21-20 win … more
Coaches and administrators are lining up in favor of or opposition to the proposed new Class 5A conference football alignments that were recently announced by the Colorado High School Activities Association. The planned conference placements for … more
There seems to be many who beg to differ with the United States Soccer Federation’s restrictions on heading balls for youth players. Guidelines were announced for youth leagues to eliminate heading for players 10 years old and under. It was … more
Rock Canyon quarterbacks coach Tom Tesone went back to his old stomping grounds Nov. 6 when the Jaguars faced Cherry Creek in a Class 5A opening-round playoff game. Tesone, son of legendary Cherry Creek coach Fred Tesone, was an all-state … more
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