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Arvada West junior Sydney Trinder (11) goes up strong against Golden senior Maree Lenz (24) during the season opener Jan. 25 at Arvada West High School. The Wildcats got victories over Golden and Boulder to start 2-0 on the season.

Arvada West girls hoops defeats Golden in season opener

ARVADA — Arvada West junior Amanda Neff started right where she left off last season. Neff buried a 3-pointer from the corner on the opening offensive possession for the Wildcats on Jan. 25 to …
Golden sophomore Aliou Diallo (2) drives the lane on a pair of D'Evelyn defenders during the Class 4A Jeffco League game Feb. 12. The Demons hung on for a 62-60 victory.

Golden gets final defensive stop to beat D’Evelyn

DENVER — Two defensive stands by Golden in the final minute proved to be the difference in a Top-15 Class 4A boys basketball showdown. Golden — No. 15 in this week’s CHSAANow.com 4A boys hoops …
Fort Lupton's Donovan Birmingham puts Arvada's Julian Silva in a big of a bind during their 113-pound match during a quadrangular meet in Fort Lupton Feb. 12. Birmingham picked up a 4-2 decision in the contest, and FLHS won the dual meet the Bulldogs 57-0.

Wrestling: Fort Lupton beats Arvada

Green Mountain sophomore Jayda Maves squares up for a 3-pointer during practice on Jan. 19. The Rams are coming off the program’s most successful season in history that included a trip to the Class 4A state semifinals.

No. 3 Green Mountain girls hoops primed for more success

LAKEWOOD — Green Mountain girls basketball was one of last high school basketball teams to play before the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown prep sports in Colorado. The Rams walked off the court at the …

Dakota Ridge senior Gino Corridori has already signed to continue his basketball career at Western Colorado University after graduation. Corridori is excited about the season after missing more than half of his junior season on the court due to a broken wrist.

Dakota Ridge boys hoops prepared to maneuver through upcoming season

LITTLETON — Dakota Ridge’s boys basketball team won’t be making any excuses this season. “I’ve decided as a program that we were never going to complain about rules, masks, games or the …
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