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Running up the Middle
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Running up the Middle

Women’s professional football quickly gaining yardage Texas Elite Spartans defeated Utah Falconz, 19-14, in the inaugural Women’s National Football Conference IX Cup Championship held June 29 at Marv Kay Stadium in Golden, Colo. With a small, dedicated volunteer staff, some high-profile sponsors, and the best athletes in the sport, the inaugural season of the Women’s … Continue reading

Gonzales overlooked no longer
College

Gonzales overlooked no longer

DENVER – Rebecca Gonzales (Highlands Ranch, Colo./Mountain Vista) was looking for a chance. She got it at MSU Denver. And the Roadrunners couldn’t be happier about it. Overlooked by many despite hitting .587 as a senior All-Continental League player at Mountain Vista High School, Gonzales has been an every-game starter in the outfield for Metropolitan State University of … Continue reading

High School

No. 1 Sand Creek girls soccer looking like a top team heading into league play

COLORADO SPRINGS — Starting in 2012, the Pikes Peak Athletic Conference was the dominant league for girls soccer. Five-straight Class 4A state championships were won by three different teams from the PPAC. In the last two years, the championship has eluded the Colorado Springs-based league. D’Evelyn and Windsor brought home 4A titles in 2017 and … Continue reading

No. 5 Columbine girls lacrosse beats Green Mountain
High School

No. 5 Columbine girls lacrosse beats Green Mountain

Columbine Rebel senior Jazlyn Flores, right, tries to break through Green Mountain senior Sara Haefele’s defense in a Rebels 19-4 victory April 21 at Trailblazer Stadium. (Photo by Dennis Pleuss/Jeffco Athletics) Columbine (10-2, 5-0 in league) had an 11-2 lead at halftime. Juniors Whitney Block, Emma Maxwell and Madison Hadden, along with senior Maeve Hungerford — scored … Continue reading

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Colorado Sends 11 Women to 2018 Winter Olympics

The official start of the 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeong Chang, Republic of Korea on Saturday, February 9, and runs through February 25. Of the 31 athletes from Colorado—the most from any one state—11 are women. Who will you be cheering for?   Lauren Gibbs-Bobsled, Women’s Two-Man/Push Arielle Gold-Snowboarding, Halfpipe Nicole Hensley-Ice … Continue reading