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Tennis Player of Year took top singles spot at state

Morgan Schilling, a junior at Regis Jesuit, is the 2019 Colorado Community Media South Metro Boys Tennis Player of the Year. Schilling lost only one set all season and completed a 21-0 campaign with …
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Lutheran’s Westin Pals won the Class 3A state championship.

Hard work pays off for Co-Golfers of Year

Arapahoe sophomore Will Kates and Lutheran senior Westin Pals delivered their best golf of the season when it counted the most. Kates won the Class 5A state championship at Pinehurst Country Club on …
Jim Benton
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Coaches heading into big seasons

It’s getting down to crunch time for the high school football playoffs just as the season for the winter sports teams is starting. Practice for boys and girls basketball, ice hockey, girls swimming …
Chaparral players celebrate their 5A state championship after defeating Valor Christian 3-1 Nov. 16 at the Denver Coliseum.

Chaparral captures volleyball crown

Chaparral collected one more victory than last year in the state volleyball tournament, but Valor Christian and Lutheran couldn't duplicate their finishes from the 2018 tournament. The three-day, …
Jim Benton
Overtime

A quick look at fast-paced field hockey

I watched and covered my first field hockey game on Nov. 5 when Regis Jesuit and Colorado Academy played for the state championship at All-City Stadium. For years I helped with the coverage of both …

Valor Christian’s Madeline Mallory (6) sends one over the net as Rock Canyon’s Lauren Shea (4) and Taylor Holter (8) have blocks on their minds. Mallory’s Eagles needed 4 games to eliminate Rock Canyon after defeating Rocky Mountain earlier in the day to win the 5A Regional Saturday at Valor Christian.

South metro teams move on to state in volleyball

Champions were crowned in state volleyball regional tournaments on Nov. 8-9 and the winners advanced into the bracket for the state championships. The state championships for all classes will be held …
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New coach aims to reverse team’s trend

I recall talking with former Douglas County football coach Gene Hill after a couple games and he would always say his team needed to learn how to win. Well, it’s early, but at least the Huskies …
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