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David Ramsey

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  • Ramsey: Air Force loss on top of CC defeat makes for dark day in Colorado Springs

    Updated: Sun, Mar 16, 2014

    What a dark day for college hockey in Colorado Springs. Colorado College loses to North Dakota in the NCHC playoffs, but that was expected. The Tigers, who spent this entire season wandering around lost, were playing in one of the most deafening, most hostile, most electric college...

  • Ramsey: Unbeaten underdog Mesa Ridge girls show who is top dog in 4A state hoops final

    Published: Sat, Mar 15, 2014

    BOULDER - Imagine a girls' basketball team with a perfect record, a team blessed with a fast, athletic 6-foot-4 center, a team that won 16 games by more than 20 points, a team jammed with young women hungry to rule the state. And now imagine that same team as the underdog in the state...

  • RAMSEY: CSCS needs focus for next year

    Updated: Fri, Mar 14, 2014

    Meet the team that should be the favorite to win the Colorado 2015 3A boys basketball title: The Colorado Springs Christian School Lions. Yes, I realize CSCS lost to Holy Family, 59-51, in Friday's 3A state semis at Clune Arena. But this is a remarkably gifted team, at least by...

  • Ramsey: True competition awaiting CSCS in semifinals

    Published: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    Early in the second quarter at Air Force's Clune Arena, fans of the Colorado Springs Christian School boys' basketball team endured a shock. Their favorite team only led by 8 points in the Class 3A state quarterfinals against Denver Science & Tech. "I was a little worried there,"...

  • Ramsey: If Tre' Coggins returns, he could lift Air Force basketball

    Updated: Tue, Mar 11, 2014

    Good times should be just around the bend for Air Force's men's basketball team, but there's one massive question hanging over the program. Is talented sophomore point guard Tre' Coggins returning to the Falcons next season? He's scored 20 or more points eight times this season. He's...

  • Ramsey: Derrick White has UCCS men's basketball team on the rise

    Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    DENVER - Derrick White shrugged as he thought back to his flight pattern. "I have no idea how high I was," White said. Let me tell you, Derrick. You were astonishingly high. White soared to stupendous heights while carrying his Mountain Lions into the finals of the Rocky...

  • Is Champ Bailey the Broncos all-time greatest defensive player?

    Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    THE CHAMP   RICH “TOMBSTONE” JACKSON     I’m not going to attempt to answer the question. At least not right now. In my view, Bailey ranks right at the top alongside Randy Gradishar (1974-83), Louis Wright (1975-86) and Rich Jackson (1967-71). Gradishar...

  • Ramsey: The almosts, not so big deal, and stray dogs of Sochi

    Updated: Mon, Feb 24, 2014

    SOCHI, Russia - Winter never arrived for this Winter Olympics. The skies were clear. The temperatures soared to ridiculous, and wonderful, heights. The mountains glowed in the sunlight and intense moonlight. Sunshine seldom departed, and the terrorists never arrived. That's the...

  • Ramsey: As these Sochi Games end, a reminder of why we need them

    Updated: Mon, Feb 24, 2014

    SOCHI, Russia - In the late days of the 19th century, a wonderful idea turned into a wonderful reality. Athletes across the globe gathered every four years for a true world championship, and on a planet plagued with strife and bloodshed, these Games somehow remained peaceful. Julie...

  • Olympic bobsled medalist Curtis Tomasevicz wanted to be an Air Force Falcon

    Updated: Sun, Feb 23, 2014

    SOCHI, Russia - Curtis Tomasevicz, Olympic bronze and gold medalist in the bobsled, came extremely close to becoming an Air Force football player. He wanted to play for Fisher DeBerry, and there was no doubt DeBerry wanted Tomasevicz to wear an Air Force uniform. It was all set....

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