Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • Scott Dahlberg starts spring in style, defends 5K on St. Patrick's Day race title

    Updated: Sun, Mar 15, 2015

    He's way too busy, and just far enough away, to visit his old stomping grounds as much as he'd like, so Scott Dahlberg picks his spots carefully. And with spring break finally here, the Peyton native didn't just come back to sit around and relax. He had a race title to defend, too....

  • True team approach has trio of area teams in 4A boys' basketball semifinals

    Updated: Fri, Mar 13, 2015

    The last time Sierra and Lewis-Palmer brought teams to Boulder, each had a bona fide superstar. Quite simply, Wesley Gordon and Josh Scott could carry their respective teams if it came down to it. Three years later, both are back without such star power, but with the same result. And...

  • Girls' soccer team-by-team capsules

    Updated: Thu, Mar 12, 2015

    A team-by-team look at girls' soccer squads in the Pikes Peak region. 5A CSML Coronado Coach: Jenn Ury Key returners: MF Izzy Fogle, jr.; MF Dani Ward, sr.; MF/F Nicole Dornick, jr.; MF/GK Moriah Yeh, sr. Outlook: After the Cougars reached the 4A playoffs in 2014, a strong cast...

  • Family matters: Air Academy grad Brittany Hernandez brings edge to tournament-bound UCCS

    Updated: Wed, Mar 11, 2015

    Instinctively, Brittany Hernandez took exception when a player from New Mexico Highlands pushed one of her Colorado-Colorado Springs teammates Jan. 31. "I'm very protective of my teammates," said Hernandez, a 2012 Air Academy graduate who led the Kadets to the 4A state title during...

  • Falcons roll over AIC, advance to Atlantic Hockey quarters

    Updated: Sat, Mar 7, 2015

    Cole Gunner didn't get too sentimental while he and his fellow senior classmates took a victory lap Saturday after Air Force's final home game, an emphatic 10-3 win over American International to complete a two-game sweep in the first round of the Atlantic Hockey playoffs. He knows...

  • Fast start boosts Air Force to playoff-opening victory over AIC

    Updated: Sat, Mar 7, 2015

    Air Force couldn't have scripted it any better. The Falcons set the tempo early by scoring three goals in the first 12:47 and never let up, dominating American International, 6-1 Friday to take the opener of this Atlantic Hockey Association best-of-three playoff series. "I'm happy...

  • Success of CSU-Pueblo continues to lure area's best prep football players

    Updated: Thu, Feb 5, 2015

    Its proximity to the Colorado Springs area makes it an ideal choice to attend college. With the continued success of the football program at Colorado State-Pueblo, area athletes have an additional incentive when choosing where to spend the next phase of their lives. But it's not...

  • First love of soccer has Ally Watt headed to Texas A&M

    Updated: Wed, Feb 4, 2015

    Nearly three years ago, Ally Watt made quite the first impression when as a freshman she sprinted to 5A state titles in the 100- and 200-meter races. Three years from now, she'll hope to keep making headlines, albeit in a different arena. On Wednesday, the Pine Creek senior will...

  • Arenacross gives soldiers red-carpet treatment on Military Appreciation Night

    Updated: Sun, Jan 25, 2015

    Sporting events, as evidenced over time, can serve as the ultimate short-term distraction from life's troubles. For a handful of retired soldiers from the Army, Saturday's races at the Amsoil Arenacross tour stop at The Broadmoor World Arena proved therapeutic as they continue to...

  • Family's dirty past: Racer Travis Bannister carries on a long legacy

    Updated: Sat, Jan 24, 2015

    First, he was down. Then he was up. Then for his most important race, Travis Bannister's motorcycle gave out. Just another night on the 2015 AMSOIL Arenacross circuit, which on Friday made its debut at the Broadmoor World Arena for the first of two nights of racing. "When I come...