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Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • Mesa Ridge boys' golf team fourth in Centennial Invitational led by co-medalist Braden Bentley

    Updated: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    PUEBLO - Over the past couple of seasons, athletes at Mesa Ridge have put their teams on the map with school-first feats, from a 4A girls' basketball state championship in March, a boys' hoops league title a few weeks earlier and also a 2012 run to the football semifinals. Boys' golf...

  • Hall of Fame induction brings Byron Walker back to ProRodeo headquarters

    Published: Sat, Aug 9, 2014

    Many years have passed, 35 to be exact, since Byron Walker visited and walked through the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, known as the Hall of Champions, way back in 1979. The legendary steer wrestler from Ennis, Texas, had a pretty good reason to finally come back to Colorado Springs and...

  • Boys golf preview: Changing times force some to find different practice sites

    Updated: Fri, Aug 8, 2014

    With a struggling economy and a morphing of the city's demographics, the end product can plainly be seen in the landscape of high school golf in Colorado Springs. Not that long ago, all Colorado Springs School District 11 schools had home bases at city-owned Patty Jewett Golf Course...

  • Boys' golf team-by-team capsules

    Updated: Fri, Aug 8, 2014

    5A Metro Coronado Coach: Martin Cornell Returning state qualifiers: Austin Burgess, jr.; Wes Moran, jr.; Isaac Petersilie, jr. Season outlook: Cornell, who golfed for Northern Colorado and formerly coached the Mitchell girls' program, inherits a team that moves back to the 5A...

  • Blog: Falcon baseball coach opts for college gig

    Published: Tue, Aug 5, 2014

    Don Thompson, who coached Falcon's baseball team the past two seasons, recently accepted the position of assistant baseball and junior varsity coach at Ecclesia College in Springdale, Ark. Thompson, whose Falcons had a 21-18 record, reached the 4A district tournament in 2013. "I'm...

  • Air Force football coach Troy Calhoun gives away lunches

    Updated: Fri, Aug 1, 2014

    Troy Calhoun never got a chance to eat lunch Thursday. A bunch of his friends did, though. Then he picked up the bill. The Air Force football coach stood so close to the Chick-fil-A at North Carefree Circle and Powers Boulevard that he certainly could smell the restaurant's chicken...

  • Inline speedskating finishes debut season with a little of everything

    Published: Sun, Jul 27, 2014

    As a kid on the Front Range, Adam Hudek couldn't get enough of inline speedskating. Then, he found mountain biking and snowboarding, taking his attention off his first love. On Sunday, the 33-year-old Denver mechanic continued his revival after 17 years away from the sport, winning...

  • Winning brother gives future edge to younger sibling in weightlifting

    Published: Sat, Jul 26, 2014

    With a gold medal draped around his neck, Deion Fraire had every reason to break open a wide grin Saturday following the Rocky Mountain State Games weightlifting competition at RedRocks CrossFit. Then he looked at his younger brother, 15-year-old Isaac, and beamed just a little bit...

  • National tournament sends billiards numbers spiraling at State Games

    Published: Fri, Jul 25, 2014

    When Frank Friedl and his mom Gayla Richardson embarked on their journey from Tulsa, Okla., to play billiards in the Rocky Mountain State Games, they had no idea who they'd meet in scotch doubles play at the Antique Billiards Museum. As it turned out, not many contestants were there...

  • Friends face off in grudge match at Pikes Peak Amateur

    Published: Thu, Jul 24, 2014

    The friendship between Paul Lyons and Evan Lawson goes back a long ways, probably to the first time they shook hands more than 15 years ago at Patty Jewett Golf Course. On Thursday, the pair continued its streak of playing at the Patty Jewett-hosted Pikes Peak Amateur - Lyons for a...