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Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • The Gazette girls' soccer coach of the year: Blake Galvin, The Classical Academy

    Updated: Tue, Jun 3, 2014

    In all likelihood, a 1-5 start isn't the recipe for a memorable season. Then Blake Galvin helped turn things around for The Classical Academy girls' soccer team, witnessing a run that saw the Titans play in the Class 3A championship game for the fourth straight season. "There was a...

  • The Gazette Girls' Soccer Peak Performer of the Year: Christina Tafoya, Sand Creek

    Updated: Tue, Jun 3, 2014

    Heading into her senior season, a deep, unprecedented run into the Class 4A girls' soccer playoffs was the last thing on the mind of Sand Creek midfielder Christina Tafoya. Winning the program's first postseason game in school history would have been good enough. Instead, the...

  • The Gazette girls' lacrosse coach of the year: Don Bryant, Palmer Ridge

    Updated: Sat, May 31, 2014

    Even though Don Bryant's tenure at Palmer Ridge has lasted only two seasons, his nine-season involvement with Monument's lacrosse youth program speaks volumes to the Bears' recent success. "We've been trying to develop a youth program if the high school team was going to reach an...

  • The Gazette Girls' Lacrosse Peak Performer of the Year: Natalie Berg, Air Academy

    Updated: Sat, May 31, 2014

    Helping Air Academy win the girls' lacrosse state championship wasn't Natalie Berg's only mission. When she boards a plane bound for the Dominican Republic on June 12, the recent graduate's hard work will impact much more than her teammates on the field. But that's just who she is....

  • Boys' Swimming Peak Performer of the Year: Hunter Bains, Lewis-Palmer

    Updated: Thu, May 29, 2014

    It wasn't until the end of his senior season until Hunter Bains finally realized his potential in the sprinting events. Just in time. Bains, who pretty much did everything - except dive - in a sparkling four-year career at Lewis-Palmer, ended his prep days with a second-place...

  • Boys' swimming coach of the year: Alan Arata, Lewis-Palmer

    Published: Thu, May 29, 2014

    Alan Arata searched for the right word when recalling the recently completed boys' swimming season. "It was a surprising year," said Arata, who just completed his 10th year with the Lewis-Palmer boys' program, dating back to the maiden voyage. "We didn't know how we'd replace the loss...

  • Recent Mitchell graduate John Lieberman ends miserable baseball season in style

    Updated: Tue, May 27, 2014

    In a few hours at the ballpark Monday at the 53rd annual Southern Colorado High School All-Star Games, an entire season's worth of frustration left the body of recent Mitchell graduate John Lieberman. That's because he got one last chance to play a game that gave him four years of...

  • Girls' Tennis Peak Performer of the Year: Kalyssa Hall, Cheyenne Mountain

    Updated: Sun, May 25, 2014

    The gradual maturation of Kalyssa Hall didn't happen right at first, but when the Cheyenne Mountain sophomore found herself in a slugfest in the Class 4A state final, she resisted what she knew and found another gear. She realized that a little finesse would make her game of power...

  • Prep notes: Security Service Field hosts area high school baseball games

    Published: Sat, May 24, 2014

    For the third straight year, area high school baseball standouts will finish their seasons at the Southern Colorado High School All-Star Games at Security Service Field. The 53rd edition of the game takes place Monday. The junior all-star game is scheduled to start the day of...

  • Kadets, without leader at the end, hang on to beat Cherry Creek, win lacrosse title

    Updated: Thu, May 22, 2014

    DENVER - For the last 33 seconds of Wednesday's state championship girls' lacrosse contest, Natalie Berg found herself in an unfamiliar position. Injured after her left knee gave out on her during a sprint down the left sideline, Air Academy's leading scorer watched in confidence -...

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