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Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • Boys' track and field: Mesa Ridge athletes have a knack for jumping

    Published: Fri, Apr 4, 2014

    Just a few weeks ago, Mesa Ridge junior Kahlil James recorded his first victory when he leaped to the long-jump title at the Centennial Invite at Pueblo's Dutch Clark Stadium. Then on Friday, at the Sand Creek Scorpion Invitational at Vista Ridge, another Grizzlies jumper, senior...

  • Girls' track and field: Sand Creek's Harris resets high-jump mark in three-win Friday

    Published: Fri, Apr 4, 2014

    About an hour after watching Sand Creek senior Rebecca Harris win her third event at Friday's Scorpion Invitational at Vista Ridge, coach Bobby Tillman still could muster few words. "Holy crap," the sixth-year Sand Creek coach said. Not only did Harris win the 100 hurdles, but the...

  • Preps notebook: Top 3A, 2A players move to UCCS for all-star game

    Updated: Wed, Apr 2, 2014

    After filling the gym at St. Mary's last year, the annual 3A-2A Southern Colorado All-Star Classic has changed its venue, tipping off at the Gallogly Events Center at UCCS on April 11. All-stars from the 2A Black Forest League will meet opposing players from the 3A Tri-Peaks League....

  • Girls' tennis: Experience, patience pays off for Doherty

    Published: Wed, Apr 2, 2014

    With 17 years of experience as Doherty girls' tennis coach, Cheri Rogers has more experience in that department than her top singles player, Kylie Simons, has in life. Rogers used that knowledge to give her junior a couple of pointers, and Simons eventually rolled to a 6-4, 6-0...

  • Girls' basketball: Wingett makes decision to step away from coaching basketball, for now

    Updated: Wed, Apr 2, 2014

    For nearly half of his life, Bob Wingett has held the title of high school basketball head coach. He called the shots, pleaded with the officials, corrected mistakes and taught the game. And when he sat down, he occupied the first chair on the bench, the one closest to the action....

  • Baseball: Weems survives rocky start to help Palmer Ridge clip Cheyenne Mountain

    Published: Tue, Apr 1, 2014

    MONUMENT - Once Jake Weems finally got warmed up, the Palmer Ridge pitcher dominated Cheyenne Mountain on Tuesday. It just took him a little while to reach that point. The senior right-hander retired 13 of his final 15 batters after a shaky start, and Carter Thorne triggered a...

  • Versatile Mesa Ridge rallies past Scorpions to win Creek Classic

    Updated: Sat, Mar 29, 2014

    A fatigued pitching staff and untimely injury may have just produced Mesa Ridge's next frontline starting pitcher. Hunter Lee moved from his regular position of catcher and allowed only one earned run and two hits over 51/3 innings, and the Grizzlies broke the game open with a...

  • The Gazette's Wrestling Coach of the Year: Ron Sukle, Discovery Canyon

    Published: Sat, Mar 29, 2014

    Not many can match the credentials recorded by Discovery Canyon wrestling coach Ron Sukle in just seven seasons since the northeastern Colorado Springs school opened its doors. Through it all, however, he's quick to deflect any personal success to the ones actually on the mat. "As...

  • The Gazette Upper Weights Wrestler of the Year: Justin Petrash, Air Academy

    Published: Sat, Mar 29, 2014

    Justin Petrash didn't enjoy his final fall season at Air Academy. He made up for it during the winter sports season. "Football didn't go as successfully as I wanted," said Petrash, a lineman whose Kadets squad struggled in a winless football campaign. "I sprained both ankles after...

  • Postcards from spring break: Widefield brakes for amusement park

    Published: Fri, Mar 28, 2014

    After absorbing a 10-3 loss to Thunderbird (Ariz.) on the final day of the Greenway Festival in suburban Phoenix, Widefield's players found a way to unwind at a local amusement park. For longtime coach John Sanchez, however, he was busy making sure everything would be ready for the...

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