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Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • Rampart rebuilds more than just a tennis team by renovating home courts

    Updated: Wed, Mar 19, 2014

    At some point, any team, no matter the sport, will be faced with a rebuilding project. Rampart has taken that to a new level. And no, it has nothing to do with the fact that the girls' tennis team returned only three letter-winners. We're talking rebuilding in its truest,...

  • Boys' swimming: Coronado defeats Rampart in dual

    Published: Tue, Mar 18, 2014

    Mid-March doesn't typically produce personal-best swimming times. For Rampart's Andrew Weiss, however, the time was right to break through in a big way Tuesday in an early-season home dual meet Tuesday against Coronado. His time of 1 minute, 1.11 seconds not only took the top spot...

  • Girls' golf: Clutch putting, maybe a little Irish luck, help McKenna secure Spartan victory

    Published: Mon, Mar 17, 2014

    With perhaps a little luck of the Irish - she wore a pin that bragged her heritage - Kelsey McKenna gladly took a bogey on the final hole after gusty winds and blowing dust took over the 16th annual Doherty Spartan Invitational on St. Patrick's Day at Valley Hi Golf Course. The Air...

  • Purple reign: Mesa Ridge beats perennial power Broomfield for 4A championship

    Updated: Sun, Mar 16, 2014

    BOULDER • Mesa Ridge wanted to prove that old adage true, that defense does win championships. Even against a prolific Broomfield team that led Class 4A in scoring and had yet to be challenged this season. Defense, you win again. Kylee Shook scored 14 points, Sami Rudd added 11,...

  • Boys' basketball: 'Complacent' Sand Creek unravels after fast start

    Updated: Fri, Mar 14, 2014

    BOULDER - The points came quickly and with relative ease, or so it looked for Sand Creek early on in its 4A boys' semifinal game against Pueblo East. In hindsight, that fast start might have doomed the Scorpions, who lost most of their offensive touch after the first quarter and fell...

  • Boys' basketball: Cheyenne Mountain falls short in another topsy-turvy playoff game

    Published: Fri, Mar 14, 2014

    BOULDER - Twice in a span of six days, Cheyenne Mountain found itself in a roller coaster of a playoff game with the entire season riding on each and every possession. This time, the Indians couldn't pull it out. "That's basketball," Cheyenne Mountain forward Reece Eddy said. Tyron...

  • Boys' basketball: CSCS dominates Denver Science & Tech to get rematch with Holy Family

    Updated: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    Chris Hildenbrand still remembers the pleasure, and the pain, created from his freshman season. It was 2011-12, and his Colorado Springs Christian School Lions steamrolled into the 3A state quarterfinal round with a perfect 24-0 record. Then it all came crashing down in a 20-point...

  • Girls' basketball: Experienced Peyton buckles down on free throws to advance to semifinals

    Published: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    PUEBLO - When the outside shots stopped falling for Peyton, the Panthers relied on another of their strengths, albeit far less glamorous than knocking down 3-pointers: shooting free throws. "Free throws win games," said Peyton senior Vaden Holmes, whose team nailed 17 of 20 shots from...

  • PREP NOTEBOOK: Gieck leaves Manitou football after history-making season

    Updated: Wed, Mar 12, 2014

    Gieck leaves Manitou football after history-making season Danny Gieck isn't leaving Manitou Springs, but he is stepping away from his post as football coach after two seasons. Gieck, a Manitou Springs alumnus, works full time as the district's director of buildings and grounds and...

  • Capsules of girls' basketball state openers

    Updated: Wed, Mar 12, 2014

    Team-by-team look at Colorado Springs-area teams in the girls' basketball state tournament.

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