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Kevin Carmody

Prep Sports Reporter

  • Signing day: College-bound soccer players from Air Academy cherish prep memories

    Updated: Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Long before arriving at Air Academy, Gannon Gardner and John Sims had built a friendship on and off the soccer field, going back to middle school and with the Pride Soccer Club. But heading into his junior year, Gardner made the decision to leave the Kadets squad in favor of the U.S....

  • Signing day: OTC resident, Cheyenne Mountain student Anderson heads east for next chapter

    Updated: Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Born in Virginia but raised in Colorado, Brendan Anderson felt the pull to return to his East Coast roots following his pending graduation from Cheyenne Mountain next month. Luckily, Boston College was just what this athlete was looking for. Just not what most 17-year-olds are...

  • Girls' golf: Sullivan battles through illness to win Cougar Classic

    Updated: Wed, Apr 16, 2014

    Look out 4A girls' golf world. Kylee Sullivan almost feels like herself again. Almost. "I don't know if I'm quite 100 percent yet, but I'm definitely getting back," said Sullivan, who helped Cheyenne Mountain win the school's first 4A state team golf championship last May. "Getting...

  • Wrestling committee grapples over possible restructuring of classes

    Updated: Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    For the last few years, the rumblings have come from all corners of the state. On Thursday at the Colorado High School Activities Association Legislative Council meeting in Aurora, Mike Sullivan hopes to help high school wrestling become more balanced. With the upcoming two-year...

  • Monday's prep roundup: Liberty blanks Lewis-Palmer

    Published: Tue, Apr 15, 2014

    GIRLS' SOCCER Liberty 3, Lewis-Palmer 0 At District 20 Stadium: Taryn LaBree broke a scoreless tie late in the first half and later added an assist to lead Pikes Peak No. 2 Liberty (9-3) to its sixth straight victory. "We're starting to play the right way, and we're putting together...

  • Boys' basketball 5A/4A coach of the year: Barry Clark, Air Academy

    Updated: Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    At times this season, all Barry Clark could do was sit back and watch his Air Academy boys' basketball team methodically roll over its opponents. It just didn't happen overnight, though. With just 11 victories combined in his first three seasons at the helm, Clark's program took...

  • The Gazette 5A/4A Boys' Basketball Peak Performer of the Year: Ghassan Nehme, Cheyenne Mountain

    Updated: Sat, Apr 12, 2014

    Sure, Ghassan Nehme will remember the true highlights of his senior season at Cheyenne Mountain. Let's see, for starters there was a last-second jumper to beat Doherty and a 43-point effort against Lewis-Palmer in which the 6-foot-2 guard hit eight 3-pointers. And who will forget a...

  • Doherty fills football, wrestling vacancies with continuity in mind

    Updated: Fri, Apr 11, 2014

    Two new eras started Friday at Doherty with a similar theme: if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Former offensive coordinator Jeff Krumlauf became the Spartans' new football coach, while alumnus Josh Galvan took over the school's improving wrestling program. Before the 2012 season,...

  • 5A/4A coach of the year: Jeff Beatty, Mesa Ridge

    Published: Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    Three years ago, Jeff Beatty was an assistant coach when the Mesa Ridge girls' basketball team made school history, reaching the Class 4A semifinals for the first time before falling to Longmont. As a new head coach heading into the 2011-12 season, Beatty had a rebuilding job ahead of...

  • Girls' golf: McKenna tames wind to win Terror Invitational for third varsity victory

    Updated: Thu, Apr 10, 2014

    It'll take a little more than gusty winds to throw Air Academy golfer Kelsey McKenna off her game. "She's smart, and that helps a lot in golf," Air Academy 10th-year coach Judy Bogard said. "She thinks everything through, and she knows all the tricks and how to handle about anything....

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