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

Sports: Gazette Preps : Other Yesterday

Look out 4A girls' golf world. Kylee Sullivan almost feels like herself again. Almost. ...

Blog: Coronado cuts hockey after council keeps sport at one classificaion

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When Coronado’s football team hit a rough patch, many wondered about the sport’s future at the west-side school. Fortunately, the program had a chance to play down a class to revive the near-moribund program. Last November, the Cougars won a state championship after four years of...

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  • Blog: Cheyenne Mountain dominant in challenging week of tennis

    The defending Class 4A girls’ tennis state champions showed they are ready for a run at another title. Despite losing several members and putting together a team with limited high school team experience, Cheyenne Mountain showed just how deep it is with an impressive week of competition.

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

    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. She's one of a kind; I've never had anyone like that...

  • Colorado high school hockey all-league honors

    Peak Conference Goalies: Joe Morgan, Mountain Vista (1st Team); Brandon Crisp, Pueblo County (2nd Team) Defense: Matt Adams, Mountain Vista (1st Team); Dimitri Smith, Lewis-Palmer (1st Team); Alex McAfee, Liberty (2nd Team); Chad Curd, Heritage (2nd Team) Forwards: Nick Rems, Bishop Machebeuf (1st Team); Ryan Daugherty, Mountain Vista...

  • The Gazette All-Area Hockey teams

    Check out the 2013-14 edition of The Gazette All-Area Hockey teams.

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

    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 victory Tuesday over Pine Creek sophomore Ally Bellas. "She...

  • Blog exclusive: Discovery Canyon boys' swimming ranked 2nd in Class 4A

    When asked, Discovery Canyon coach Terre Christensen said she is “conservatively optimistic” about her team’s Class 4A No. 2 ranking in the first edition of Rob Nasser’s boys’ swimming rankings. The Thunder coach expressed excitement about her team’s talent on Friday morning, but said the initial rankings are a bit skewed due to...

  • Postcards from spring break: Kadets girls' lacrosse enjoys SoCal coastline

    What's a trip to Southern California without multiple visits to the beach and stop at an In-N-Out Burger. After their toughest test on the field this season Monday (and 11-9 win), the Air Academy girls' lacrosse team was planning to spend all of Tuesday at a beach in Del Mar before coming back to Colorado on Wednesday. "It helps a lot with...

  • Boys' lacrosse: Young Palmer squad learns from late loss

    Palmer gave up three goals in the final 3:40, blew a two-goal lead with 4:39 to play, and missed a great opportunity to defeat last year's conference boys' lacrosse champs. But the Terrors were anything but downtrodden after the 9-8 come-from-ahead loss to Rock Canyon on Friday night at Garry Berry Stadium. The team that sports just four...

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

    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, blue-collar form. Grab a broom, pull some weeds, tear down warped...

  • Boys' swimming: Coronado defeats Rampart in dual

    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 in the 100-yard breaststroke during the Rams' 114-69 loss to...

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