It's Friday, and you've found the right place to follow all the region's football action on this, the fifth week of the season. Hard to believe.
Gazette Preps writers will provide more detailed coverage as they tweet from their respective games:
@GazettePreps as Brent Briggeman covers Pueblo East at Discovery Canyon at Academy District 20...
Adams City 19, Abraham Lincoln 8
Arickaree/Woodlin 59, Otis 18
Basalt 31, Grand Valley 14
Broomfield 20, Loveland 17, OT
Buena Vista 47, Centauri 24
Burlington 20, Limon 19
Caliche 46, Rangely 6
Canon City 49, Pueblo Central 8
Cedaredge 27, Center 6
Chaparral 36, Rock Canyon 26
Cherry Creek 41, Grand Terrace, Calif. 0...
If Discovery Canyon believes it has a real shot at grabbing the Class 3A state title this season, if last year's first-round drubbing at home in the playoffs really was just a fluke, then they'll need plenty more performances like senior running back Spencer Chambers had at District 20 Stadium on Friday.
Well, maybe just one half as good....
Last year's 1-9 record echoed loudly with the 2014-15 Widefield football seniors. The dozen or so of them decided maybe this year they should heed their coaches. Suddenly, the Gladiators are 3-0. Last year, Brent Cottrell had jumped back into the football fray as Widefield's coach, only to watch his Gladiators struggle to one lonely victory....
Cheyenne Mountain wins Discovery Canyon Thunder PPAC No. 4
At Flying Horse: For the second day in a row, Cheyenne Mountain's top two golfers - Wilson Belk and Cole Anderson - were firing on all cylinders.
The seniors followed up a one-two finish at the Class 4A Southern Regionals on Tuesday with another top-two finish at the...
Rarely does a huge matchup in the sports world live up to the hype. On Tuesday night, Cheyenne Mountain and Rampart volleyball exceeded expectations.
The Class 4A Indians held off the 5A Rams 25-22, 25-15, 23-25, 21-25, 15-13 in a five-set thriller between two elite teams.
Cheyenne Mountain (8-1) entered the match as the third-best team in...
Tuesday's highlights from regional golf tournaments around the state.
At Meadow Hills: Coronado and its No. 1 golfer, Isaac Petersilie, look to be contenders in Class 5A, too.
Petersilie, who won the 4A golf title last season, made an eagle on par-5 No. 16 and finished with a 1-under-par 69. The eagle not only...