Track and field: Fountain-Fort Carson's O'Quinn flashes speed by qualifying for 100, 200 in 1st try

Sports: Gazette Preps : Cross County/ Track & Field Published: Sat, Apr 19, 2014

Sitting on the infield in her orange-rimmed sunglasses, with her head nestled against her propped-up knees, Rajon O'Quinn certainly wasn't giving off the impression that she had just pulled off one of the best performances in the recent memory of the Fountain-Fort Carson track program. "It's...

Girls' tennis: While Doherty dominates homecourt tournament, Mitchell senior has big day

Sports: Gazette Preps : Other Published: Fri, Apr 18, 2014

In her only year at a new school, Hannah Dailey finally put it all together in the same day against her District 11 rivals. Fueled by an early-morning 6-2, 6-4 victory against Doherty's Natalie Becar, Dailey parlayed that into a career day at the District 11 tournament Friday at Doherty. She...

Indians hang with state's best

Sports: Gazette Preps : Other Updated: 21 hr ago

Buried into her cellphone, Cheyenne Mountain junior Kylee Sullivan stood in her own world after Friday's round at the Eisenhower Golf Club. There was no secret as to why. Prom night at Cheyenne Mountain High School is...

Friday's prep roundup: Pine Creek tops defending champs in double overtime

Sports Updated: 21 hr ago

Highlights from Friday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

This week's prep rankings (Apr. 14-19)

Sports Published: Tue, Apr 15, 2014

This week's Gazette Preps high school sports rankings

Prep schedule for week of April 14-19

Sports Published: Sun, Apr 13, 2014

The Pikes Peak region high school sports schedule for the upcoming week.

Signing day list

Sports Published: Wed, Apr 16, 2014

Wednesday was a national signing day, as student-athletes around the country signed national...

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  • Quick start, quick pitching paces Grizzlies to title

    Coronado committed mistakes and Mesa Ridge capitalized. Because of it - and combined with Woodland Park's loss to Mitchell - the Grizzlies claimed the 4A Colorado Springs Metro League title outright. Jake Grotelueschen routinely hit the upper-80s with his fastball, struck out 10 and scattered four hits in a complete-game effort to lead Mesa...

  • Thursday's high school box scores

    Box scores from Thursday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

  • Thursday's prep roundup: Coronado cruises day before D-II invite

    Highlights from Thursday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

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

    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 reorganization in Class 3A. The Cougars, winless in 19...

  • Basketball playoffs reduce to 32 in 4A; wrestling to get more balance

    AURORA - Qualifying for the 4A basketball playoffs got a lot harder Thursday. Then again, it's what the vast majority of coaches and administrators at that level wanted anyway. "That speaks to volume about the survey we sent to coaches before last season," Harrison athletic director Dave Hogan said. "The committee puts in a lot of work, and...

  • Wednesday's high school box scores

    Box scores from Wednesday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

  • Wednesday's prep roundup: Loof nets four goals for St. Mary's

    Highlights from Wednesday's high school sports scene around the Pikes Peak region.

  • Signing Day notes: Western State pins down Supernaw

    Western State pins down Supernaw Doherty wrestler Brandon Supernaw may have reached the state wrestling finals for the first and only time as a senior. But Western State, the reigning RMAC champs, wanted him long before that. As early as his sophomore season, Supernaw was on the Mountaineers' radar. "I don't think I ever had the intention...

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

    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. Soccer Developmental Academy, which had shifted its season...

  • Signing day: Palmer's Horning pushes past broken leg to earn lacrosse scholarship

    This wasn't the signing day Palmer senior Sam Horning had always dreamed about growing up. Then, it wasn't a day he thought would ever come. Two years removed from shattering his leg, and not even a year since major-shoulder surgery, two-sport athlete Horning continued on a much different journey than he'd ever envisioned and signed to play...