Longtime Lewis-Palmer football coach Ramunno steps down

Sports Thu, Jul 24, 2014 - 8:47 PM

Tony Ramunno was excited for this fall. Extremely excited. Ramunno envisioned a strong Lewis-Palmer football team coming in and was just four wins away from a coaching milestone of 150. But after a 25-year career as...

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